2019 Top 125 Prospect Rankings (Pre-Season)

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1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 20.06 3B
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2019 70 Moderate Generational offensive talent that will immediately impact a Major League lineup upon being called up.   Video/
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2 Fernando Tatis Jr. 20.03 SS
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2019 70 Moderate Toolset of a superstar at shortstop: producer of average and power with the glove to remain at a valuable position.   Video/
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3 Victor Robles 21.10 OF
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2017 70 Moderate Explosive five-tool player who can hit anywhere in the lineup while playing plus defense in center field.   Video/
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4 Royce Lewis 19.10 SS
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2020 70 Moderate Five-tool shortstop with top-of-the-order skill set, including double-plus speed and plus hit tool.  Video
5 Eloy Jimenez 22.04 OF
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2019 70 High Corner defender with premium power/hit-tool combination and an advanced approach at the plate.  Video
6 Forrest Whitley 21.06 RHP
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2019 70 High Deep arsenal of plus pitches with enough control/command to front a rotation.   Video/
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7 Nick Senzel 23.09 INF/OF
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2019 60 High Well-rounded player who can hit in the middle of a lineup and impact the game in numerous ways.   Video/
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8 Wander Franco 18.01 SS
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2021 70 Extreme Prodious offensive upside places him here, despite having yet to play in full-season ball and potentially moving off shortstop down the road.  Video/
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9 Jo Adell 19.11 OF
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2020 70 Extreme Explosive five-tool player with incredible athleticism; starting to answer questions about his bat-to-ball ability.  Video/
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10 Kyle Tucker 22.02 OF
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2019 60 High Plus offensive potential with advanced approach and defensive versatility in the outfield.   Video
11 Bo Bichette 21.01 SS
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2020 60 High Plus bat speed and advanced approach; high-ceiling offensive potential with some chance to remain at shortstop.   Video
12 Alex Kirilloff 21.04 OF
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2020 60 High Big left-handed power with advanced approach at the plate and the glove/arm to be an asset in RF.  Video
13 MacKenzie Gore 20.01 LHP
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2021 70 Extreme Incredible mix of stuff and pitchability for his age; potential front-of-the-rotation lefty.   Video/
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14 Ian Anderson 20.11 RHP
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2020 60 High Three above-average to plus pitches with improving command; very projectable, still has room to develop.  Video
15 Jesus Luzardo 21.06 LHP
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2019 60 High Sidelined to begin 2019 but still a top-flight pitching prospect; three plus pitches, upside of #2/#3 rotation piece.  Video/
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16 Carter Kieboom 21.07 SS
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2019 60 High Instinctual player with special makeup; chance to be an offensive producer at a center-diamond position.   Video/
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17 Cristian Pache 20.04 OF
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2020 60 High Gold Glove caliber defensive outfielder with high-upside power/speed toolset; must improve hit tool to unlock true five-tool ceiling.  Video/
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18 Taylor Trammell 21.06 OF
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2020 60 High Has impressed at every level; plus athlete with a chance to impact numerous facets of the game.   Video/
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19 Alex Verdugo 22.10 OF
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2018 55 Moderate Plus athlete with great energy; advanced approach at the plate with above-average hit tool and outfield defense.  Video
20 Brendan Rodgers 22.07 SS
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2019 60 High Still has the ceiling of an offensive force at shortstop; questions about future defensive home are behind his small slide in our rankings.   Video/
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21 Mitch Keller 22.11 RHP
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2019 60 High Mid-90s heater with plus curve, developing changeup, no-nonsense mound presence.   Video/
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22 Kyle Wright 23.06 RHP
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2018 55 Moderate Deep mix of above-average pitches; polished and ready for the big leagues now.   Video/
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23 Keston Hiura 22.07 2B
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2019 60 High Offensive upside gives him all-star potential even as a 2B-only; defense at the keystone is rapidly improving.   Video/
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24 Peter Alonso 24.03 1B
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2019 55 Moderate Monster power potential and on-base skills outweigh 1B-only defensive profile; we're sold he's an impact bat.   Video/
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25 Casey Mize 21.11 RHP
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2020 55 Moderate Dominated the SEC last year en route to going 1/1 overall; potential mid-rotation starter who could move quickly.   Video/
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26 Mike Soroka 21.07 RHP
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2018 55 Moderate Durable mid-rotation arm who keeps the ball on the ground, doesn't walk many and has feel with three above-average or better pitches. 
27 Luis Urias 21.09 SS
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2018 55 Moderate Plus hit tool with an advanced approach at the plate and polished defensive instincts.   Video/
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28 Dylan Cease 23.03 RHP
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2019 60 High Top-shelf fastball/curveball combo; starting to unlock front-rotation upsde as his control improves.  Video/
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29 Sixto Sanchez 20.08 RHP
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2021 60 High Headline prospect in the J.T. Realmuto deal; double-plus fastball with swing/miss secondary.   Spotlight
30 Brent Honeywell 24.00 RHP
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2019 60 High Missed 2018 with Tommy John surgery; MLB-ready mid-rotation type upon his return.   Video/
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31 A.J. Puk 23.11 LHP
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2019 60 High Missed 2018 with Tommy John surgery; front-of-the-rotation upside from the left side when healty.   Video/
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32 Francisco Mejia 23.05 C
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2018 55 High Offensive minded back-stop with a plus hit tool, above-average power potential and double-plus arm strength; loses value if shifted out from behind home.  Video
33 Matt Manning 21.02 RHP
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2020 60 High Impressive athlete with emerging plus fastball/curveball combo; imposing frme with remaining projection across the board.   Video
34 Alex Reyes 24.07 RHP
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2018 60 Extreme Huge stuff will immediately impact the big leagues in any role; significant injury history prevents him from ranking among the game's best prospects.   Video
35 Jazz Chisholm 21.01 SS
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2020 60 Extreme Among the biggest risers in the Minor Leagues last season; true five-tool potential at shortstop gives the chance to be a star.   Video/
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36 Jarred Kelenic 19.08 OF
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2022 60 Extreme True five-tool talent with star potential at a premium position.   Video/
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37 Keibert Ruiz 20.08 C
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2020 55 High Above-average regular upside; solid defender with strong hitting ability at premium position.   Video/
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38 Chris Paddack 23.02 RHP
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2019 55 High Dynamic fastball/changeup combo with elite control numbers; close to ready with mid-rotation upside.   Video/
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39 Sandy Alcantara 23.06 RHP
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2018 55 High Starting to harness plus stuff; more likely than ever he finishes a #3 starter and not a 'pen arm.  Video/
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40 Ke’Bryan Hayes 22.02 3B
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2020 55 High Potential breakout prospect who will take a jump with more in-game power; Major League bloodline, above-average hit tool and glovework.   Video
41 Justus Sheffield 22.10 LHP
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2018 55 High Potential mid-rotation lefty with power heater and above-average slider.   Video/
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42 Joey Bart 22.03 C
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2021 55 High #2 overall pick in 2018 received the largest amateur bonus ever by a postion player; well-rounded catcher with impactful glove and power potential.   Video/
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43 Luis Robert 21.07 OF
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2021 60 Extreme Toolsy center fielder with potential impact power/speed combo; now fully healty and showing more in-game contact.   Video/
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44 Michael Kopech 22.11 RHP
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2020 60 Extreme Elite triple-digit fastball and wipeout slider; questions about ability to start still lingered even before going down with TJ.   Video
45 Sean Murphy 24.05 C
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2019 55 High Impact defensive tools with a chance for everyday offensive production at a valuable position.   Video
46 Jonathan Loaisiga 24.04 RHP
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2018 55 High Showed glimpses of his plus stuff and mid-rotation upside in ML debut last year; command, durability/injury history are questions.   Video/
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47 Dustin May 21.06 RHP
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2020 55 High Loud fastball backed by a plus curveball, average changeup and above-average command; mid-rotation upside.  Video/
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48 Luis Patino 19.05 RHP
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2021 60 Extreme Breakout prospect in 2018 that now looks like one of the highest-ceiling arms in the minors.   Video/
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49 Corbin Marin 23.03 RHP
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2020 55 High Has quietly dominated at every level; above-average fastball/slider mix with enough polish to reach the big leagues quickly.   Report
50 Andres Gimenez 20.06 SS
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2020 55 High Plus glove at shortstop with developing strength and impressive approach for age/level.  Video/
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51 Touki Toussaint 22.09 RHP
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2018 55 High Stuff of mid-rotation starter or back-of-the-bullpen anchor.   Video/
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52 Nolan Gorman 18.10 3B
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2022 60 Extreme Had a pro debut for the books in 2018; chance to be a star at 3B with potential plus hit/power combo and improving defensive ability.   Video/
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53 Jesus Sanchez 21.05 OF
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2020 55 High Prototype RF toolset, has done nothing but hit throughout his career; chance for even more power as he fills out lanky frame.   Video/
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54 Adrian Morejon 20.01 LHP
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2021 60 Extreme Potential #2/#3 starter; has the stuff and polish to rate among the game's best pitching prospects as he keeps climbing the ladder.   Video/
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55 Hunter Greene 19.07 RHP
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2022 60 Extreme Incredible stuff and athleticism keep him here on our list even though he'll miss all of 2019 with TJ.   Video/
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56 Danny Jansen 23.11 C
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2018 55 High ML-ready contributor at a premium position; good feel for contact with some pull power, sound defensive tools.  Video
57 Jon Duplantier 24.08 RHP
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2019 55 High Excellent makeup with power fastball/slider combo, developing changeup; ceiling of #3 SP if he can stay healthy and outrun long injury history.   Video/
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58 Brendan McKay 23.03 LHP/DH
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2020 55 High Two-way talent slowly working his way through the system; projects as a command lefty with a plus breaking ball on the bump and a hit-first 1B as a position player.  Video/
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59 Yordan Alvarez 21.09 OF
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2019 55 High Offensive minded corner bat with plus power potential and feel for the barrel.  Spotlight
60 Travis Swaggerty 21.07 OF
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2021 55 High First-rounder in 2018; center-diamond defender with good speed, usable game power, and a solid approach at the plate.   Video/
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61 Brusdar Graterol 20.07 RHP
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2020 55 High Double-plus fastball to go with above-average off-speed stuff and burgeoning command.  
62 Adonis Medina 22.03 RHP
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2020 55 High Swing-and-miss stuff headlined by a plus fastball/changeup combo and solid breaking ball.   Video/
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63 Franklin Perez 21.03 RHP
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2020 60 Extreme #2/#3 SP upside with a bevy of plus power pitches; battled injuries in 2018 and has slid down this list a bit.   Video
64 DL Hall 20.06 LHP
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2021 55 High High-ceiling lefty; feel for plus fastball/curveball combo with developing changeup and command.   Video/
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65 Gavin Lux 21.04 SS
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2020 55 High Chance for 50-grade hit/power at valuable defensive position.   Video/
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66 Drew Waters 20.03 OF
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2021 55 High Plus athlete who impacts the game defensively and with his speed; chance for above-average hit/power outputs while staying up-the-middle.   Video/
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67 Luis Garcia 18.10 INF
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2021 55 High Outstanding overall instincts and feel for the game; future plus hit tool, could end up at shortstop or 3B.   Video/
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68 Shane Baz 19.09 RHP
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2021 60 Extreme Projectable righty who already shows a plus fastball and feel for a deep mix of above-average off-speed pitches.   Video/
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69 Leody Taveras 20.06 OF
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2020 55 High Excellent defensive outfielder with enough athleticism and youth to continue to project on his bat.   Video/
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70 Daz Cameron 22.02 OF
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2019 55 High Well-rounded player who does a bit of everything; sum-of-the-parts could make him an above-average contributor.   Video/
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71 Josh Naylor 21.09 1B
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2020 55 High Risky profile given 1B-only status and pressure on the bat; hit/on-base/power production could just be that good.   Video
72 Matthew Liberatore 19.04 LHP
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2022 60 Extreme Ingredients of a front-rotation lefty; high-upside mix of present stuff and remaining projection.   Video/
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73 Brandon Lowe 24.08 2B/OF
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2018 50 Moderate Not the toolsiest player on this list, but really hits and can play numerous positions; high-floor, close-proximity prospect who can contribute now.  
74 Monte Harrison 23.07 OF
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2020 60 Extreme Significant swing-and-miss cast a shadow on impact raw power, but plus speed, double-plus arm strength and plus glove provide solid foundational value in profile.  Video/
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75 Yusniel Diaz 22.05 OF
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2019 50 Moderate Bat will be most valuable if he remains in CF; tools to be a solid everyday player for a long time.   Video/
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76 Joshua James 26.00 RHP
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2018 50 Moderate Would be a power-armed SP in a rotation less loaded than Houston's; has the stuff to contribute right away from the 'pen regardless.  
77 Bryse Wilson 21.03 RHP
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2018 50 Moderate Ready-now SP with a high floor; projects as durable #4 type.   Video/
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78 Justin Dunn 23.06 RHP
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2019 55 High Former college closer is getting more consistent in a rotation role; chance to finish a mid-rotation starter as control/pitchablity improve.   Video/
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79 Cal Quantrill 24.01 RHP
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2019 50 Moderate Heavy fastball runs from 92 to 97 mph with potential for plus changeup and developing slider.  Video/
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80 MJ Melendez 20.04 C
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2022 60 Extreme High-level defensive skill set with advanced feel and a chance for average-or-better playable power at maturity.  Video/
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81 Hans Crouse 20.06 RHP
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2021 60 Extreme Quirky righty reaches the high-90s on his fastball with flashes of above-average secondary stuff.   Video
82 Michael Baez 23.02 RHP
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2020 55 High Imposing frame and loud raw stuff; mid-90s fastball and deep mix of above-average secondary pitches.   Video/
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83 Khalil Lee 20.09 OF
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2020 50 Moderate Athletic outfielder who moved quickly through the low-minors; impacts both sides of the ball, will be a big league regular for a long time.   Video/
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84 Nolan Jones 20.10 3B
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2021 55 High Prototype 3B tools with the chance for impact power.   Video/
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85 J.B. Bukauskas 22.05 RHP
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2019 50 Moderate Projects as mid-rotation SP or high-leverage 'pen arm; could help in the big leagues soon if fast-tracked in relief.   Video/
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86 Miguel Amaya 20.00 C
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2022 55 High High-end defensive backstop with enough offensive upside at a premium position to finish an above-average player.   Video/
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87 Nico Hoerner 21.10 INF
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2020 55 High Extremely polished offensive approach with chance for plus hit tool; bat has the chance to impact even if he moves from shortstop.   Video/
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88 Ryan Mountcastle 22.01 3B/1B
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2019 50 Moderate Projects for solid-average hit/power outputs; bat will make him a long-time regular, even if he moves to 1B.   Video/
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89 Logan Allen 21.10 LHP
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2019 50 Moderate Polished, high-floor lefty with track record of success; above-average control/command of solid stuff mix.   Video/
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90 Taylor Widener 24.05 RHP
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2019 50 Moderate Above-average command, movement play up his stuff enough to profile as a solid mid-rotation type; should be ready for the big leagues fairly soon.   Video/
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91 Ronaldo Hernandez 21.04 C
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2021 55 High Physical catcher with chance for above-average tools on both sides of the ball.   Video/
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92 Triston McKenzie 21.07 RHP
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2020 55 High Deep arsenal of pitches and advanced control/command; will need to add durability and hold his stuff better to reach mid-rotation ceiling.   Video/
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93 Oneil Cruz 20.05 SS
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2021 60 Extreme Most unique prospect in baseball; 6'6'' shortstop with light-tower raw power and above-average speed/arm.   Video/
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94 Corey Ray 24.06 OF
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2019 50 Moderate Won't hit enough to be a star, but superb athleticism, outfield defense, and speed/power tools make him a good bet to finish a regular.   Video
95 Austin Riley 21.11 3B
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2019 50 Moderate Has done nothing but mash through the minors; more pressure on his bat if he moves across the infield and becomes a 1B-only.   Video
96 Tony Santillan 21.11 RHP
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2020 55 High Above-average stuff could fit as a mid-rotation starter; chance he winds up in the 'pen.   Video/
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97 Brady Singer 22.07 RHP
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2020 50 Moderate Proven winner with excellent polish and deep mix of pitches; some developmental comparisons to Aaron Nola.   Video/
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98 Griffin Canning 22.10 RHP
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2019 50 Moderate Above-average fastball/off-speed pairing with the polish to settle into a mid-rotation role soon.   Video/
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99 Dalton Varsho 22.09 C
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2020 50 Moderate Unique athleticism and toolset for a catcher: solid hitting ability and speed; developing defender with the versatility to try a new position if needed.   Video/
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100 Nick Madrigal 22.00 2B
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2020 50 Moderate Chance for plus hit tool and 2B glove; questions about whether tools are impactful enough to be more than a solid-regular at the ML level.  Video/
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101 Will Smith 24.00 C
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2019 50 Moderate Advanced defender with developing offensive approach and power; chance to be a big league backstop for a long time.   Spotlight
102 Garrett Hampson 24.05 2B
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2018 50 Moderate Middle-infield glove who can really hit; heady baserunner with consistent plus-to-double-plus run times.  Video
103 Elehuris Montero 20.07 3B
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2021 55 High Burst onto the national prospect radar with a big 2018 season; prototype 3B frame and tools.   Video/
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104 Colton Welker 21.05 3B
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2021 55 High Corner infielder with plus power potential to go with above-average arm strength and advanced approach at the plate.  Video/
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105 Anderson Espinoza 21.00 RHP
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2021 55 Extreme Missed parts of 2016 and all 2017 with injury; one of baseball's more dynamic pitching prospects if he proves he's healthy.   Video/
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106 Seuly Matias 20.06 OF
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2022 55 Extreme Light tower power with excellent corner outfield tools; will need to improve bat-to-ball skill and overall approach to hit in the big leagues.   Video/
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107 Andrew Knizner 24.01 C
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2021 50 Moderate Potential everyday backstop with fair defense and quality hitting ability for the position.  
108 Estevan Florial 21.04 OF
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2021 55 Extreme Dynamic athlete with raw five-tool skillset; has slid on this list due to consistent contact/approach issues.   Video/
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109 Cole Winn 19.04 RHP
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2022 55 Extreme Athletic, projectable righty with mid-90s fastball and potential plus curve.   Video/
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110 Austin Beck 20.04 OF
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2022 55 Extreme Toolsy outfielder who showed more advanced approach than expected in first full pro season; power/speed skillset with impactful defense.   Video
111 Nate Pearson 22.07 RHP
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2021 55 Extreme Elite velocity and overpowering stuff could make him a frontline starter or closer; lack of pro innings and raw control/pitchability add risk.   Video/
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112 Cole Tucker 22.08 SS
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2020 50 Moderate Plus instincts, special makeup; flat-out baseball player who impacts the game defensively at shortstop.   Video/
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113 Joey Wentz 21.05 LHP
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2020 50 Moderate Physical lefty with advanced control/commnad and solid-average stuff.   Video
114 Jorge Guzman 23.02 RHP
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2020 55 Extreme Triple-digit velocity with power breaking ball that flashes plus; longshot #3 starter who more likely finds success in a late-inning 'pen role.   Video/
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115 Heliot Ramos 19.06 OF
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2022 55 Extreme Freaky athlete with all five tools; still developing approach, but showed improvements throughout first full pro season.   Video/
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116 Sam Hentges 22.08 LHP
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2020 50 Moderate Projectable lefty with potential plus fastball and curve to go with developing changeup.  Video/
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117 Luis J. Garcia 18.06 SS
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2022 55 Extreme Quick-twitch shortstop with extremely advanced hitting ability and defensive tools; won GCL batting title last year as a 17-year-old.   Video/
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118 Isan Diaz 22.10 2B
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2019 50 Moderate Ready-now middle infielder with a good chance to hit for average.   Video/
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119 Jordan Groshans 19.04 3B
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2022 55 Extreme Physical frame with projectable offensive tools; likely to outgrow shortstop, but fits a corner profile well.   Video
120 Alec Bohm 22.07 3B
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2021 55 Extreme Size, strength, and power of a run-producing cleanup hitter; some questions about hit tool and ability to remain at the hot corner.   Video
121 Esteury Ruiz 20.01 2B
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2022 55 Extreme Twitchy athlete with excellent batspeed and power/speed tools at 2B; needs to tone down ultra-aggressive approach.   Video/
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122 Vidal Brujan 21.01 2B
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2022 50 Moderate Excellent contact ability with 70-grade wheels; arm limits him to 2B in the infield, though athletic enough to try CF if need be.   Video/
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123 Ryan Weathers 19.04 LHP
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2022 55 Extreme Advanced mix of stuff and polish for his age; #7 overall pick in last year's draft has the ingredients of a mid-rotation starter.   Video
124 Kyle Muller 21.05 LHP
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2020 50 High Physical, hard-throwing lefty with flashes of a curve; track record of success, coming off a big 2018.   Video/
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125 Nick Allen 20.05 SS
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2021 50 High Elite defensive shortstop who needs to add strength and turn a corner offensively for the bat to play.   Video/
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