Ranking the 2013 Arizona Fall League's Top 10 Prospects

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Ranking the 2013 Arizona Fall League's Top 10 Prospects
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Top prospect Byron Buxton is off to a hot start in his first Arizona Fall League.

While the nation’s attention has understandably been on the League Championship Series, the Arizona Fall League is underway and once again features many of baseball’s top prospects.

The AFL season began October 8 and will run through November 16, with the league’s annual Rising Stars Game being played on November 2.

As usual, teams with deep prospect pools are well represented in the AFL. This year, the Chicago Cubs and Minnesota Twins boast the most impressive collections of talent on the field.

Jorge Soler, Kris Bryant and Albert Almora, each of whom are ranked among the top 30 prospects in baseball, will offer a glance of the Cubs' future this fall while playing for the Mesa Solar Sox. Meanwhile, the Twins will be represented by Byron Buxton, the consensus No. 1 overall prospect, as well as highly regarded prospects Alex Meyer, Eddie Rosario, Trevor May and Max Kepler.

Based on our end-of-season ranking of baseball’s top 100 prospects, here’s a look at the top 10 prospects participating in this year’s Arizona Fall League.

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