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Top 75 Arizona Fall League Hitters For 2019

Top 75 Arizona Fall League Hitters For 2019

One of the first projects Matt Thompson and myself (Ralph) worked on after the start of the site was the 2018 Arizona Fall League Top 75 hitters. It was a fun project, and allowed us to dig in a little on the rosters going into the other Fall Classic. This year’s group feels top heavy, but the perception of depth can change a lot over the course of the six-week season. Below we have ranked all of the players and compiled their statistics from the 2019 MiLB campaign.

UPDATED: 2018 First-Year Player Draft Top 100 for Dynasty Leagues

UPDATED: 2018 First-Year Player Draft Top 100 for Dynasty Leagues

It’s been a long two months since we released our first edition of our 2018 First Year Player Draft rankings for dynasty leagues. While there’s been little to no game play since then there’s been time to dive a little deeper. Working as a collective unit on our Top 30 ranks will do that to you. It also forces you to dig a little deeper into the player pool, and that often leads to more refined knowledge on many of the players listed below. For example much has changed for Nico Hoerner since our first ranking. After showing well in the Arizona Fall League coming of injury and fresh out of the draft is a rare feat. We also have the privilege of working with Jason Pennini, who spent an entire Fall League’s worth of time in AZ. Due to Jason’s traveling ways we also got some looks at players in instructional ball in both Arizona and Florida. And of course Jason Woodell was stalking the fields of Florida as well. So all this to say we got live looks like Biggie got bars. Then to top it all of we’ve had some players sign (see: Kikuchi, Yusei, etc), and others we’ve fallen for. So why not update right? Right!

Atlanta Braves Top 30 Prospects

Atlanta Braves Top 30 Prospects
  1. Touki Toussaint, RHP

  2. Cristian Pache, CF

  3. Austin Riley, 3B

  4. Mike Soroka, RHP

  5. Ian Anderson, RHP