MLB's 7 Most Untouchable Prospects Entering the Offseason Trade Market

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MLB's 7 Most Untouchable Prospects Entering the Offseason Trade Market
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RHP Taijuan Walker (Mariners)

One-hundred thirty-seven players became free agents on Monday following the conclusion of the World Series, according to MLBTradeRumors.com. And starting Saturday, each player will be free to negotiate with every team.

Both the negotiating process and subsequent signings will inevitably impact the prospect landscape, affecting various players’ positioning on their team’s depth chart. At the same time, a significant acquisition could suddenly make a highly-regarded prospect expendable headed into the offseason.

However, these seven prospects should be free from such trade speculation given their untouchable status within their respective organization.

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