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Top 2018 MLB Prospects In Each League



As a complement to our organization prospect rankings, Baseball America also ranks prospects in each minor league at the end of their seasons. Like the organization lists, they place more weight on potential than performance and should not be regarded as all-star teams.

Unlike the organization lists, which are from more of a scouting perspective, the minor league lists reflect the views of minor league managers, who give more weight to what a player does on the field now. We think both perspectives are useful, so we give you both, even though they don’t always match up. For a player to qualify for a league prospect list, he must have spent at least one-third of the season in a league.

Also unlike the organization lists, players can make the league lists even if they exhausted their rookie eligibility during the 2018 season.

Subscribers can click the league name to see scouting reports for all 20 ranked prospects. Chats are free for all readers.

To see a full list of Top 20 prospects sorted by team, click here. 

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