The World Series has yet to be played, but the off season is already upon us. And when you think of the off season, what is it that you think about? Trades? Rosterbation? Free Agents?
Yeah, that too, but I was thinking about the Community Prospect List!
This year, the Community Prospect List aims to kick off in full swing in November, but before then, we need to figure out our list of contenders. Who was the most deserving prospect in the system, and who performed the best (least worst?), and so on and so forth.
So please, post the names of any and all prospects you feel qualify for the Community Prospect List's voting this year, and after the tally, we'll start it up.
Rules for Qualification are as per usual: The prospective player must qualify as a Rookie in 2012, as defined by MLB's ROY voting qualifications, minus the MLB service time requirement, as that is too difficult to track at a glance. The current qualification cut off is under 130 at bats or 50 innings.
Other Measures that need to be taken are to decide what format we will go with this year.
So please, in between listing the prospects you feel most worthy to be included, add the following commentary:
- How long should each round of voting be? Ex. 1 Day? 2 Days? 3 Days?
- How many players should be on each ballot? Ex. 3? 5? 10?
- Should there be a position prospect to pitching prospect ratio per vote?
- Should we hold three different votes, such as is done on minorleagueball.com, and hold a Position Player List, Pitching Prospect List, and Combined List vote? (see Sickle's website for examples).