2013 MLB Draft: Re-Ranking All 30 MLB Farm Systems Post-Draft

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2013 MLB Draft: Re-Ranking All 30 MLB Farm Systems Post-Draft
Kohl Stewart gives an already loaded Twins system another boost. Courtesy of Area Code Baseball

With the Major League Baseball draft now in the rear-view mirror, it is as good a time as any to take a look at the state of the farm system of all 30 teams. The minor league season is nearly half over and All-Star games will be starting, so we have a decent-sized sample size to judge players by. 

Of course, as prospect fiends know all too well, the stat lines for a player doesn't tell the whole story. Even though a star prospect might not have the best stat line, perhaps he has been dealing with a nagging injury or was pushed too aggressively by his team. 

Regardless, thanks to the infusion of talent through the draft, graduations to the big leagues, injuries and performances, the rankings have changed a bit from what my colleague Mike Rosenbaum published prior to the start of spring training. 

Here is our post-draft farm system rankings, in ascending order, for each team in baseball. 

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