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2018 Position Rankings: Second Base

There is certainly star power at the top of this year's second base group, with Scott Kingery, Luis Urias and Keston Hiura all earning Top 100 prospect status and boasting All-Star potential. While there is decent depth backing them up, the list gets very short at the back end. Still, a mix of potential big leaguers througout every level, with a few standouts at the top, makes this a solid, if not overwhelming, second base prospect crop.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

1. Scott Kingery, Phillies
2. Luis Urias, Padres
3. Keston Hiura, Brewers
4. Isaac Paredes, Tigers
5. Isan Diaz, Marlins
6. Shed Long, Reds
7. Garrett Hampson, Rockies
8. Max Schrock, Cardinals
9. Brandon Lowe, Rays
10. Nick Solak, Yankees

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11. Marco Hernandez, Red Sox
12. Kevin Kramer, Pirates
13. Tyler Wade, Yankees
14. Luis Guillorme, Mets
15. Esteury Ruiz, Padres
16. Yunior Severino, Twins
17. Erik Gonzalez, Indians
18. Domingo Leyba, D-backs
19. Vidal Brujan, Rays
20. David Bote, Cubs

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