Washington Nationals 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.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS

1: Lucas Giolito RHP
2: Michael Taylor OF
3: Reynaldo Lopez RHP
4: Erick Fedde RHP
5: A.J. Cole RHP
6: Wilmer Difo 2B
7: Austin Voth RHP
8: Steven Souza OF
9: Brian Goodwin OF
10: Jakson Reetz C
11: Drew Ward 3B
12: Jefry Rodriguez RHP
13: Drew Vettleson OF
14: Felipe Rivero LHP
15: Sammy Solis LHP
16: Jake Johansen RHP
17: Pedro Severino C
18: Raudy Read C
19: Nick Pivetta RHP
20: Robbie Dickey RHP

Toronto Blue Jays 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.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS

1: Daniel Norris LHP
2: Dalton Pompey OF
3: Jeff Hoffman RHP
4: Aaron Sanchez RHP
5: Franklin Barreto SS
6: Max Pentecost C
7: Sean Reid-Foley RHP
8: Jairo Labourt LHP
9: Miguel Castro RHP
10: Kendall Graveman RHP
11: Roberto Osuna RHP
12: Richard Urena SS
13: Taylor Cole RHP
14: Matt Smoral LHP
15: D.J. Davis OF
16: Mitch Nay 3B
17: Matt Boyd LHP
18: Chase DeJong RHP
19: Sean Nolin LHP
20: Dwight Smith OF

Texas Rangers 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.

TEXAS RANGERS

1: Joey Gallo 3B
2: Jorge Alfaro C
3: Luis Ortiz RHP
4: Nomar Mazara OF
5: Alex Gonzalez RHP
6: Jake Thompson RHP
7: Michael De Leon SS
8: Luke Jackson RHP
9: Nick Williams OF
10: Lewis Brinson OF
11: Corey Knebel RHP
12: Travis DeMeritte 2B
13: Josh Morgan 2B/SS
14: Luis Sardinas SS
15: Alec Asher RHP
16: Ryan Rua 3B/1B/OF
17: Ti’Quan Forbes SS
18: Odubel Herrera 2B
19: Jairo Beras OF
20: Yeyson Yrizarri SS

Tampa Bay Rays 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.

TAMPA BAY RAYS

1: Willy Adames SS
2: Casey Gillaspie 1B
3: Taylor Guerrieri LHP
4: Hak-Ju Lee SS
5: Justin O’Conner C
6: Mikie Mahtook OF
7: Nate Karns RHP
8: Enny Romero LHP
9: Nick Ciuffo C
10: Adrian Rondon SS
11: Cameron Varga RHP
12: Alex Colome RHP
13: Ryne Stanek RHP
14: Jose Alvarado LHP
15: Brent Honeywell RHP
16: Enderson Franco RHP
17: Kean Wong 2B
18: Blake Snell LHP
19: Ryan Brett 2B
20: Oscar Hernandez C

St Louis Cardinals 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.

ST LOUIS CARDINALS

1: Marco Gonzales LHP
2: Alex Reyes RHP
3: Stephen Piscotty OF
4: Jack Flaherty RHP
5: Rob Kaminsky LHP
6: Luke Weaver RHP
7: Randal Grichuk OF
8: Tim Cooney LHP
9: Charlie Tilson OF
10: Carson Kelly C
11: Tyrell Jenkins RHP
12: Aledmys Diaz SS
13: Sam Tuivailala RHP
14: Magneuris Sierra OF
15: Juan Herrera SS
16: Edmundo Sosa SS
17: Rowan Wick OF
18: Austin Gomber LHP
19: Breyvic Valera 2B
20: Oscar Mercado SS

Seattle Mariners 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.

1: Alex Jackson OF
2: D.J. Peterson 3B
3: Gabby Guerrero OF
4: Edwin Diaz RHP
5: Luiz Gohara LHP
6: Gareth Morgan OF
7: Austin Wilson OF
8: Ketel Marte SS
9: Carson Smith RHP
10: Victor Sanchez RHP
11: Jordy Lara 1B
12: Danny Hultzen LHP
13: Pat Kivlehan 3B
14: Tyler Marlette C
15: Julio Morban OF
16: Ryan Yarbrough LHP
17: Tyler O’Neill OF
18: Austin Cousino OF
19: Tyler Pike LHP
20: Dan Altavilla RHP

San Francisco Giants 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.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS

1: Kyle Crick RHP
2: Tyler Beede RHP
3: Andrew Susac C
4: Adalberto Mejia RHP
5: Dan Carbonell OF
6: Ty Blach LHP
7: Luis Ysla LHP
8: Keury Mella RHP
9: Aramis Garcia C
10: Mac Williamson OF
11: Chris Stratton RHP
12: Clayton Blackburn RHP
13: Michael Santos RHP
14: Kendry Flores RHP
15: Christian Arroyo SS/2B
16: Joan Gregorio RHP
17: Ryder Jones 3B/SS
18: Matt Duffy SS
19: Austin Slater OF
20: Gary Brown OF

San Diego Padres 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.

SAN DIEGO PADRES

1: Austin Hedges C
2: Trea Turner SS
3: Matt Wisler RHP
4: Max Fried LHP
5: Rymer Liriano OF
6: Hunter Renfroe OF
7: Michael Gettys OF
8: Joe Ross RHP
9: Jose Rondon SS
10: Casey Kelly RHP
11: Taylor Lindsey 2B
12: Dustin Peterson SS
13: Jake Bauers 1B
14: Zach Eflin RHP
15: Cory Spangenberg 2B/3B
16: Jace Peterson 2B
17: R.J. Alvarez RHP
18: Tayron Guerrero RHP
19: Franchy Cordero SS
20: Rafael DePaula RHP

Pittsburgh Pirates 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.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES

1: Tyler Glasnow RHP
2: Jameson Taillon RHP
3: Josh Bell OF/1B
4: Austin Meadows OF
5: Nick Kingham RHP
6: Alen Hanson SS
7: Reese McGuire C
8: JaCoby Jones SS
9: Cole Tucker SS
10: John Holdzkom RHP
11: Luis Heredia RHP
12: Willy Garcia OF
13: Mitch Keller RHP
14: Harold Ramirez OF
15: Trey Supak RHP
16: Taylor Gushue C
17: Michael de la Cruz OF
18: Connor Joe C
19: Elias Diaz C
20: Adrian Sampson RHP

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

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