Re-Ranking the Orioles Top 30 Prospects After the 2013 MLB Draft

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Re-Ranking the Orioles Top 30 Prospects After the 2013 MLB Draft
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The Orioles farm system has been depleted the past few seasons.

The call-ups of Manny Machado, Zach Britton, Jake Arrieta, Brian Matusz and now Kevin Gausman have left them with little depth and the front office has had a hard time replenishing the pool of talent. 

The 2012 draft helped a lot, providing the O's with several of their top performers this season, including RHP Branden Kline (second-round), SS Adrian Marin (third), 1B Christian Walker (fourth), LHP Lex Rutledge (sixth) and LHP Josh Hader (19th).

Similarly, this season's crop of new blood should also help improve the status of their farm system. RHP Hunter Harvey (first-round), OF Josh Hart (competitive balance round), 3B Drew Dosch (seventh), 1B Trey Mancini (eighth) and RHP Reed Reilly (18th) all appear to have big league potential and should help fill out one of the weakest minor league systems in baseball.

It's time to check in and see how the list of Baltimore's top prospects has changed since the arrival of these players. Also taken into account are the performances by prospects so far this season.

Without further ado, let's take a look at the re-ranking of Baltimore's top 30 prospects.

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