2015 Top 100 Major League Baseball Prospect Rankings

By: JP Schwartz
Twitter: @Jaypers413

Every year around this time I like to rank Major League Baseball’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.

1. Byron Buxton Twins)
2. Kris Bryant (Cubs)
3. Carlos Correa (Astros)
4. Addison Russell (Cubs
5. Lucas Giolito (Nationals
6. Joey Gallo (Rangers)
7. Miguel Sano (Twins)
8. Blake Swihart (Red Sox)
9. Noah Syndergaard (Mets)
10. Corey Seager (Dodgers)
11. Daniel Norris (Blue Jays)
12. Tyler Glasnow (Pirates)
13. Jorge Soler (Cubs)
14. Francisco Lindor (Indians)
15. Kyle Schwarber (Cubs)
16. Alex Jackson (Mariners)
17. Carlos Rodon (White Sox)
18. Archie Bradley (Diamondbacks)
19. Dylan Bundy (Orioles)
20. Tyler Kolek (Marlins)
21. Henry Owens (Red Sox)
22. Raul Mondesi (Royals)
23. Joc Pederson (Dodgers)
24. Brandon Finnegan (Royals)
25. Julio Urias (Dodgers)
26. Jameson Taillon (Pirates)
27. Luis Severino (Yankees)
28. Hunter Harvey (Orioles)
29. Robert Stephenson (Reds)
30. J.P. Crawford (Phillies)
31. C.J. Edwards (Cubs)
32. Aaron Nola (Phillies)
33. Mark Appel (Astros)
34. Jose Berrios (Twins)
35. Braden Shipley (Diamondbacks)
36. Jose Peraza (Braves)
37. Bradley Zimmer (Indians)
38. Steven Matz (Mets)
39. Sean Manaea (Royals)
40. Andrew Heaney (Angels)
41. Austin Meadows (Pirates)
42. Aaron Blair (Diamondbacks)
43. Tim Anderson (White Sox)
44. Kyle Zimmer (Royals)
45. Aaron Sanchez (Blue Jays)
46. Maikel Franco (Phillies)
47. D.J. Peterson (Mariners)
48. Marco Gonzales (Cardinals)
49. Jeff Hoffman (Blue Jays)
50. Michael Taylor (Nationals)
51. Spencer Adams (White Sox)
52. Josh Bell (Pirates)
53. Clint Frazier (Indians)
54. Franklin Barreto (Athletics)
55. Aaron Judge (Yankees)
56. Alex Reyes (Cardinals)
57. Dalton Pompey (Blue Jays)
58. Rusney Castillo (Red Sox)
59. David Dahl (Rockies)
60. Sean Newcomb (Angels)
61. Grant Holmes (Dodgers)
62. Matt Olson (Athletics)
63. Jon Gray (Rockies)
64. Eduardo Rodriguez (Red Sox)
65. Matt Wisler (Padres)
66. Mike Foltynewicz (Braves)
67. Yasmany Tomas (Diamondbacks)
68. Jake Thompson (Rangers)
69. Raisel Iglesias (Reds)
70. Hunter Dozier (Royals)
71. Jesse Winker (Reds)
72. Kyle Freeland (Rockies)
73. Tyrone Taylor (Brewers)
74. Touki Toussaint (Diamondbacks)
75. Trea Turner (Padres/Nationals)
76. Steven Souza (Rays)
77. Billy McKinney (Cubs)
78. Stephen Piscotty (Cardinals)
79. Brian Johnson (Red Sox)
80. Reynaldo Lopez (Nationals)
81. Daniel Robertson (Rays)
82. Max Pentecost (Blue Jays)
83. Rafael Devers (Red Sox)
84. Roman Quinn (Phillies)
85. Kohl Stewart (Twins)
86. Jorge Mateo (Yankees)
87. Hunter Renfroe (Padres)
88. Vince Velasquez (Astros)
89. Andrew Susac (Giants)
90. Orlando Arcia (Brewers)
91. Max Fried (Braves)
92. Brandon Nimmo (Mets)
93. Eddie Butler (Rockies)
94. Austin Hedges (Padres)
95. Reese McGuire (Pirates)
96. Dilson Herrera (Mets)
97. Erick Fedde (Nationals)
98. Lucas Sims (Braves)
99. Alex Meyer (Twins)
100. Jorge Alfaro (Rangers)

Honorable Mentions:
Christian Bethancourt (Braves)
Steven Moya (Tigers)
J.T. Realmuto (Marlins)
Nick Gordon (Twins)
Kevin Plawecki (Mets)
Greg Bird (Yankees)
Tyler Beede (Giants)
Randal Grichuk (Cardinals)
Willy Adames (Rays)
Nomar Mazara (Rangers)

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