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2020 Prospect Position Rankings: Corner Outfield

Each year, following the release of our Top 100 prospects, Baseball America ranks the top prospects in baseball by position. You can find our position-by-position rankings here.

Here are the top corner outfield prospects for 2020.

Best Bat: Julio Rodriguez. Rodriguez has yet to show it at higher levels or sustain it over a full season, but his size, strength and approach hold the promise of a perennial .300 hitter who annually reaches 30 or more home runs per season.

Best Glove: Drew Waters. Waters is a pure center fielder who has been forced to a corner by the presence of Cristian Pache. His speed, arm and instincts would make him an excellent defensive outfielder at any position.

Sleeper: Peyton Burdick. The Marlins' third-round pick from Wright State tore through low Class A Clinton after signing last year. His sound swing and plus power give him the tools to move quickly through the Marlins' system.

1. Jo Adell, Angels | Scouting Report
2. Julio Rodriguez, Mariners | Scouting Report
3. Dylan Carlson, Cardinals | Scouting Report
4. Alex Kirilloff, Twins | Scouting Report
5. Drew Waters, Braves | Scouting Report
6. Trevor Larnach, Twins | Scouting Report
7. J.J. Bleday, Marlins | Scouting Report
8. Riley Greene, Tigers | Scouting Report
9. Jesus Sanchez, Marlins | Scouting Report
10. Kristian Robinson, D-backs | Scouting Report

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Scouts On Jo Adell, Jarred Kelenic And Other Graduated Prospects Yet To Establish Themselves

Here is a look at more than a dozen former Top 100 Prospects who have graduated from prospect eligibility but have yet to establish themselves in the major leagues, along with how scouts across the game view them and their outlooks.

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