MLB Power Rankings: Re-Ranking All 30 MLB Farm Systems After the MiLB Playoffs

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MLB Power Rankings: Re-Ranking All 30 MLB Farm Systems After the MiLB Playoffs
Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

The minor league season concluded on Tuesday night, as the Reno Aces (Diamondbacks) defeated the Pawtucket Red Sox (Red Sox), 10-3, to claim the Triple-A National Championship.

However, the bigger news came Wednesday morning when the Orioles announced that they will promote baseball’s top pitching prospect, 19-year-old Dylan Bundy, to the major leagues in time for tonight’s game against the Mariners.

Although there may be a few more call-ups over the final two weeks of the regular season, the major influx of prospects seems to be over.

Therefore, it’s time to take a look at the updated power rankings for every team’s farm system, complete with each team's top 10 prospects. While the team-specific player rankings isn't my final, end-of-the-year assessment, it's doubtful that much will change between now and then.

Prospects whose name appears in bold has been used to identify them as a top-50 prospect in accordance with Prospect Pipeline's Midseason Top 50 Prospects Update. The notable 2012 draft picks also appear in the rankings for the first time.

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