5 MLB Teams That Most Desperately Need a Farm System Overhaul

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5 MLB Teams That Most Desperately Need a Farm System Overhaul
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Over the last two weeks, I’ve started to gradually unveil my team-specific, top-10 prospect rankings by looking at the farm systems of the Atlanta Braves, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants.

However, not every system possesses the impact prospects or overall depth as the aforementioned organizations. In fact, it’s shocking just how barren some teams’ prospect pools are headed into the offseason.

Therefore, I thought I’d offer a quick yet comprehensive overview of five farm systems that I perceive to be the weakest in the game. In addition to identifying their respective strengths and weaknesses, I’ve also offered a few suggestions on how they could improve over the course of the 2013 season.

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