Baseball's Top 50 Prospects 2015

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Team

Position

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Lucas Giolito

Nationals

RHP

Giolito has a plus fastball which should be averaging mid to upper 90’s by the time he reaches the big leagues. He also has a good curveball that could get the best of MLB players.

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Joey Gallo

Rangers

3B/OF

This is a big kid with plenty of power of the bat that has been tormenting pitchers in the minors. All he needs is a little work on his approach and he will be big league ready.

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Corey Seager

Dodgers

SS

Seager is primed to be the dodgers SS of the future. He is wicked both with the leather and the wood.

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Kyle Shwarber

Cubs

C

This guy can hit, it’s as simple as that.

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J.P. Crawford

Phillies

SS

Can you say future gold glover?

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Julio Urias

Dodgers

LHP

It is hard to believe this kid is only 18 years old.

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Orlando Arcia

Brewers

SS

As a 20 year old he is already one of the best players in the Southern League.

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Alex Reyes

Cardinals

RHP

With a plus fastball and curveball Alex has a promising future as long as his arm holds up.

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Trea Turner

Nationals

SS

This guy has the potential to be one of the best shortstops in the league… soon.

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Yoan Moncada

Red Sox

2B

The potential is there with this young kid, now it is all about him executing.

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Michael Conforto

Mets

LF

Straight out of college this kid can straight up rake.

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Rafael Devers

Red Sox

3B

Rafael may not be the best with the leather… but his bat speaks for itself.

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Aaron Judge

Yankees

RF

So he is 6’7” 270lbs…. and can hit bombs. All he needs is to hone in his plate discipline and he will be big league ready.

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Aaron Nola

Phillies

RHP

Nola is a very consistent pitcher, he can be a guy the Phillies can count on for years to come.

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Luis Severino

Yankess

RHP

Luis has some wicked stuff… longevity could be an issue with him though due to his smaller frame.

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Hector Olivera

Dodgers

2B

This is a kid that is big league ready, who has a solid bat and a really good glove.

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Dan Norris

Tigers

LHP

With his fastball in the upper 90’s and a hammer of a curveball Dan will have great success in the bigs.

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Jose De Leon

Dodgers

RHP

With a good mid 90’s fastball and a solid off speed pitch Jose De Leon was the steal of the 2013 draft.

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Franklin Barreto

Athletics

SS

With his big frame Barreto may not stay a SS for long, but his bat will carry over to whatever position he will play.

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Bradley Zimmer

Indians

OF

This man can hit and hit with power.

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Jose Berrios

Twins

RHP

With solid stuff and pinpoint accuracy Jose will be a good pitcher in the bigs.

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Brett Phillips

Astros

OF

Brett has a good glove and bat, but we aren’t quite sure as to where he fits in the Astros outfield.

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Gleyber Torres

Cubs

SS

Another great hitting infielder for the Cubbies.

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David Dahl

Rockies

OF

David Dahl has a plus bat and a good glove in the outfield.

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Raul Mondesi

Royals

SS

The only thing Raul is lacking in is plate discipline.

 

Manuel Margot

Red Sox

OF

Unlike most of the prospects on this list, Margot has great plate discipline. He can also range out there in the outfield.

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Jose Peraza

Braves

IF

Jose is quick, not Billy Hamilton fast but he is pretty close.

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Billy McKinney

Cubs

OF

Yea, the cubs are stacked with young talent… everywhere. Billy is a plus bat and glove in the OF.

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Dalton Pompey

Blue Jays

OF

He is not quite big league ready, but in a few years he will be a solid player.

 

Joe Ross

Nationals

RHP

Having pitched a few solid games in the majors already, Joe will be a great pitcher for the Nats in no time.

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Jeff Hoffman

Blue Jays

RHP

Jeff has a few plus pitches, but it is all about how he bounces back from Tommy John surgery as to how his big league career will go.

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Nomar Mazara

Rangers

OF

This guy has a good bat, and wil be a valuable asset in the Rangers OF for years to come.

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Jon Gray

Rockies

RHP

When Gray is on, he is on and unhittable. The thing is though he could be on his A-game more often.

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Robert Stephenson

Reds

RHP

Much like Gray, Stephenson is nearly unhittable and is a strikeout king. When he is off he is good at walking people.

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Brian Johnson

Red Sox

LHP

Johnson is a very consistent starter, you know what you’re going to get from him day in and day out.

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Mark Appel

Astros

RHP

This is a guy with 3 great pitches that could be an ace when he learns to be consistent.

 

Tim Anderson

White Sox

SS

Tim is a young player with a great bat and glove. You will see him in the MLB sooner rather than later.

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Sean Newcomb

Angels

LHP

This guy has great stuff that is really hard to hit.

 

Ozzie Albies

Braves

SS

Albies will be a great contact hitter for years to come.

 

Blake Snell

Rays

LHP

Future Ace. This kid can pitch… it’s that simple.

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Alex Jackson

Mariners

OF

Alex is young, still several years out from the bigs; he has the tools to eventually be an all-star.

 

Brent Honeywell

Rays

RHP

Brent is a consistent pitcher that can be a solid middle of the rotation guy.

 

Willy Adames

Rays

SS

The only thing Willy is missing is speed.

 

Ketel Marte

Mariners

SS

Metel is the kind of guy pitchers hate to face because he always puts the ball in play.

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Jake Thompson

Rangers

RHP

A solid pitcher, with good stuff that is consistent. You can’t ask for much more.

 

Henry Owens

Red Sox

LHP

He needs to work on his consistency, but he has the stuff that could make him a successful big leaguer.

 

Tyler Kolek

Marlins

RHP

This kid throws gas, high 90’s. His accuracy needs some refinement though.

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Brandon Nimmo

Mets

OF

Nimmo has a great glove in the outfield and knows how to get on base by any means necessary.

 

Josh Bell

Pirates

1B

Inconsistency is Josh’s struggle.

 

Amed Rosario

Mets

SS

A good young prospect who shows promise with both the bat and the glove.

 

 


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