Philadelphia Phillies 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

1: J.P. Crawford SS
2: Aaron Nola RHP
3: Maikel Franco 3B
4: Jesse Biddle LHP
5: Kenny Giles RHP
6: Cam Perkins OF
7: Matt Imhof LHP
8: Cord Sandberg OF
9: Roman Quinn OF
10: Deivi Grullon C
11: Willians Astudillo 1B
12: Jesmuel Valentin 2B
13: Kelly Dugan OF
14: Severino Gonzalez RHP
15: Carlos Tocci OF
16: Miguel A. Gonzalez RHP
17: Aaron Brown OF
18: Dylan Cozens OF
19: Ranger Suarez LHP
20: Adam Morgan LHP

Oakland Athletics 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

OAKLAND ATHLETICS

1: Daniel Robertson SS
2: Matt Olson 1B
3: Matt Chapman 3B
4: Renato Nunez 3B
5: Raul Alcantara RHP
6: Seth Streich RHP
7: Chad Pinder 2B
8: Billy Burns OF
9: Yairo Nunez SS
10: Brett Graves RHP
11: Ryon Healy 1B/3B
12: Dylan Covey RHP
13: Max Muncy 1B
14: Dillon Overton LHP
15: Boog Powell OF
16: Michael Ynoa RHP
17: Bobby Wahl RHP
18: Bruce Maxwell C
19: Trace Loehr SS
20: Dan Gossett RHP

New York Yankees 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

NEW YORK YANKEES

1: Luis Severino RHP
2: Aaron Judge OF
3: Gary Sanchez C
4: Rob Refsnyder 2B
5: Eric Jagielo 3B
6: Ian Clarkin LHP
7: Jacob Lindgren LHP
8: Manny Banuelos LHP
9: Jorge Mateo SS
10: Greg Bird 1B
11: Luis Torrens C
12: Tyler Austin OF
13: Jake Cave OF
14: Ty Hensley RHP
15: Mason Williams OF
16: Bryan Mitchell RHP
17: Gosuke Katoh 2B
18: Abiatal Avelino SS
19: Miguel Andujar 3B
20: Austin DeCarr RHP

New York Mets 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

NEW YORK METS

1: Noah Syndergaard RHP
2: Michael Conforto OF
3: Kevin Plawecki C
4: Dilson Herrera 2B
5: Steven Matz LHP
6: Rafael Montero RHP
7: Marcos Molina RHP
8: Brandon Nimmo OF
9: Dominic Smith 1B
10: Amed Rosario SS
11: Gavin Cecchini SS
12: Matt Reynolds SS/2B
13: Wuilmer Becerra OF
14: Gabriel Ynoa RHP
15: Jhoan Urena 3B
16: Casey Meisner RHP
17: John Gant RHP
18: Matt Bowman RHP
19: Blake Taylor LHP
20: Michael Fulmer RHP

Minnesota Twins 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

MINNESOTA TWINS

1: Byron Buxton OF
2: Miguel Sano 3B
3: Nick Gordon SS
4: Kohl Stewart RHP
5: Jose Berrios RHP
6: Alex Meyer RHP
7: Trevor May RHP
8: Lewis Thorpe RHP
9: Nick Burdi RHP
10: Jorge Polanco 2B/SS
11: Michael Cederoth RHP
12: Eddie Rosario 2B
13: Felix Jorge RHP
14: Max Kepler 1B/OF
15: Amaurys Minier OF
16: Taylor Rogers LHP
17: Jake Reed RHP
18: Stephen Gonsalves LHP
19: Stuart Turner C
20: Adam Brett Walker OF

Milwaukee Brewers 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS

1: Tyrone Taylor OF
2: Monte Harrison OF
3: Orlando Arcia SS
4: Kodi Medeiros LHP
5: Clint Coulter C
6: Jacob Gatewood SS
7: Devin Williams RHP
8: Tyler Wagner RHP
9: Taylor Williams RHP
10: Gilbert Lara SS
11: Johnny Hellweg RHP
12: Jorge Lopez LHP
13: Taylor Jungmann RHP
14: Victor Roache OF
15: Tucker Neuhaus 3B
16: David Goforth RHP
17: Hunter Morris 1B
18: Michael Reed OF
19: Ariel Pena RHP
20: Miguel Diaz RHP

Miami Marlins 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

MIAMI MARLINS

1: Andrew Heaney LHP
2: Tyler Kolek RHP
3: Anthony DeSclafani RHP
4: Justin Nicolino LHP
5: Domingo German RHP
6: J.T. Realmuto C
7: Trevor Williams RHP
8: Jose Urena RHP
9: Avery Romero 2B
10: Brian Anderson 2B/3B
11: Justin Twine SS
12: Adam Conley LHP
13: Austin Barnes C
14: Carlos Lopez OF
15: Austin Brice RHP
16: Matt Milroy RHP
17: Blake Anderson C
18: Isael Soto OF
19: Austin Dean OF
20: John Norwood OF

Los Angeles Dodgers 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS

1: Julio Urias LHP
2: Corey Seager 3B
3: Joc Pederson OF
4: Grant Holmes RHP
5: Alex Verdugo OF
6: Jose De Leon RHP
7: Alex Guerrero 2B
8: Zach Lee RHP
9: Zach Bird RHP
10: Chris Reed LHP
11: Chris Anderson RHP
12: Tom Windle LHP
13: Scott Schebler OF
14: Julian Leon C
15: Jose Dominguez RHP
16: Cody Bellinger 1B
17: Pedro Baez RHP
18: Kyle Farmer C
19: Jeff Brigham RHP
20: Jacob Scavuzzo OF

Los Angeles Angels 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

LOS ANGELES ANGELS

1: Sean Newcomb LHP
2: Joe Gatto RHP
3: Cam Bedrosian RHP
4: Hunter Green LHP
5: Ricardo Sanchez LHP
6: Chris Ellis RHP
7: Kaleb Cowart 3B
8: Victor Alcantara RHP
9: Alex Yarbrough 2B
10: Trevor Gott RHP
11: Natanael Delgado OF
12: Chad Hinshaw OF
13: Mark Sappington RHP
14: Jeremy Rhoades RHP
15: Kyle McGowin RHP
16: Eric Stamets SS
17: Michael Fish OF
18: Cal Towey 3B/C
19: Nate Smith LHP
20: Michael Roth LHP

Kansas City Royals 2015 Top 20 Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank each team’s top overall prospects. My criteria are based on A: Past Performance and B: Future Potential (50% of each per prospect)

Disclaimer: I am not a professional scout, nor did I attend any minor league games this year. These lists are the product of my own research of online scouting reports and scouting videos, as well as statistics, and are compiled purely for entertainment purposes.

Send your questions or feedback to me on twitter @Jaypers413

To qualify for these lists, a prospect must have no more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues.

KANSAS CITY ROYALS

1: Kyle Zimmer RHP
2: Raul A. Mondesi SS
3: Brandon Finnegan LHP
4: Sean Manaea LHP
5: Hunter Dozier SS
6: Foster Griffin LHP
7: Christian Binford RHP
8: Miguel Almonte RHP
9: Jorge Bonifacio OF
10: Scott Blewett RHP
11: Bubba Starling OF
12: Cheslor Cuthbert 3B
13: Ryan O’Hearn 1B/OF
14: Samir Duenez 1B
15: Chase Vallot C/1B
16: Glenn Sparkman RHP
17: Martin Gasparini SS
18: Terrance Gore OF
19: Orlando Calixte SS
20: Sam Selman LHP