12. (10th, #287) Cole Anderson, OF, Rocky Mountain High School, Colorado
Anderson voluntarily retired after the 2018 season following four straight years of declining numbers. He went from slashing .248/.313/.430 mark as an 18-year-old in Rookie ball to a .193/.244/.345 mark as a 21-year-old at A- Boise before calling it a career.
13. (11th, #317) Michael Zimmerman, LHP, Gulf Coast High School, Florida
After a rough 2016 at A- Boise, Zimmerman was demoted to Rookie league Grand Junction for 2017. After pitching only 2.1 innings Zimmerman was officially unassigned, where he technically remains, though he hasn’t pitched in a game since.
14. (12th, #347) Justin Lawrence, RHP, Daytona Beach Community College
Lawrence has battled his way through the minor leagues through both ups (1.65 ERA at level A Asheville in 2017) and downs (7.18 ERA at Asheville in 2016). The righty reliever had a stellar 2018 at A+ Lancaster, striking out 62 batters in 54.1 innings with a 2.98 ERA which, coupled with a solid Arizona Fall League showing, pushed him all the way up to AAA Albuquerque for 2019. Though he’s struggled at that level so far in 2019, he is still ranked as the Rox #12 prospect on MLB.com.
15. (13th, #377) Mylz Jones, OF/IF, California State University Bakersfield
Drafted out of college as a shortstop/third baseman, Jones has mostly transitioned to the outfield these days. Jones has worked his way up through the minor league ladder where he’s spent 2019 bouncing between AA and AAA, where he was playing as of the publication of this article. Jones slashed .250/.275/.386 in AA Hartford last year, however he’s regressed to start 2019, compiling a .188/.212/.281 across the two levels.