Major League Baseball’s 2014 Midsummer Classic is in the books, and it is time to update the list of the Texas Rangers' top 10 prospects.
The club from Arlington has struggled for most of the season, finishing the first half 19 games under .500 and 21 games back of the Oakland A’s in the AL West. Although it is turning into a season to forget, the organization's young stars are giving them hope for the future.
If you are just joining us, the original top 10 list was made at the beginning of MLB’s spring training. Each player was given a stock report throughout the season, which is part of their new ranking.
This updated ranking is based mostly off of each player’s individual statistics. The prospect’s projected debut year will also play a small part.
Each profile will include the player's season statistics, previous ranking and his projected call-up time from MLB.com.