Each MLB Team's Untouchable Top Prospect

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Each MLB Team's Untouchable Top Prospect
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Xander Bogaerts is beyond untouchable after reaching the major leagues as a 20-year-old in 2013.

If we learned anything from the 2013 offseasonwhen Wil Myers, Travis d’Arnaud, Trevor Bauer, Noah Syndergaard, Jake Odorizzi and Jake Marisnick were each involved in blockbuster deals—it’s that very few prospects are “untouchable” when the right trade opportunity is on the table.

However, there are those young players that are so valuable to their organization that they’re unlikely to be included, or even discussed, in any potential deal. Those prospects are usually expected to fill a void at the highest level and generally have upside that discourages any conception of a trade; they're studs and the future of their respective franchises.

Here’s a look at each MLB team’s untouchable prospect for the 2014 season.

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