Back in February, I wrote an article naming my All-Prospect team for each division, and it sparked some good debate among readers.
That said, the prospect world is not for everyone. So in an effort to appeal to a larger audience, I turned my attention to the big leagues.
Picking a full 25-man roster, I assembled what I felt was the best possible team that each division had to offer, with 13 position players and 12 pitchers selected for each team.
For the sake of making it easier to compare all six lineups, I selected a DH for the NL teams as well as the AL teams. For all of you baseball purists out there, I apologize in advance for that.
My approach to building the teams was not long term in scope. I was strictly looking to build the best team for the 2013 season.
With big-name players failing to make the cut for their respective divisions, your ideal teams will no doubt differ from mine. But that's the beauty of an article like this.
Let the debate begin.