Cape Prospects: Top 40 Pitchers Prospects
The Cape Cod League season is now complete with the Wareham Gateman taking home the hardware. As the players head back to school for classes and fall baseball workouts, we begin our rankings of the top prospects eligible for the 2019 MLB Draft.
Rankings are based both on what we saw in the Cape this summer and how the pitchers have performed in previous spring and summer seasons. Our rankings don’t consider several areas that professional organizations spend a great deal of time and resources gathering; signability, personality/psychology results, medical information, to name just a few.
Without further ado, here’s our initial ranking of the top 2019 draft eligible pitchers who appeared in the Cape this summer.
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