Top 100 Prospects By The Numbers

Here’s a look at the Top 100 Prospects list breaks down in a number of categories. With prospects like Trevor Rosenthal (pictured above) the Cardinals are among three organizations leading the way in number of Top 100 Prospects.

BY ORGANIZATION
6 Cardinals, Marlins, Twins
5 Astros, Diamondbacks, Mariners,

Pirates, Rays, Red Sox
4 Cubs, Padres, Rangers, Reds, Yankees
3 Mets, Nationals, Rockies, Royals,

Tigers
2 Blue Jays, Braves, Dodgers, Indians, Orioles, Phillies
1 Angels, Athletics, Brewers, Giants,

White Sox

BY ORIGINAL ORGANIZATION
6 Cardinals
5 Blue Jays, Mariners, Pirates, Red

Sox, Reds, Twins, Yankees
4 Astros, Cubs, Diamondbacks, Marlins, Nationals, Phillies, Rangers, Royals
3 Dodgers, Padres, Rockies, Tigers
2 Angels, Braves, Brewers, Giants,

Indians, Orioles
1 Athletics, Rays, White Sox
0 Mets

BY PRIMARY POSITION
37 Righthanded pitcher
25 Outfielder
12 Shortstop
11 Lefthanded pitcher
8 Third base
4 Catcher
2 Second base
1 First base

BY NATION OF BIRTH
70 United States
11 Dominican Republic
4 Cuba, Venezuela
3 Puerto Rico
2 Curacao, Korea
1 Aruba, Canada, Colombia, Mexico

BY WHERE THEY SIGNED FROM
51 High school draft pick
25 International free agent
21 College draft pick
2 Junior college draft pick
1 Independent league draft pick

BY DRAFT ROUND
41 First
16 Supplemental first
6 Second
3 Third, fourth
1 Fifth, eighth, 13th, 18th, 19th, 21st

BY AGE (AS OF APRIL 1)
25 22 years old
21 20 years old, 21 years old
11 23 years old
8 19 years old
6 24 years old
5 18 years old
2 25 years old
1 26 years old

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