B/R's Top 100 MLB Prospects Heading into 2020-21 Offseason

Joel Reuter@JoelReuterBRFeatured ColumnistNovember 6, 2020

B/R's Top 100 MLB Prospects Heading into 2020-21 Offseason

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    Tony Gutierrez/Associated Press

    The last time we updated our Top 100 prospect list here at Bleacher Report, it was July 20 and the 2020 MLB season was finally getting set to begin.

    Despite a shortened 60-game schedule, a ton of marquee prospects broke into the majors and exhausted their rookie eligibility over the course of the season.

    That list includes: Luis Robert, Jo Adell, Gavin Lux, Jesus Luzardo, Alec Bohm, Dustin May, Brendan Rodgers, Carter Kieboom, Sean Murphy, Jose Urquidy, Daulton Varsho, Mitch Keller, Nico Hoerner, Brusdar Graterol, Kyle Wright, Evan White and Brady Singer from our Top 100 list, along with Justin Dunn, Tony Gonsolin, Kyle Lewis, Adrian Morejon, Nick Solak, Logan Webb and Bryse Wilson from our Next 50 list of honorable mentions.

    Several others also debuted but stayed below the thresholds to maintain prospect status.

    The following factors helped determine where each player fell in our updated rankings:

    • Potential: Potential trumps production a lot of the time, especially in the lower levels of the minors and with recent draft picks. Skill set and tools are often better indicators of what kind of player someone will be.
    • Talent: For those in the higher levels of the minors who are close to breaking into the big leagues, production and talent level were the determining factors since the players are viewed as more complete products.
    • Eligibility: A player must maintain rookie eligibility to be considered for inclusion. That means no more than 130 big league at-bats for position players, 50 innings for pitchers or 45 days on the active roster prior to roster expansion in September.

    Let's start with 50 players who fell just outside the rankings.

Next 50

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    Adbert Alzolay
    Adbert AlzolayNam Y. Huh/Associated Press

    RHP: Mick Abel (PHI), Matthew Allan (NYM), Adbert Alzolay (CHC), Nick Bitsko (TB), Jared Kelley (CWS), George Kirby (SEA), Bryan Mata (BOS), Yerry Rodriguez (TEX), Tahnaj Thomas (PIT)

    LHP: Seth Corry (SF), Garrett Crochet (CWS), Tucker Davidson (ATL), Trevor Rogers (MIA), Ryan Rolison (COL), Blake Walston (ARI)

    C: Miguel Amaya (CHC), William Contreras (ATL), Ivan Herrera (STL), Ryan Jeffers (MIN), Alejandro Kirk (TOR), Shea Langeliers (ATL), Bo Naylor (CLE)

    IF: SS Nick Allen (OAK), 1B Seth Beer (ARI), 3B Brett Baty (NYM), SS Ed Howard (CHC), 3B Jonathan India (CIN), SS Jeremiah Jackson (LAA), SS Greg Jones (TB), SS Orelvis Martinez (TOR), 3B Isaac Paredes (DET), SS Liover Peguero (PIT), SS Robert Puason (OAK), SS Brayan Rocchio (CLE), SS Bryson Stott (PHI), 2B Brice Turang (MIL), 3B Mark Vientos (NYM)

    OF: Jordyn Adams (LAA), Hunter Bishop (SF), Alexander Canario (SF), Corbin Carroll (ARI), Jarren Duran (BOS), Monte Harrison (MIA), Robert Hassell III (SD), Tristen Lutz (MIL), Luis Matos (SF), Erick Pena (KC), Travis Swaggerty (PIT), Leody Taveras (TEX), George Valera (CLE)

Nos. 100-91

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    Bobby Dalbec
    Bobby DalbecSteven Senne/Associated Press

    Prospects

    100. OF Josh Lowe, TB
    99. SS Jose Garcia, CIN
    98. LHP Reid Detmers, LAA
    97. OF Austin Hendrick, CIN
    96. OF Brennen Davis, CHC
    95. 3B Kody Hoese, LAD
    94. RHP Francisco Morales, PHI
    93. C Francisco Alvarez, NYM
    92. 1B Bobby Dalbec, BOS
    91. RHP Max Meyer, MIA

          

    Overview

    Flame-thrower Max Meyer (No. 3), prep slugger Austin Hendrick (No. 12) and polished college lefty Reid Detmers (No. 10) were among this year's crop of first-round picks, and all three could quickly rise to the top of their team's organizational rankings.

    Bobby Dalbec slugged eight home runs and posted a 152 OPS+ in 92 plate appearances in his first MLB action, but he also struck out 39 times for a 42.4 percent strikeout rate. Jose Garcia also made his MLB debut with 24 games of action as he auditioned for the Cincinnati Reds' 2021 shortstop job.

    Catcher Francisco Alvarez (18) has yet to play above rookie ball, while right-hander Francisco Morales (21) and Brennen Davis (21) closed out the 2019 season at Single-A, so all three have a ways to go in their development.

    With a 6'4", 200-pound frame, elite raw power and better-than-expected defense, Kody Hoese looks like the future at third base for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Re-signing Justin Turner to a one-year deal could be enough to bridge the gap.

    It has taken Josh Lowe some time to develop since the Tampa Bay Rays chose him with the No. 13 overall pick in the 2016 draft, but a breakout 2019 season and a strong Arizona Fall League performance has him looking like the center fielder of the future. He's still only 22 years old.

Nos. 90-81

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    Jackson Kowar
    Jackson KowarCharlie Riedel/Associated Press

    Prospects

    90. LHP Brailyn Marquez, CHC
    89. C Tyler Stephenson, CIN
    88. 1B/OF Ryan Mountcastle, BAL
    87. OF Garrett Mitchell, MIL
    86. SS Geraldo Perdomo, ARI
    85. OF Heston Kjerstad, BAL
    84. RHP Edward Cabrera, MIA
    83. OF Brandon Marsh, LAA
    82. RHP Alek Manoah, TOR
    81. RHP Jackson Kowar, KC

         

    Overview

    After Brady Singer and Kris Bubic joined the MLB rotation in 2020, Jackson Kowar could be the next up-and-coming starter to join the Kansas City Royals staff. The same is true of electric right-hander Edward Cabrera as a potential in-house boost to a Miami Marlins staff on the rise, while toolsy Los Angeles Angels outfielder Brandon Marsh will also be knocking on the door in 2021.

    With Jon Lester, Jose Quintana and Tyler Chatwood all headed for free agency, and a roster retooling perhaps forthcoming, hard-throwing Brailyn Marquez looks like a vital piece of the future puzzle for the Chicago Cubs.

    Alek Manoah impressed with a 2.65 ERA and a 27-to-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 17 innings after going No. 11 overall in the 2019 draft, while Geraldo Perdomo used a breakout season in 2019 to emerge as the shortstop of the future for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

    Slugger Heston Kjerstad has as much raw power as any 2020 draft prospect, and UCLA standout Garrett Mitchell immediately became the Milwaukee Brewers' top prospect after going No. 20 overall.

    Ryan Mountcastle hit .333/.386/.492 with five home runs and 23 RBI in 35 games in his first MLB action, and Tyler Stephenson went 5-for-17 with two home runs in his initial taste of the big leagues. Both look like long-term pieces for their respective clubs.

Nos. 80-71

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    Sam Huff
    Sam HuffTony Gutierrez/Associated Press

    Prospects

    80. SS Tyler Freeman, CLE
    79. RHP Jhoan Duran, MIN
    78. RHP Simeon Woods Richardson, TOR
    77. C Sam Huff, TEX
    76. LHP A.J. Puk, OAK
    75. 2B Nick Gonzales, PIT
    74. RHP Joe Ryan, TB
    73. 1B Triston Casas, BOS
    72. RHP Triston McKenzie, CLE
    71. SS Ronny Mauricio, NYM

         

    Overview

    The cash-strapped Cleveland Indians could trade both Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco this offseason, and they could replace them with Tyler Freeman and Triston McKenzie. The 23-year-old McKenzie posted a 3.24 ERA with 42 strikeouts in 33.1 innings in his MLB debut, and offensive-minded catcher Sam Huff also saw his first big league action with the Texas Rangers.

    Simeon Woods Richardson (NYM to TOR in Marcus Stroman trade) and Jhoan Duran (ARI to MIN in Eduardo Escobar trade) were both acquired in deadline trades and steadily climbed the ranks among pitching prospects.

    Shortstop Ronny Mauricio has by far the highest ceiling in the New York Mets system. The same is true of Triston Casas, who looks like the next homegrown offensive star in Boston.

    Can Nick Gonzales be a big piece of the Pittsburgh Pirates rebuild after demolishing lesser competition at New Mexico State and then going No. 7 overall in the 2020 draft? A starring turn in the Cape Cod League in 2019 provides plenty of reason for optimism.

    The Tampa Bay Rays develop pitching talent as well as any organization, and Joe Ryan could be their next impact arm after he posted a 1.96 ERA and 0.84 WHIP with 183 strikeouts in 123.2 innings over three minor league levels in 2019.

    After another injury-plagued season, A.J. Puk has tumbled down our rankings from a spot comfortably inside the top 50. He will turn 26 next April, and the window is starting to close on him living up to his vast potential. A full-time move to the bullpen might be in order to help keep him healthy.

Nos. 70-61

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    Dane Dunning
    Dane DunningRon Schwane/Associated Press

    Prospects

    70. RHP Dane Dunning, CWS
    69. 3B Josh Jung, TEX
    68. C Luis Campusano, SD
    67. 3B Jordan Groshans, TOR
    66. LHP Kyle Muller, ATL
    65. OF Trevor Larnach, MIN
    64. SS Noelvi Marte, SEA
    63. RHP Deivi Garcia, NYY
    62. RHP Shane Baz, TB
    61. C Keibert Ruiz, LAD

         

    Overview

    Will Keibert Ruiz wind up being a trade chip for the Los Angeles Dodgers? The 22-year-old homered in his first MLB at-bat and has little left to prove in the minors, but he's firmly blocked by Will Smith behind the plate.

    Luis Campusano joined him as one of baseball's best catching prospects after hitting .325/.396/.509 with 31 doubles, 15 home runs and 81 RBI at High-A in 2019, and he went 1-for-3 with a home run in his MLB debut on Sept. 4.

    New York Yankees right-hander Deivi Garcia (34.1 IP, 4.98 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, 33 K) and Chicago White Sox right-hander Dane Dunning (34.0 IP, 3.97 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 35 K) both made a strong case for being part of their team's 2021 rotation.

    As if the Tyler Glasnow and Austin Meadows for Chris Archer trade didn't already look like a slam dunk victory for the Tampa Bay Rays, right-hander Shane Baz has a chance to tip the scales even further with his electric stuff.

    Josh Jung (No. 8 in 2019) and Trevor Larnach (No. 20 in 2018) are two of the most polished college hitters to be drafted in recent years, while Jordan Groshans looks like the next homegrown offensive star for the Toronto Blue Jays.

    Seattle Mariners shortstop Noelvi Marte and Atlanta Braves left-hander Kyle Muller are two prospects who have something to prove and could rapidly rise in these rankings. Marte has not yet made his stateside debut after a stellar run in the Dominican Summer League, and Muller needs to trim a 5.5 BB/9 walk rate to reach his full potential.

Nos. 60-51

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    Jesus Sanchez
    Jesus SanchezManuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press

    Prospects

    60. RHP Emerson Hancock, SEA
    59. LHP Daniel Lynch, KC
    58. 2B Xavier Edwards, TB
    57. 2B Jeter Downs, BOS
    56. SS Oneil Cruz, PIT
    55. RHP Jordan Balazovic, MIN
    54. OF Jesus Sanchez, MIA
    53. RHP Clarke Schmidt, NYY
    52. OF Zac Veen, COL
    51. RHP Josiah Gray, LAD

         

    Overview

    Right-hander Josiah Gray is now the top prospect in the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system. The 6'1" right-hander went 11-2 with a 2.28 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 147 strikeouts in 130 innings in 2019 while reaching Double-A.

    Zac Veen (No. 9) and Emerson Hancock (No. 6) were two of the elite prospects in the 2020 draft class, and Veen is now the top prospect in the Colorado Rockies farm system after Brendan Rodgers exhausted his eligibility.

    Middle infielders Jeter Downs (LAD to BOS for Mookie Betts) and Xavier Edwards (SD to TB for Tommy Pham) were both traded last offseason. While their defensive profiles as second basemen put additional pressure on their bats, they have a chance to be impact offensive players.

    Clarke Schmidt will get a long look for a spot in the 2021 rotation after making his MLB debut on Sept. 4, while high-ceiling southpaw Daniel Lynch could join the Kansas City rotation in short order amid their current youth movement.

    The decision to trade Brusdar Graterol made 2019 breakout prospect Jordan Balazovic the top pitching prospect in Minnesota. Jesus Sanchez went 1-for-25 with 11 strikeouts in his MLB debut but still has significant upside. Oneil Cruz will be the top prospect in Pittsburgh once Ke'Bryan Hayes exits the rankings.

Nos. 50-41

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    Shane McClanahan
    Shane McClanahanEric Gay/Associated Press

    Prospects

    50. 2B Vidal Brujan, TB
    49. RHP Hunter Greene, CIN
    48. SS Jazz Chisholm, MIA
    47. LHP Shane McClanahan, TB
    46. 3B Nolan Gorman, STL
    45. LHP Nick Lodolo, CIN
    44. LHP DL Hall, BAL
    43. OF Jasson Dominguez, NYY
    42. LHP Asa Lacy, KC
    41. OF Alek Thomas, ARI

           

    Overview

    Vidal Brujan and Alek Thomas have similar offensive profiles as speedsters with the contact skills, advanced approach and on-base ability to be table-setters at the top of the order. With the defensive chops to handle center field, Thomas has a slightly higher overall ceiling.

    Asa Lacy (No. 4 in 2020) and Nick Lodolo (No. 7 in 2019) were the top college left-handers the past two seasons, and DL Hall (No. 21 in 2017) joins them in having a first-round pedigree and frontline upside. It isn't out of the question to think all three pitchers could be in the majors by 2022.

    Slugger Nolan Gorman has some of the best raw power in the minors, and toolsy infielder Jazz Chisholm got his feet wet in the majors in 2020 as he looks to stake claim to the starting shortstop job for the Miami Marlins.

    Left-hander Shane McClanahan made his MLB debut in the ALDS and wound up making four appearances for the Tampa Bay Rays in the playoffs. Command issues caused him to slip in the 2018 draft, but he impressed in 2019 when he posted a 3.36 ERA and a 154-to-45 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 120.2 innings over three levels. What will his role be in 2021 and beyond?

    A healthy Hunter Greene could quickly rise back up these rankings after he missed the 2019 season recovering from Tommy John surgery, and the additional time to recover in 2020 could prove beneficial.

    Scouting reports paint Jasson Dominguez as a future superstar and potential generational talent, but it's hard to rank him any higher than this before he plays his first professional game.

Nos. 40-31

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    Nick Madrigal
    Nick MadrigalGregory Bull/Associated Press

    Prospects

    40. 2B Nick Madrigal, CWS
    39. LHP Tarik Skubal, DET
    38. OF JJ Bleday, MIA
    37. OF Riley Greene, DET
    36. 3B Nolan Jones, CLE
    35. RHP Spencer Howard, PHI
    34. RHP Logan Gilbert, SEA
    33. LHP Matthew Liberatore, STL
    32. IF/OF Austin Martin, TOR
    31. OF Taylor Trammell, SEA

         

    Overview

    For the second straight summer, five-tool outfielder Taylor Trammell was on the move, going from San Diego to Seattle in the Austin Nola trade. Has he finally found a home with the Mariners?

    Meanwhile, left-hander Matthew Liberatore has a lot to live up to after he was traded from Tampa Bay to St. Louis last offseason in exchange for  Randy Arozarena.

    Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Spencer Howard (24.1 IP, 5.92 ERA) and Detroit Tigers left-hander Tarik Skubal (32.0 IP, 5.63 ERA) both have significant upside despite less-than-stellar debuts, while Nick Madrigal hit .340/.376/.369 with three extra-base hits in 109 plate appearances in the majors.

    On-base machine Nolan Jones has a .409 on-base percentage and 17.3 percent walk rate in his four minor league seasons, and Logan Gilbert has rocketed through the Seattle farm system since going No. 14 overall in 2018. Both could see the majors in 2021.

    Outfielders JJ Bleday (No. 4 in 2019) and Riley Greene (No. 5 in 2019) will likely be compared throughout their careers after going back-to-back in last year's draft, while Austin Martin (No. 5 in 2020) was the best pure hitter in the 2020 draft and is polished enough to beat them both to the majors.

Nos. 30-21

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    Forrest Whitley
    Forrest WhitleyJeff Roberson/Associated Press

    Prospects

    30. SS Marco Luciano, SF
    29. RHP Grayson Rodriguez, BAL
    28. OF Heliot Ramos, SF
    27. 1B Andrew Vaughn, CWS
    26. SS CJ Abrams, SD
    25. RHP Michael Kopech, CWS
    24. 1B/OF Alex Kirilloff, MIN
    23. RHP Forrest Whitley, HOU
    22. OF Kristian Robinson, ARI
    21. OF Drew Waters, ATL

          

    Overview

    Outfielder Kristian Robinson and Marco Luciano are two of the most promising international prospects to be signed in recent years, and both have the offensive upside to be superstars at the next level if they continue on their current developmental path.

    Electric right-hander Forrest Whitley and polished hitter Alex Kirilloff both struggled through down seasons in 2019, while Michael Kopech missed the entire year recovering from Tommy John surgery. All three have the tools and upside to be cornerstone pieces at the MLB level, and Kirilloff made his MLB debut by going 1-for-4 in Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series.

    First baseman Andrew Vaughn was the No. 3 overall pick in 2019 and could see the majors in 2021, taking over as the starting first baseman with Jose Abreu shifting into the DH role.

    Drew Waters has the well-rounded game to be a consistent contributor alongside Ronald Acuna Jr. and Cristian Pache in the Atlanta outfield, while CJ Abrams hit .393/.436/.647 with 24 extra-base hits and 15 steals in 34 games after going No. 6 overall in 2019.

    Hard-throwing Grayson Rodriguez has emerged as the future ace of the Baltimore Orioles staff thanks to his fastball-slider combination, and Heliot Ramos looks like the next cornerstone piece for the San Francisco Giants after hitting .290/.369/.481 with 41 extra-base hits in 102 games while reaching Double-A in 2019.

Nos. 20-11

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    Joey Bart
    Joey BartJeff Chiu/Associated Press

    Prospects

    20. RHP Matt Manning, DET
    19. SS Bobby Witt Jr., KC
    18. RHP Luis Patino, SD
    17. 1B/3B Spencer Torkelson, DET
    16. SS Royce Lewis, MIN
    15. LHP Brendan McKay, TB
    14. RHP Nate Pearson, TOR
    13. C Joey Bart, SF
    12. OF Julio Rodriguez, SEA
    11. C Adley Rutschman, BAL

         

    Overview

    Adley Rutschman and Bobby Witt Jr. both look like the future face of the franchise for a pair of rebuilding teams, and Rutschman is expected to rocket through the minors thanks to his polished overall game that includes a plus hit tool, good power and excellent receiving skills.

    Nate Pearson made his MLB debut in 2020 and walked 13 batters in 18 innings. With a 2.3 BB/9 rate in 123.1 innings in the minors, there's plenty of reason to believe that will improve, and his lethal fastball-slider combination and burly build give him ace upside.

    Catcher Joey Bart (111 PA, .233 BA, 7 XBH) and right-hander Luis Patino (11 G, 5.19 ERA, 10.9 K/9) also saw big league action, and they could be going head-to-head in the NL West for years to come. Will Bart stick in the majors once Buster Posey returns following his 2020 opt-out? Will Patino move into the rotation, continue to work in relief or return to the minors?

    Julio Rodriguez hit .326/.390/.540 with 26 doubles, 12 home runs and 69 RBI in his first season stateside in 2019, and he won't turn 20 years old until December.

    They might not be the No. 1 prospect in the Detroit farm system, but projectable right-hander Matt Manning and 2020 No. 1 overall pick Spencer Torkelson rank among the game's elite up-and-comers and as key pieces of the Detroit rebuild.

    Royce Lewis earns a spot inside the top 20 on the strength of his ceiling after a disappointing 2019 season, though he did rebound with a strong performance in the 2019 Arizona Fall League. Left-hander Brendan McKay also has something to prove after a lost 2020 season, but his polish and stuff give him an extremely high floor.

Nos. 10-1

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    Ian Anderson
    Ian AndersonTony Gutierrez/Associated Press

    Prospects

    10. OF Jarred Kelenic, SEA
    9. RHP Casey Mize, DET
    8. OF Dylan Carlson, STL
    7. OF Cristian Pache, ATL
    6. LHP MacKenzie Gore, SD
    5. 3B Ke'Bryan Hayes, PIT
    4. RHP Sixto Sanchez, MIA
    3. OF Randy Arozarena, TB
    2. RHP Ian Anderson, ATL
    1. SS Wander Franco, TB

         

    Overview

    Deciding where to slot Randy Arozarenawho still has prospect eligibility with just 84 at-bats in the majors during the regular seasonwas extremely difficult. The 25-year-old has some swing-and-miss to his game, and he'll need to make adjustments as pitchers figure out how to attack him, but there's simply no ignoring what he did in October.

    With that said, he still slots behind Wander Franco, who has arguably the most polished set of skills ever for a teenage prospect. The 19-year-old could get the call in 2021, and he's going to be a superstar.

    Also slotted ahead of Arozarena is Ian Anderson, who posted a 1.95 ERA in 32.1 innings during the regular season, then allowed 11 hits and two earned runs with 24 strikeouts in 18.2 innings as the team's No. 2 starter during the postseason. Max Fried and Mike Soroka are excellent pitchers, but he's the future ace in Atlanta.

    Also impressive in their first taste of MLB action were Sixto Sanchez (7 GS, 3-2, 3.46 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, 33 K, 39.0 IP) and Ke'Bryan Hayes (95 PA, .376/.442/.682, 14 XBH). Both could be All-Stars in 2021.

    MacKenzie Gore and Jarred Kelenic are the only prospects ranked inside the top 10 other than Franco who have yet to make their MLB debuts, which means this list could looks significantly different by the All-Star break next year. Taking that one step further, don't be surprised if both of those budding stars break through in the big leagues as well.

    Outfielder Dylan Carlson posted a .962 OPS with seven extra-base hits in his final 11 games after struggling early on in the majors, then went 3-for-9 with a double in the Wild Card Series. Cristian Pache ended up in the starting lineup for the Braves in the NLCS after Adam Duvall went down with an injury, and he looked right at home on the big stage.

    Despite a 6.99 ERA and 1.48 WHIP in 28.1 innings, Casey Mize remains the future ace of the staff in Detroit and the top prospect in a stacked farm system.

    So there you have it, the top 100 prospects as we the 2020-21 MLB offseason gets underway. Will any of them be on the move in blockbuster trades? Which up-and-comers will break camp with a spot on the Opening Day roster?

Team-by-Team Breakdown

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    Brendan McKay is one of nine Tampa Bay Rays prospects in our Top 100.
    Brendan McKay is one of nine Tampa Bay Rays prospects in our Top 100.Michael Wyke/Associated Press

    ARI (3): OF Kristian Robinson (22), OF Alek Thomas (41), SS Geraldo Perdomo (86)

    ATL (4): RHP Ian Anderson (2), OF Cristian Pache (7), OF Drew Waters (21), LHP Kyle Muller (66)

    BAL (5): C Adley Rutschman (11), RHP Grayson Rodriguez (29), LHP DL Hall (44), OF Heston Kjerstad (85), 1B/OF Ryan Mountcastle (88)

    BOS (3): 2B Jeter Downs (57), 1B Triston Casas (73), 1B/3B Bobby Dalbec (92)

    CHC (2): LHP Brailyn Marquez (90), OF Brennen Davis (96)

    CWS (4): RHP Michael Kopech (25), 1B Andrew Vaughn (27), 2B Nick Madrigal (40), RHP Dane Dunning (70)

    CIN (5): LHP Nick Lodolo (45), RHP Hunter Greene (49), C Tyler Stephenson (89), OF Austin Hendrick (97), SS Jose Garcia (99)

    CLE (3): 3B Nolan Jones (36), RHP Triston McKenzie (72), SS Tyler Freeman (80)

    COL (1): OF Zac Veen (52)

    DET (5): RHP Casey Mize (9), 1B/3B Spencer Torkelson (17), RHP Matt Manning (20), OF Riley Greene (37), LHP Tarik Skubal (39)

    HOU (1): RHP Forrest Whitley (23)

    KC (4): SS Bobby Witt Jr. (19), LHP Asa Lacy (42), LHP Daniel Lynch (59), RHP Jackson Kowar (81)

    LAA (2): OF Brandon Marsh (83), LHP Reid Detmers (98)

    LAD (3): RHP Josiah Gray (51), C Keibert Ruiz (61), 3B Kody Hoese (95)

    MIA (6): RHP Sixto Sanchez (4), OF JJ Bleday (38), SS Jazz Chisholm (48), OF Jesus Sanchez (54), RHP Edward Cabrera (84), RHP Max Meyer (91)

    MIL (1): OF Garrett Mitchell (87)

    MIN (5): SS Royce Lewis (16), 1B/OF Alex Kirilloff (24), RHP Jordan Balazovic (55), OF Trevor Larnach (65), RHP Jhoan Duran (79)

    NYM (2): SS Ronny Mauricio (71), C Francisco Alvarez (93)

    NYY (3): OF Jasson Dominguez (43), RHP Clarke Schmidt (53), RHP Deivi Garcia (63)

    OAK (1): LHP A.J. Puk (76)

    PHI (2): RHP Spencer Howard (35), RHP Francisco Morales (94)

    PIT (3): 3B Ke'Bryan Hayes (4), SS Oneil Cruz (56), 2B Nick Gonzales (75)

    SD (4): LHP MacKenzie Gore (6), RHP Luis Patino (18), SS CJ Abrams (26), C Luis Campusano (68)

    SF (3): C Joey Bart (13), OF Heliot Ramos (28), SS Marco Luciano (30)

    SEA (6): OF Jarred Kelenic (10), OF Julio Rodriguez (12), OF Taylor Trammell (31), RHP Logan Gilbert (34), RHP Emerson Hancock (60), SS Noelvi Marte (64)

    STL (3): OF Dylan Carlson (8), LHP Matthew Liberatore (33), 3B Nolan Gorman (46)

    TB (9): SS Wander Franco (1), OF Randy Arozarena (3), LHP Brendan McKay (15), LHP Shane McClanahan (47), 2B Vidal Brujan (50), 2B Xavier Edwards (58), RHP Shane Baz (62), RHP Joe Ryan (74), OF Josh Lowe (100)

    TEX (2): 3B Josh Jung (69), C Sam Huff (77)

    TOR (5): RHP Nate Pearson (14), SS/OF Austin Martin (32), 3B Jordan Groshans (67), RHP Simeon Woods Richardson (78), Alek Manoah (82)

         

    All stats courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs