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Vote Now for Your 2017 Cardinals Top Prospects

With the close of the regular minor league season, it is once again time for national lists of top St. Louis Cardinals prospects to start appearing across the web. Have you ever looked at them and thought, “I could do better than that!”?

Now is your chance to act.

Reyes-Weaver-200_9015The Cardinal Nation message board community has begun its 11th-annual selection process of the top prospects in the Cardinals minor league system as voted upon by you, the fans.

The process is easy and anyone can participate. Follow the discussion on a special thread in The Cardinal Nation’s free message board. It begins with a community vote for prospect number one. Just make a post specifying your choice. After about 36 hours of voting, the player with the simple majority of votes cast will be proclaimed the winner. Balloting for prospect number two follows and so on.

In addition to having been the first Cardinals prospect list of its kind, the community voting will again be included in the blended tabulation of the official The Cardinal Nation Top 40 Prospect List for 2017. Its annual rollout will begin shortly after Thanksgiving.

The past 11 years’ top prospect lists can be viewed via links located off The Cardinal Nation’s home page. Underneath the site logo, click on “PROSPECTS”, then “The Cardinal Nation Rankings”.

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Brian Walton runs The Cardinal Nation and The Cardinal Nation Blog, covering the St. Louis Cardinals and minor league system.
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3 Responses to “Vote Now for Your 2017 Cardinals Top Prospects”

  1. JumboShrimp says:

    Does anyone know why Mike would keep Mayers in a game long enough to idle six runs in one inning?

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