The 2022 Pitcher List Prospect Tournament: The Championship

A champion will be crowned...

It’s time…Only two prospects remain to battle for the title of Pitcher List’s Prospect Tournament Champion!

*NOTE: 2021 stats won’t be included with matchups moving forward, it seems a bit redundant.

You can also view the entire updated tournament bracket here and the introduction of the tournament here.


 The Championship


(1) OF Julio Rodríguez, SEA (Trout Regional Champion)

(2) SS Bobby Witt Jr., KCR (Rodriguez Regional Champion)

(1) OF Julio Rodríguez vs. (2) SS Bobby Witt Jr.


In one of our tightest matchups (81 -71), the 1st annual Pitcher List Prospect Tournament Champion is…


OF Julio Rodríguez, SEA

PEORIA, AZ – MARCH 22: Seattle Mariners center fielder Julio Rodriguez (44) waits for the pitch during a Spring Training Baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and Seattle Mariners on March 22, 2022, at Peoria Stadium in Peoria, AZ. (Photo by Brandon Sloter/Icon Sportswire)


Every now and then, there’s simply a juggernaut that can’t be beat. That’s essentially what JRod was in this tournament. While I obviously don’t think you can go wrong getting BWJ on your team in dynasty leagues (or redrafts for that matter), Rodriguez seems to have the star power that propels certain players throughout their career. I think everyone that’s not a fan of any other AL West teams were glad to see the Mariners make the right move by starting Rodriguez in the Opening Day roster.


With that being said, I hope you all enjoyed this year’s tournament. We’ll see you next year with another field of 68. Who knows who will follow Rodriguez’s footsteps in being crowned champion?

Featured Image by Jacob Roy (@jmrgraphics3 on IG)

LaMar Gibson

A lifelong Baltimore Orioles fan that still hasn't forgiven Jeffrey Maier, Tony Fernandez, the 2014 Royals, or Edwin Encarnacion...and has no interest in doing so in the foreseeable future. You can read more of LaMar's thoughts by subscribing to his free monthly newsletter, Inside Fastball, for all things prospects.

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