Ranking Major League Baseball's Top 10 Pitching Prospect Trios

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Ranking Major League Baseball's Top 10 Pitching Prospect Trios
The original "Big Three": Tim Hudson, Barry Zito and Mark Mulder

In 2010 the San Francisco Giants won the World Series with the best homegrown rotation in recent memory. Drafted and developed by the organization, Matt Cain, Tim Lincecum and Madison Bumgarner were each at the forefront of the team’s immensely successful season.

Before that it was the Oakland A’s “Big Three” of Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder and Barry Zito, who combined for 234 wins in the same starting rotation from 2000 to 2004.

If you've read Prospect Pipeline’s top 100 prospects, you already know the minor leagues are rich with high-ceiling pitching prospects, and many from the same organization.

But which organization houses the best trio of young arms?

Actually, it's a surprisingly a long list. But these 10 teams’ pitching prospect trios stand out in a big way.


*Prospects ranked in the top 100 have a "No. X'"next to their name. For example: Dylan Bundy, RHP (No. 2).

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