I have once again expanded my ranking of the top 10 prospects in each organization.
The criteria for organizing these lists are the same as ever, but I've included a little more explanation of the state of the system, and discuss any prospects (top 10 and beyond) who might help the major league team this year.
In addition to at least one "sleeper" prospect for each organization, I've also identified one player for each club whose prospect stock has taken a serious hit in the past year, and attempt to explain why.
As with the top 100, I use the 20-80 scouting scale to describe players' tools.
AL EAST | AL CENTRAL | AL WEST
NL EAST | NL CENTRAL | NL WEST