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The aggregate Top 100 MLB Prospects

Elite minor league talent is a hot commodity, no matter the franchise. Whether it be small-market teams like Baltimore and Pittsburgh, who stacked their systems with high-end talent through rebuilds, or the seemingly infinitely wealthy Dodgers, teams understand the importance of accumulating and developing prospects. And with Spring Training now nearing completion, many of the sport’s best young talents have made their case to take their game to the next level in 2023.

The MLB offseason is the time when most publications take the time and effort to reconfigure their prospect rankings, but with so many renowned voices in the industry, it can be hard to gauge what the consensus opinion is regarding certain prospects. Below is the list of the top 100 prospects made by combining the lists of seven major outlets – Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus, MLB Pipeline, FanGraphs, The Athletic (assembled by Keith Law), ESPN (assembled by Kiley McDaniel), and Prospects Live.

Note: Some players were considered prospect-eligible by playing time but not by service time (Gabriel Moreno, Shane Baz). Additionally, not all publications consider international free agents (Kodai Senga, Masataka Yoshida) as prospects despite being rookie-eligible. Because of this, those four players were not considered for inclusion across all outlets and thus are not included in this exercise.

1Gunnar HendersonOriolesSS12
2Corbin CarrollDiamondbacksOF16
3Jordan WalkerCardinalsOF214
4Jackson ChourioBrewersOF311
5Elly De La CruzRedsSS410
6Francisco AlvarezMetsC313
7Anthony VolpeYankeesSS314
8Andrew PainterPhilliesRHP513
9Eury PerezMarlinsRHP413
10James WoodNationalsOF317
11Grayson RodriguezOriolesRHP617
12Marcelo MayerRed SoxSS718
13Jordan LawlerDiamondbacksSS824
14Jackson HollidayOriolesSS919
15Jackson MerrillPadresSS1022
16Diego CartayaDodgersC628
17Druw JonesDiamondbacksOF833
18Kyle HarrisonGiantsLHP1238
19Pete Crow-ArmstrongCubsOF1436
20Brett BatyMets3B1735
21Bobby MillerDodgersRHP2133
22Ricky TiedemannBlue JaysLHP1547
23Curtis MeadRays2B1636
24Termarr JohnsonPirates2B1849
25Colson MontgomeryWhite SoxSS1539
26Triston CasasRed Sox1B2340
27Ezequiel TovarRockiesSS1769
28Daniel EspinoGuardiansRHP1693
29Endy RodriguezPiratesC2255
30Masyn WinnCardinalsSS2350
31Marco LucianoGiantsSS1897
32Evan CarterRangersOF2267
33Gavin WilliamsGuardiansRHP2081
34Taj BradleyRaysRHP2060
35Brooks LeeTwinsSS1965
36Tyler SoderstromAthleticsC2378
37Hunter BrownAstrosRHP2180
38Sal FrelickBrewersOF3068
39Miguel VargasDodgers3B2380
40Brandon PfaadtDiamondbacksRHP1683
41Mick AbelPhilliesRHP2577
42Noelvi MarteReds3B2094
43Jasson DominguezYankeesOF2867
44Zac VeenRockiesOF2795
45Oswald PerazaYankeesSS3476
46Josh JungRangers3B29100
47Henry DavisPiratesC3073
48Gavin StoneDodgersRHP3959
49Colton CowserOriolesOF30NR
50Cam CollierReds3B1775
51Edwin ArroyoRedsSS4081
52Robert Hassell IIINationalsOF35NR
53Tink HenceCardinalsRHP3877
54Logan O’HoppeAngelsC4277
55Royce LewisTwinsSS40NR
56Cade CavalliNationalsRHP4971
57Elijah GreenNationalsOF35NR
58Kevin ParadaMetsC36NR
59Tanner BibeeGuardiansRHP3693
60Kyle ManzardoRays1B4283
61Zach NetoAngelsSS4789
62Emmanuel RodriguezTwinsOF42NR
63Brayan RocchioGuardiansSS22NR
64Owen WhiteRangersRHP32NR
65Michael BuschDodgers2B46NR
66Adael AmadorRockiesSS4398
67George ValeraGuardiansOF27NR
68Harry FordMarinersC49NR
69Carson WilliamsRaysSS39NR
70Bo NaylorGuardiansC45NR
71Ceddanne RafaelaRed SoxOF37NR
72Kevin AlcantaraCubsOF29NR
73Miguel BleisRed SoxOF2095
74Coby MayoOrioles3B36NR
75Gordon GraceffoCardinalsRHP58NR
76Gavin CrossRoyalsOF52NR
77Jordan WestburgOriolesSS66NR
78Max MeyerMarlinsRHP61NR
79DL HallOriolesLHP64NR
80Quinn PriesterPiratesRHP57NR
81Edgar QueroAngelsC43NR
82Bryce MillerMarinersRHP68NR
83Andy PagesDodgersOF58NR
84Logan AllenGuardiansLHP53NR
85Drew RomoRockiesC58NR
86Bryan RamosWhite Sox3B48NR
87Alex RamirezMetsOF68NR
88Brennen DavisCubsOF50NR
89Dalton RushingDodgersC56NR
90Wilmer FloresTigersRHP66NR
91Jackson JobeTigersRHP63NR
92Ken WaldichukAthleticsLHP63NR
93Joey OrtizOriolesSS66NR
94Ryan PepiotDodgersRHP55NR
95Dylan LeskoPadresRHP69NR
96Ronny MauricioMetsSS56NR
97Joey WiemerBrewersOF65NR
98Brice TurangBrewers2B65NR
99Oscar ColasWhite SoxOF76NR
100Drey JamesonDiamondbacksRHP69NR

Ethan Fisher

Jesus paid it all. Forever hoping Bob Nutting will just pay anyone. Ke'Bryan Hayes is the best 3B in the NL Central. Always talking Pirates/baseball in general on Twitter @efisher330

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