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2005 Cape Cod League: Top 30 Prospects

By Jim Callis
August 17, 2005


For Subscribers: Top 30 Prospects With Scouting Reports
Top 10 Prospects for 16 additional Summer Leagues
2005 Summer Player of the Year: Andrew Miller
2005 Summer All-Americans

Cape Cod League opponents saw more than enough of Andrew Miller in 2004, but at least then they had a fighting chance. Miller was dominant but not efficient, and earned just two decisions (both wins) in seven starts.

Miller opted to return to Chatham rather than pitch for Team USA this summer, and his performance established him as the early favorite to go No. 1 overall in the 2005 draft. The big lefthander won six of his seven starts with three times as many strikeouts (66 in 49 innings) as hits allowed (22). The league's co-pitcher of the year, he headlines our Cape Top 30 Prospects list for the second straight summer.

"He's the Randy Johnson of the Cape League," Yarmouth-Dennis manager Scott Pickler said. "There's a fear of facing Andrew Miller among the kids. There's no one else like that in the league."

The complete Top 30:

1. Andrew Miller, lhp, Chatham (North Carolina)
2. Daniel Bard, rhp, Wareham (North Carolina)
3. Evan Longoria, inf, Chatham (Long Beach State)
4. Chris Errecart, 1b/of, Yarmouth-Dennis (California)
5. Brandon Morrow, rhp, Yarmouth-Dennis (California)
6. Brad Lincoln, rhp/dh, Bourne (Houston)
7. Dallas Buck, rhp, Falmouth (Oregon State)
8. Greg Reynolds, rhp, Bourne (Stanford)
9. Brad Meyers, rhp, Orleans (Loyola Marymount)
10. Mark Hamilton, 1b, Falmouth (Tulane)
11. Justin Masterson, rhp, Wareham (San Diego State)
12. Chris Coghlan, 3b, Chatham (Mississippi)
13. Eric Berger, lhp, Yarmouth-Dennis (Arizona)
14. Brant Rustich, rhp, Orleans (UCLA)
15. Tim Lincecum, rhp, Harwich (Washington)
16. Brett Sinkbeil, rhp, Falmouth (Southwest Missouri State)
17. Matt Antonelli, 3b, Falmouth (Wake Forest)
18. Jared Hughes, rhp, Chatham (Long Beach State)
19. Todd Frazier, ss/3b, Chatham (Rutgers)
20. Tim Gustafson, rhp, Yarmouth-Dennis (Georgia Tech)
21. Brooks Brown, rhp, Chatham (Georgia)
22. Derrick Lutz, rhp, Chatham (George Washington)
23. Colin Curtis, of, Orleans (Arizona State)
24. Scott Sizemore, 3b, Harwich (Virginia Commonwealth)
25. Jason Donald, ss, Cotuit (Arizona)
26. George Kontos, rhp, Harwich (Northwestern)
27. Aaron Bates, 1b/c, Brewster (North Carolina State)
28. Pat Bresnehan, rhp, Harwich (Arizona State)
29. Tim Norton, rhp, Falmouth (Connecticut)
30. Emmanuel Burriss, inf, Orleans (Kent State)

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