March Madness 2012: Who Would Come out as the Top Prospect in Baseball?

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March Madness 2012: Who Would Come out as the Top Prospect in Baseball?
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Los Angeles' uber-prospect Mike Trout will do his best to dethrone the top overall seed, Bryce Harper.

Madness is in the air.

MLB prospect madness that is.

Here's the deal. Any schmuck can rank the top 64 prospects in baseball, but it takes a real genius to pit them up against each other, NCAA tournament style, to see who comes out on top.

The premise is simple. Take the top 16 prospects at each position (right-handed pitcher, left-handed pitcher, infielder and outfielder), seed them one through 16 and then shuffle up the seeds (ones, twos, threes, etc) in order to randomize the matchups.

The goal? To find not only the top prospect in baseball, but the one with the greatest shot at becoming a bona-fide superstar.

What we're left with is one of the most intriguing, exciting, explosive tournaments in sports.

So, without further ado, let's get to it, and see who comes out on top of the first ever March Prospect Madness tournament.

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