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2022 Top 100 Prospects

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With the all-star break less than a week away we've updated the Top 100 Prospects list for our midseason update.

For July 11, we have done a full update, gathering feedback from scouts, pro scouting directors, analysts, coaches and front office officials to produce our Updated Top 100.

Players qualify for the Top 100 if they have 130 or fewer MLB at-bats or 50 or fewer MLB innings. Service time considerations do not play a role in who is eligible to rank on the list.



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    Anthony Volpeheadshot

    Anthony Volpe

    Yankees SS
    Notes:

    Tools: Hit: 60 | Power: 60 | Run: 55 | Fielding: 50 | Arm: 45
    Skinny: Volpe got off to a slow start before finding his rhythm at Double-A and resuming mashing. He remains one of the best power-speed threats in the minors with the ability to hit 20 home runs or steal 20 bases, production that will play at shortstop or second base.


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    Oswald Peraza Headshot

    Oswald Peraza

    Yankees SS
    Notes:

    Tools: Hit: 60 | Power: 50 | Run: 55 | Fielding: 55 | Arm: 55
    Skinny: Peraza started the season slowly but turned things around, showing both hittability and power. He's likely to stick at shortstop as well.


    Click here to read his full scouting report

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