2013 Position Rankings: Left-Handed Pitchers

The 2013 class is actually pretty deep in lefties, but there’s no denying that the main attraction here is Indiana State southpaw Sean Manaea, who could end up going number one overall. There’s no doubt he’ll cost Houston less than Mark Appel would, and there are those out there who feel he’s a superior prospect. Joining Manaea atop the lefty list is another native Indianan, Trey Ball, whose two-way talent could have him ending up as an outfield prospect as well.

  1. Sean Manaea, Indiana State
  2. Trey Ball, New Castle HS (IN)
  3. Rob Kaminsky, St. Joseph’s Regional HS (NJ)
  4. Kevin Ziomek, Vanderbilt
  5. Marco Gonzales, Gonzaga
  6. Stephen Gonsalves, Cathedral Catholic HS (CA)
  7. Ian Clarkin, James Madison HS (CA)
  8. A.J. Puk, Washington HS (IA)
  9. Kent Emanuel, North Carolina
  10. Corey Litrell, Kentucky
  11. Dillon Overton, Oklahoma
  12. Chris Kohler, Los Osos HS (CA)
  13. Garrett Williams, Calvary Baptist HS (LA)
  14. Stephen Tarpley, Scottsdale CC
  15. Gabe Speier, Dos Pueblos HS (CA)
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