Top 100 Prospects Breakdown


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See also: Jim Callis’ Top 100 Prospects Chat

The following is a look at how the Top 100 Prospects break down in several categories.

BY POSITION
36 Righthanded pitchers
26 Outfielders
15 Lefthanded pitchers
8 Third basemen
6 Shortstops
5 Catchers
3 First basemen
1 Second baseman
BY ORGANIZATION
8 Rockies
7 Devil Rays
6 Diamondbacks
5 Red Sox, Yankees
4 Braves, Dodgers, Indians, Mets, Reds, Twins, White Sox
3 Angels, Astros, Athletics, Brewers, Cubs, Mariners, Marlins, Orioles, Pirates, Royals
2 Blue Jays, Cardinals, Giants, Tigers
1 Nationals, Phillies, Rangers
0 Padres
BY ORIGINAL ORGANIZATION
7 Devil Rays, Rockies
4 Angels, Astros, Diamondbacks, Dodgers, Indians, Mets, Pirates, Red Sox, Reds, Twins, White Sox, Yankees
3 Braves, Brewers, Cardinals, Cubs, Mariners, Marlins, Orioles, Royals, Tigers
2 Athletics, Blue Jays, Giants, Rangers
1 Nationals, Phillies, Seibu (Japan)
0 Padres
BY NATIONALITY
81 United States
8 Dominican Republic
7 Venezuela
1 Canada, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico
BY HOW THEY WERE SIGNED
45 High school draft picks
33 College draft picks
12 International amateur free agents
4 Junior college draft picks
1 High school draft-and-follow, independent league draft pick, Japanese posted player, junior college draft-and-follow, nondrafted free agent, unaffiliated draft pick (no school or team)

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