MLB Farm System Rankings: Pre-Spring Training Edition

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MLB Farm System Rankings: Pre-Spring Training Edition
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
The future is bright for Byron Buxton and the Minnesota Twins.

While spring training doesn’t officially begin until Feb. 13, the prospect-ranking season has been in full swing since the dawn of the new year.

After last month’s unveiling of Prospect Pipeline’s top 10 prospects for all 30 teams, it’s time to take things a step further with a ranking of every organization’s farm system for the 2014 season.

As you will see, the systems that rank within the top five are those with multiple impact prospects, other notable talent in upper levels and overall depth from top to bottom.

The systems that rank in the middle third tend to have an impact prospect or two (in most cases at least one is a pitcher) and probably either adequate depth or a few high-risk/reward guys. There may be a few projectable bullpen arms in there, too.

And as for those bottom-dwelling systems… well, let’s just say they have their work cut out for them to get back on the right track.

We hope you enjoy Prospect Pipeline’s official farm system rankings for the 2014 season.

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