For teams like the Cubs, Phillies, Astros and Marlins, the goal for this year’s deadline was simple: build towards the future. On the other hand, the Tigers, Dodgers, Angels and Rangers were unabashedly "all-in," unified by the desire to obtain the top big-league talent on the market.
When it was all said and done, multiple organizations netted a new crop of promising prospects in exchanged for major-league talent, and, in turn, significantly improved the overall standing of their team’s farm system.
Therefore, I have ranked each organization, Nos. 1-30, based upon the state of their farm system, and put together a separate ranking of each team’s top-five prospects—and yes, this time, it includes players from the 2012 draft class.