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Braves Lead Way With 8 Top 100 Prospects



The Atlanta Braves not only have the No. 1 prospect on the 2018 Top 100 Prospects list, they also have the most names on the list. With eight prospects, including six pitchers, on the Top 100, the Braves have two more prospects on the Top 100 than any other team.

The Brewers, Padres, Rays and Yankees all have six players on the Top 100, while the Phillies, Twins, Reds and White Sox each have five. The Cubs and Royals are the two teams that do not have anyone on the 2018 Top 100 Prospects list.

8 Braves: Ronald Acuna (1), Luiz Gohara (23), Mike Soroka (27), Kyle Wright (34), Ian Anderson (42), Austin Riley (54), Kolby Allard (65), Max Fried (72).

6 Brewers: Lewis Brinson (18), Keston Hiura (47), Brandon Woodruff (61), Corbin Burnes (74), Monte Harrison (75), Brett Phillips (80). Padres: Fernando Tatis Jr. (9), MacKenzie Gore (26), Michel Baez (28), Luis Urias (32), Cal Quantril (52), Adrian Morejon (66). Rays: Brent Honeywell (14), Willy Adames (19), Brendan McKay (39), Jake Bauers (45), Jesus Sanchez (49), Wander Franco (96). Yankees: Gleyber Torres (6), Estevan Florial (38), Justus Sheffield (41), Miguel Andujar (59), Albert Abreu (77), Chance Adams (81).

5 Phillies: J.P. Crawford (16), Sixto Sanchez (25), Scott Kingery (31), Adonis Medina(84), Adam Haseley (100). Twins: Royce Lewis (24), Brent Rooker (92), Nick Gordon (93), Wander Javier (95), Stephen Gonsalves (97). Reds: Nick Senzel (7), Hunter Greene (29), Taylor Trammell (48), Tyler Mahle (90), Jesse Winker (98). White Sox: Eloy Jimenez (4), Michael Kopech (11), Alec Hansen (57), Luis Robert (58), Dane Dunning (82).

4 Astros: Forrest Whitley (10), Kyle Tucker (15), Yordan Alvarez (62), J.B. Bukauskas (76). Athletics: A.J. Puk (30), Franklin Barreto (43), Jorge Mateo (64), Dustin Fowlwer (88). Blue Jays: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (3), Bo Bichette (8), Anthony Alford (60). Cardinals: Alex Reyes (17), Jack Flaherty (53), Carson Kelly (55), Tyler O'Neill (86). Dodgers: Walker Buehler (13), Alex Verdugo (37), Keibert Ruiz (40), Mitchell White (69).

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Angels: Shohei Ohtani (2), Jo Adell (46), Jahmai Jones (89). Orioles: Austin Hays (21), Chance Sisco (68), Ryan Mountcastle (71). Rockies: Brendan Rodgers (22), Ryan McMahon (63), Riley Pint (99). Tigers: Franklin Perez (35), Alex Faedo (50), Matt Manning (78).

2 Indians: Francisco Mejia (20), Triston McKenzie (33). Marlins: Sandy Alcantara (70), Jorge Guzman (87). Nationals: Victor Robles (5), Juan Soto (56). Pirates: Mitch Keller (12), Austin Meadows (44). Rangers: Willie Calhoun (36), Leody Taveras (51). Red Sox: Jay Groome (83), Michael Chavis (85).

1 D-backs: Jon Duplantier (73). Giants: Heliot Ramos (79). Mariners: Kyle Lewis (67). Mets: Andres Gimenez (94).

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