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Jimmy Nelson
Jimmy Nelson
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I am now working on the Toronto Blue Jays Top 20 Prospects list for 2015. The next team in line is the Milwaukee Brewers, to be followed by the Seattle Mariners, Washington Nationals, Detroit Tigers, San Diego Padres, and the Boston Red Sox.

Use this threat to discuss the Milwaukee Brewers farm system. Possible topics for discussion include, but are certainly not limited to,

****The Brewers were 82-80 last year. Any chance that they can get to 90 wins and into the playoffs in 2015?

****In 162-game notation, Scooter Gennett has hit .300/.331/.449 with 33 doubles and 12 homers. Is this his peak, or can he add something else to an already solid base?

****Similar question for Wily Peralta: have we seen his best? Can he take a step forward into genuine ace status?

****Rookie Jimmy Nelson (who has too many innings to be on a 2015 list) had his ups and downs but has nothing left to prove in the minors. Can he repeat what Peralta has done?

****Prospect Clint Coulter: was the Midwest League breakout for real?

****As always, feel free to discuss sleepers, under-rate, and over-rated prospects.