2019 Royals Farm Report top 71 prospects

Just wanted to give you all a place to view our top 75 (what really wound up being 78) Royals prospects all in one place. Based on the way our advertisements work, I’d of course appreciate it if you clicked on each article individually, but for the sake of simplicity, this should help. You can get all of the individual write ups using the links listed below. Thanks for reading!

 

  1. MJ Melendez
  2. Brady Singer
  3. Daniel Lynch
  4. Khalil Lee
  5. Nicky Lopez
  6. Jackson Kowar
  7. Seuly Matias
  8. Nick Pratto
  9. Michael Gigliotti
  10. Yefri Del Rosario
  11. Kyle Isbel
  12. Richard Lovelady
  13. Arnaldo Hernandez
  14. Austin Cox
  15. Carlos Hernandez
  16. Kris Bubic
  17. Gabriel Cancel
  18. Brewer Hicklen
  19. Josh Staumont
  20. Yohanse Morel
  21. Meibrys Viloria
  22. Blake Perkins
  23. Charlie Neuweiler
  24. Kelvin Gutierrez
  25. Scott Blewett
  26. Daniel Tillo
  27. Jeison Guzman
  28. Nick Heath
  29. Emmanuel Rivera
  30. Delvin Capellan
  31. Rudy Martin
  32. Kyle Zimmer
  33. Rylan Kaufman
  34. Samir Duenez
  35. Xavier Fernandez
  36. DJ Burt
  37. Ofreidy Gomez
  38. Trevor Oaks
  39. Sebastian Rivero
  40. Rubendy Jaquez
  41. Grant Gavin
  42. Juan Carlos Negret
  43. Andres Sotillet
  44. Jose Marquez
  45. Janser Lara
  46. Travis Jones
  47. Yunior Marte
  48. Jonathan Bowlan
  49. Jecksson Flores
  50. Humberto Arteaga
  51. Tyler Zuber
  52. Jackson Lueck
  53. Kort Peterson
  54. Conner Greene
  55. Evan Steele
  56. Gerson Garabito
  57. Erick Mejia
  58. Elier Hernandez
  59. Anderson Miller
  60. Walker Sheller
  61. Foster Griffin
  62. Frank Schwindel
  63. Bubba Starling
  64. Emilio Ogando
  65. David Hollie
  66. Gabe Speier
  67. Michael Emodi
  68. Nolan Watson
  69. Chase Vallot
  70. Holden Capps
  71. Marten Gasparini

*Italics denote MLB debut*

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6 thoughts on “2019 Royals Farm Report top 71 prospects

  1. Hard to say an omission when you go 78. But, Cal Jones is an interesting omission. He may not have Gasparini’s speed, but is younger and was a league average hitter at Lexington. Also, Jones looks like a good future case for David Hollie.

    I don’t see a ton of separation between Rivero and Melendez, but one is #1 and the other is #41.

    Have you heard any rumors that Pedro Fernandez will actually sign with the Royals? He was still a minor league free agent the last I looked.

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    • So, re: Pedro, I think he was still part of the org when we voted and then I just assumed he would re-sign. I have no idea what’s going on there.

      Nick Dini, Nate Eaton, Cal Jones, Manny Olloque, Eric Cole, all barely missed.

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