Selecting MLB's All-Prospect Team

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Selecting MLB's All-Prospect Team
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When it comes to the future of an organization, no sport pours more time in nurturing and developing young players than baseball. From the annual June MLB Amateur draft to multiple levels of minor league stops to fall and winter leagues, baseball teams will literally spend years and millions of dollars to draft, develop and graduate players to big-league competition.

Due to the rising costs of free agents, the lack of high-end stars reaching free agency and respective fanbases gravitating towards homegrown stars, the demand and hope for high-end prospects has never been higher.

While some think prospects have become overvalued, baseball fans will pour over organizational rankings to see how their team is set up for success in both the present and future.

Of course, as baseball fans have come to know very well, not all prospects will pan out. In fact, when comparing baseball to the NFL and NBA, you're much more likely to see a top prospect spend an entire career in the minor leagues in baseball.

Prospects require patience and foresight, but when they pan out, their value becomes obvious from the moment they take the field.

For every Todd Van Poppel, there is a Bryce Harper.

While every organization hopes to draft and develop a few of these future stars, it's more fun to imagine an entire dream team of them.

Without further ado, here is a list of Major League Baseball's All-Prospect Team.

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