Thursday, December 18, 2014

Brown fourth on Baseball America's prospect list

Baseball America released its latest version of its Top 100 prospects and the Phillies' Domonic Brown ranked fourth on the list.

Brown fourth on Baseball America's prospect list

Domonic Brown was ranked fourth in Baseball America´s top 100 prospects. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
Domonic Brown was ranked fourth in Baseball America's top 100 prospects. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

Baseball America released its latest version of its Top 100 prospects and the Phillies' Domonic Brown ranked fourth on the list.

Given that Brown could end up being the Phillies' opening-day right fielder, this could be his final time on any prospect list.

Baseball America had ranked Brown as its top prospect last summer, but that title now belongs to Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals' 18-year-old catcher who was the first overall pick in last year's draft.

Mike Trout, an outfielder out of Millville High School in South Jersey, is ranked second behind Harper. Trout, 19, is in the Los Angeles Angels' farm system.


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