2020 MLB Draft Guide: Top-300 Prospects
Matt Selz ranks the top-300 baseball prospects amongst the minor league affiliates and gives you their ETAs and highest levels reached.
Getting prospects on your fantasy team roster(s) is the latest evolution in the seasonal fantasy baseball world. However, with so many guys in the minor leagues, how do you know who fits where in overall ranks? It’s in that vein that we at Fantasy Alarm unveil the Top-300 prospects list. The one thing you may notice right away is that there are quite a few players in Rookie ball that are on the list with ETAs that are 3-5 years away, but that’s just the type of player the dynasty and deep-league owner is looking for as they plan a few years ahead with their roster construction.
*Any prospect on the list that has reached the majors hasn’t reached the rookie cutoffs for either hitters or pitchers and thus still counts as a prospect. Hitters who register 130 at-bats or spend 40 days on the 25-man roster before September lose rookie standing. Pitchers who reach at least 50 innings pitched or spend 40 days on the 25-man roster prior to September lose rookie standing.