Organization Top 20 Prospect Lists for 2014
2015 Baseball prospect season begins today, with a review of the 2014 Top 50 PRE-SEASON hitting prospects list.
The Marlins organization features numerous pitching prospects, but additional bats would help.
The Pittsburgh Pirates farm system remains one of the best in the game.
The Milwaukee Brewers farm system still lacks impact depth, but there was good news for the organization in 2014.
It was a difficult year in Boston, with Red Sox rookies like Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley failing to reach expectations. On the other hand, Mookie Betts was excellent, and the farm system still has considerable depth in talent.
The Rangers had a rough season at the major league level, but the farm organization remains stocked with high-ceiling talent.
This first place team has a strong farm system, balanced between hitting and pitching and headlined by top prospects Julio Urias, Corey Seager, and Joc Pederson.
Dellin Betances has found his niche in the Yankees bullpen. Meanwhile, a farm system in transition prepares to bring in new front office blood and a horde of international signees.
Trevor Bauer and T.J. House provided rookie reinforcement in the starting rotation for the Cleveland Indians this year.
Rookie southpaw Tyler Matzek has held his own in the majors despite an erratic minor league career.
Kevin Gausman has been a key product of the farm system for the Orioles in 2014. How is the rest of the organization doing?