Beyond the Top 10 by position lists
The MLB Pipeline Top 100 is unveiled Friday night at 9 p.m. ET on both MLB.com and MLB Network, and Jonathan Mayo goes beyond the Top 10 by Position lists.
The Top 100 is coming out Friday night (In case you haven’t seen all the plugs, here’s one more — 9 p.m. ET, MLB.com and MLB Network). For the past week and change we’ve been building the excitement by revealing our Top 10 by Position lists.
With all of those lists, there are, of course, more than 10 guys who interest us or who have bright futures. Some lists are deeper than others, but even on the weakest (1b?), there are guys worth talking about who will undoubtedly be on our organizational Top 30 lists (That’s right, we’re expanding those from 20 to 30). So I thought it’d be fun to add on a few extra names to consider for each of our positional lists.
This isn’t necessarily the prospect who is No. 11, so don’t draw any conclusions like that. This is more like a look at a…
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