St. Louis Cardinals Top 30
By Kyle Glaser
St. Louis' system is one in transition this winter, after five separate prospects made big league contributions in 2019.
The Cardinals saw one of the season's biggest breakout stars, Dylan Carlson, blossom, giving them a pair of potential impact bats sitting atop their system. The rest of the Top 10 includes a mix of outfielders and arms who intrigue.
Here's how we project their lineup in 2023, with their 2023 age in parentheses.
Catcher: Ivan Herrera (23)
First Base: Paul Goldschmidt (35)
Second Base: Tommy Edman (28)
Third Base: Nolan Gorman (23)
Shortstop: Paul DeJong (29)
Left Field: Dylan Carlson (24)
Center Field: Harrison Bader (29)
Right Field: Tyler O'Neill (28)
No. 1 Starter: Jack Flaherty (27)
No. 2 Starter: Dakota Hudson (28)
No. 3Starter: Matthew Liberatore (23)
No. 4 Starter: Miles Mikolas (34)
No. 5 Starter: Genesis Cabrera (26)
Closer: Jordan Hicks (26)
Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to St. Louis' Top 10, click here.
Best Hitter for Average: Dylan Carlson
Best Power Hitter: Nolan Gorman
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: John Nogowski
Fastest Baserunner: Lane Thomas
Best Athlete: Trejyn Fletcher
Best Fastball: Ryan Helsley
Best Curveball: Matthew Liberatore
Best Slider: Johan Oviedo
Best Changeup: Junior Fernandez
Best Control: Tommy Parsons
Best Defensive Catcher: Julio Rodriguez
Best Defensive Infielder: Delvin Perez
Best Infield Arm: Elehuris Montero
Best Defensive Outfielder: Lane Thomas
Best Outfield Arm: Jhon Torres
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