2016 MLB Prospects: Top 100 Prospects

As more and more teams look for young, controllable talent, it becomes necessary for baseball fans to become acquainted with the prospects within their system. Not only are these players capable of becoming the future stars of their teams, but they are also the chips that could be cashed in for more “ready” talent to get your team to the next level. As a fan, not a scout, I’ve compiled the Top 100 Prospects in Major League Baseball for your enjoyment. Get to know the following players:

1. Corey Seager, 3B/SS, Los Angeles Dodgers

The Dodgers are loaded with talent and Seager is monster of their talented group of prospects
The Dodgers are loaded with talent and Seager is monster of their talented group of prospects

2. Byron Buxton, OF, Minnesota Twins

3. Lucas Giolito, RHP, Washington Nationals

4. Julio Urias, LHP, Los Angeles Dodgers

5. J.P. Crawford, SS, Philadelphia Phillies

6. Joey Gallo, 3B/OF, Texas Rangers

7. Tyler Glasnow, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates

8. Nomar Mazara, OF, Texas Rangers

9. Trea Turner, 2B/SS, Washington Nationals

10. Rafael Devers, 3B, Boston Red Sox

11. Yoan Moncada, 2B, Boston Red Sox

12. Brendan Rodgers, SS, Colorado Rockies

13. Steven Matz, LHP, New York Mets

14. Dansby Swanson, SS, Atlanta Braves

15. Bradley Zimmer, OF, Cleveland Indians

16. Orlando Arcia, SS, Milwaukee Brewers

17. Aaron Judge, OF, New York Yankees

18. Jose Berrios, RHP, Minnesota Twins

19. Sean Newcomb, LHP, Atlanta Braves

20. Robert Stephenson, RHP, Cincinnati Reds

21. Jose De Leon, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers

22. Alex Bregman, SS, Houston Astros

23. Austin Meadows, OF, Pittsburgh Pirates

24. Franklin Barreto, SS, Oakland Athletics

25. Alex Reyes, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals

26. Manuel Margot, OF, San Diego Padres

27. Gleyber Torres, SS, Chicago Cubs

28. Jose Peraza, 2B, Cincinnati Reds

29. Jesse Winker, OF, Cincinnati Reds

Winker could be ready by the time the Reds find a taker for Jay Bruce
Winker could be ready by the time the Reds find a taker for Jay Bruce

30. Jon Gray, RHP, Colorado Rockies

31. Clint Frazier, OF, Cleveland Indians

32. Billy McKinney, OF, Chicago Cubs

33. Raul Mondesi, SS, Kansas City Royals

34. Josh Bell, 1B, Pittsburgh Pirates

35. Jeff Hoffman, RHP, Colorado Rockies

36. David Dahl, OF, Colorado Rockies

37. Ozhaino Albies, SS, Atlanta Braves

38. Willy Adames, SS, Tampa Bay Rays

39. Brett Phillips, OF, Milwaukee Brewers

40. Tim Anderson, SS, Chicago White Sox

41. Archie Bradley, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks

42. Jameson Taillon, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates

43. Jorge Alfaro, C, Philadelphia Phillies

44. Blake Snell, LHP, Tampa Bay Rays

45. Mark Appel, RHP, Philadelphia Phillies

46. Carson Fulmer, RHP, Chicago White Sox

47. Ryan McMahon, 3B, Colorado Rockies

48. Brent Honeywell, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays

49. Alex Jackson, OF, Seattle Mariners

50. Tyler Kolek, RHP, Miami Marlins

51. Nick Williams, OF, Philadelphia Phillies

52. Grant Holmes, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers

53. A.J. Reed, 1B, Houston Astros

54. Aaron Blair, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks

55. Jake Thompson, RHP, Philadelphia Phillies

56. Daz Cameron, OF, Houston Astros

57. Hunter Harvey, RHP, Baltimore Orioles

58. Dylan Bundy, RHP, Baltimore Orioles

Bundy still has the talent to be an ace - and he is another year removed from surgery
Bundy still has the talent to be an ace – and he is another year removed from surgery

59. Lewis Brinson, OF, Texas Rangers

60. Carl Edwards, Jr., RHP, Chicago Cubs

61. Andrew Benintendi, OF, Boston Red Sox

62. Francelis Montas, RHP, Chicago White Sox

63. Kyle Tucker, OF, Houston Astros

64. Alen Hanson, 2B/SS, Pittsburgh Pirates

65. Tyler Jay, LHP, Minnesota Twins

66. Touki Toussaint, RHP, Atlanta Braves

67. Amir Garrett, LHP, Cincinnati Reds

68. Rob Kaminsky, LHP, Cleveland Indians

69. Brandon Nimmo, OF, New York Mets

70. Duane Underwood, RHP, Chicago Cubs

71. Jorge Polanco, 2B/SS, Minnesota Twins

72. Nick Gordon, SS, Minnesota Twins

73. Javier Guerra, SS, San Diego Padres

74. Braden Shipley, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks

75. Forrest Wall, 2B, Colorado Rockies

76. Daniel Robertson, SS, Tampa Bay Rays

77. Trent Clark, OF, Milwaukee Brewers

78. Amed Rosario, SS, New York Mets

79. Hunter Renfroe, OF, San Diego Padres

80. Jonathan Harris, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays

81. Garrett Whitley, OF, Tampa Bay Rays

82. Kolby Allard, RHP, Atlanta Braves

83. Gavin Cecchini, SS, New York Mets

84. Dominic Smith, 1B, New York Mets

85. Jorge Mateo, SS, New York Yankees

86. Cornellus Randolph, OF, Philadelphia Phillies

87. Luis Ortiz, RHP, Texas Rangers

88. Ashe Russell, RHP, Kansas City Royals

89. Mike Nikorak, RHP, Colorado Rockies

90. Tyler Stephenson, C, Cincinnati Reds

91. Albert Almora, OF, Chicago Cubs

92. Max Kepler, OF, Minnesota Twins

93. Michael Fulmer, RHP, Detroit Tigers

94. Kyle Zimmer, RHP, Kansas City Royals

95. Anthony Alford, OF, Toronto Blue Jays

96. Keury Mella, RHP, Cincinnati Reds

97. Raimel Tapia, OF, Colorado Rockies

98. Brady Aiken, LHP, Cleveland Indians

Aiken could be a steal for the Indians, who continue to grow an interesting farm
Aiken could be a steal for the Indians, who continue to grow an interesting farm

99. Jack Flaherty, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals

100. Brian Johnson, LHP, Boston Red Sox

 

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12 thoughts on “2016 MLB Prospects: Top 100 Prospects

    1. The 1B-only profile is difficult to rank, as he has to reach his peak offensively to touch his ceiling. There is very little room for error. With that being said – I love him and think that he will be an excellent hitter.

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    1. I had 8 other Colorado Rockies and I think that Rodgers and Wall are better long-term at 2B/SS than Story will be. Also, his first go-round in AA (2014) plus his 68:16 K:BB upon his promotion to AAA show that he’s going to need time upon his promotion to figure things out, but teams don’t really have time to allow players to adjust at the Major League level, and the Rockies didn’t let Tim Wheeler do it several years ago. He’s good, but he isn’t even a top 10 prospect in the Rockies system, in my opinion.

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    1. If you’re talking Dillon, he’ll be a couple of years but is just outside of this list. I’d like to see how he does in AA considering his low-level collegiate setting. He has incredible stuff, but the Rangers have failed before with a guy from a small college in the early first round (Choice, Michael).

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