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Bleacher Report's Top 100 MLB Prospects Rankings, Spring Training Edition
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So far this offseason, Prospect Pipeline has broken down each team's top-10 prospects and ranked all the farm systems.

That means there's only one thing left to do: rank Major League Baseball's top 100 prospects.

As is the case with all my rankings, any player who’s accrued 130 at-bats or 50 innings in the major leagues no longer qualifies as a prospect. Additionally, I don’t treat international free agents as true prospects, because there’s no benefit in comparing a 26-year-old Cuban player to an 18-year-old draft pick until they log significant stateside experience.

We hope everyone enjoys Prospect Pipeline's top 100 prospects for the 2014 season.

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