Twinkie Town 2011 Top 50...Prospect #29!

Collecting 32 of the 158 votes (20%), Pat Dean is the Twenty-Eighth ranked prospect for 2011. Rob Delaney, Brian Dozier and Nikko Goodrum were all grouped within two votes of each other in a battle for second.

All of the players in this round collected more than two percent of the vote, meaning there will be only one addition to the next round. That addition is a pitcher drafted out of the University of Kentucky in the sixth round of the 2010 draft, Logan Darnell. Darnell is a lefty who had similar results at Elizabethton when compared with Pat Dean who was selected in yesterday's round. Darnell had a 2-3 record in eleven games (34.2 innings) with a 2.08 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, 32 strikeouts and 6 walks.

Please continue letting us know who you voted for and why. Also, let me know who you would like to see added to future rounds. It is unclear to me whether or not Jim Hoey (he has 34.1 innings in the major leagues, however, there is another requirement based on days a player is on a major league roster and it is unclear to me how many days he was on the Orioles roster) still has rookie status and would be eligible for ranking as a prospect. Please let me know in the comments whether or not you think Hoey should be included. If the majority of you do, he will be the next pitcher added.

Voting for this round will remain open through 3pm, Thursday, January 13th.

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