- Keith Law, ESPN Insider
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Here's a set of rankings showing the top 10 prospects at each position, including separate lists for right- and left-handed pitchers. I've combined second basemen and shortstops due to the intrinsic lack of second-base prospects in the minors; second basemen are identified by (2b) after their team affiliations. All positions are current, rather than projected, although if a player is likely to have to move off of the position it is taken into account in the rankings.
Keith Law, formerly the special assistant to the general manager for the Toronto Blue Jays, is the senior baseball analyst for Scouts Inc.
Keith Law lists the top 10 prospects by position, among all teams in the majors.