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Minor League Top 10 Prospects Flashback
BA digs into the archives to spotlight one signature Minor League Top 10 Prospects ranking for all 17 domestic minor leagues we have covered since 1981.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2015 International League
Future impact big leaguers Francisco Lindor, Trea Turner and Aaron Judge shine in a deep International League class.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2011 South Atlantic League
The SAL class of 2011 is notable for its depth, including future MVPs Bryce Harper and Christian Yelich as well as three other high quality regulars.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2010 California League
Mike Trout jumped on the fast track to superstardom in 2010, which he finished in the California League to conclude his full-season debut.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2009 Pioneer League
The Pioneer League class of 2009 had an incredible volume of future major league regulars.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2002 New York-Penn League
Multi-time all-stars Hanley Ramirez and Curtis Granderson headlined the 2002 New York-Penn League.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2001 Arizona League
The best AZL class had a distinctly international flavor, with a South Korean outfielder and two Dominican pitchers who would go on to long MLB careers.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2001 Appalachian League
The 2001 Appy League prospect class included the rare No. 1 overall draft pick plus another franchise icon.
MiLB Top 10 Prospects Flashback: 2000 Midwest League
The 2000 Midwest League was headlined by two future greats whose greatness snuck up on people because they were late-round draft picks.