Eddy, Matt and Ralph each submitted their lists, combined them, and out came this beauty. These rankings include J2 signings and 2019 MLB draftees. If you skipped the headline for some weird reason, these are fantasy rankings. As such, we value batters over pitchers and don’t give much weight to elite defenders just because their glove is good. Enjoy!
I don’t know about y’all, but I was stoked over our Top 100 Prospects list that dropped a little over a week ago. I got a behind the scenes look at the process our team took and came away impressed. The guys did a great job individually and the combined list made a clear picture of who deserved to be called a top 100 prospect.
That said, I wanted to bring something to the table to supplement all of their hard work. Ever since the list was finalized I’ve been scouring Minor Graphs to find charts for each of our top 100 prospects. My goal was to get a visual that displayed an improvement in a certain area or highlighted a skill that contributes to their top 100 prospect designation.
All of the following graphs are in the same order as our Top 100 list and were created through Minor Graphs.