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Updated 2019 Top 10 Prospects Index

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UPDATE (1/22): The Mariners and Reds' respective top 10s were updated following the Sonny Gray trade. Josh Stowers, who was dealt to the Yankees, is not in New York's top 10.

Since we began unveiling the 2019 Top 10 prospects in early November, dozens of trades have been consummated that involved prospects changing organizations.

The Yankees traded Justus Sheffield. The Reds traded Jeter Downs. The Mariners added Jarred Kelenic and Yusei Kikuchi. All those moves and many more happened, changing the composition of many teams' Top 10 prospects.

As such, here is the Updated Top 10 Prospects for 2019 for every team, with all trades and signings through Jan. 14 taken into account. We will continue to update these through Opening Day.

2019 Top 10 MLB Prospects By Team
NL EastNL CentralNL West
Atlanta BravesChicago CubsArizona Diamondbacks
Miami MarlinsCincinnati RedsColorado Rockies
New York MetsMilwaukee BrewersLos Angeles Dodgers
Philadelphia PhilliesPittsburgh PiratesSan Diego Padres
Washington NationalsSt. Louis CardinalsSan Francisco Giants
AL EastAL CentralAL West
Baltimore OriolesChicago White SoxHouston Astros
Boston Red SoxCleveland IndiansLos Angeles Angels
New York YankeesDetroit TigersOakland Athletics
Tampa Bay RaysKansas City RoyalsSeattle Mariners
Toronto Blue JaysMinnesota TwinsTexas Rangers
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