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Anfernee Seymour       Lucius Fox Jr      Jasrado Chisholm Chavez Young     Shard Munroe Todd Isaacs Jr   Chavez Fernander      
D’Shawn Knowles Tahnaj Thomas Trent Deveaux  Kristian Robinson  Davonn Mackey Keithron Moss   D’Vaughn Knowles                
The Marlins System       The Rays System             The D.Backs System      The Blue Jays System The Reds System  The Rockies System The Tigers System     
The Angels System The Pirates System The Angels System The D.Backs System  The Athletics System The Rangers System The Yankees System
Orveo Saint  Warren Saunders James Rolle  Zion Bannister Dax Stubbs Everett Cooper Ian Lewis
The Brewers System The Mets System The Orioles System The Rangers System The Orioles System The Astros System The Marlins System
Tevin Simmonette                     Cole Dubet                             Allbry Major                        Ellison Hanna                         Bertrum Murray Jr
             Senior Year                               Senior Year                               Sophomore Year                          Junior Year                           Freshman Year Year
Lipscombe Univerisity            Saint Louis University                   Xavier University            Indiana State University           Florida Atlantic University
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Bahamas 2019 Top Baseball Prospects Watch
Kristian Robinson
Jasrado Chisholm
Lucius Fox Jr
D’Shawm Knowles
Tahnaj Thomas
Chavez Young
Marlins #4 Top Prospect
D-Backs #2 Top Prospect
Rays #20 Top Prospect
The Angels #8 Top Prospect
The Angels #11 Top Prospect
The Pirates #18 Top Prospect
The Blue Jays #22 Top Prospect
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Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Outfielder Anfernee Seymour
Miami Marlins Double-A player Anfernee Seymour hoping to collect his 500 career hits. Seymour an outfielder with Double-A Jacksonville Jumbo Shirmps of the Southern League is in his six season in the minor leagues of Baseball. Seymour a 7th round draft pick for the Marlins in the 2014 MLB draft as a short stop was a top prospect for the Marlins until he was traded to the Braves in 2017 where he continued his steady play in his pursuit of the major leagues of baseball. Anfernee Seymour played one season in the Braves system before getting release in 2018 where he was resigned by the Marlins and is on the door steps of 500 career hits. Today Anfernee Seymour is the longest standing minor league player from the Bahamas. We are looking forward to celebrating career hits number 500 with Anfernee Seymour this year. Come celebrate with us.
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Bristol Pirates Pitcher Tahnaj Thomas
The Pirates #18 top prospect is Tahnaj Thomas. The 6’4” 190 lbs 20 years old Thomas is in his first year in the Pirates farm system after getting traded from the Cleveland Indians. Thomas a infielder growing up in the Bahamas was mostly a short stop in the Freedom Farm Baseball League. After growing to over six foot and a few relief outing, someone had an idea that he should work on his pitching and this saw the Indians taking a bold step to signing him as a free agent pitcher on December 5th 2016. On December 20th he was assigned to the AZL Indians. Then on June 2nd Tahnaj was sent the Dominican Summer League to start his pitching career, he started in 3 games in the DSL where he was 0 and 2. On June 24th he returned to the Arizona Summer League and started in 10 games finishing with a 0 and 3 record. And an 0 and 5 win/lost record in his rookie 2017 season an era. of 5.63. 2018 0 wins and 0 loses, with a 4,58 in eight game, six as a starter. On November 15th 2018, the Indians traded Tahnaj Thomas to the Pirates, and on June 17th 2019 he was sent the Bristol Pirates of the rookie Appalachian League. Tahnaj is still looking for his first career minor league win after coming close a few times. He continues to pitch well, with 51 Ks in 37.1 innings and 3.62 earn run average.
Pirates #18 top prospect is Tahnaj Thomas.
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