The Texas Rangers boast one of the better farm systems in all of baseball.
Now it isn’t what it was a year or two ago, but is still ranked No. 13 overall by ESPN’s Keith Law (subscription required). The main reason for the drop is the collective age of talent. Many of the prospects still are a few years away from being ready for the big leagues.
But there still is a great deal of talent throughout the organization. Two of the players on this list also are in Law’s Top 100 Prospects list (subscription required).
Here are the top 10 Rangers prospects heading into spring training.
Who do you think belongs on the list?
All stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted/linked.
Here is the link to Baseball America’s Best Tools page that will be used throughout the slideshow.
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