2020 MLB Draft Guide: Organizational Rankings
Matt Selz ranks each MLB team's farm system on Top-100 prospects and Top-300 prospects to give you a break down of which teams have the best systems in the league.
It’s easy to look at the Top-300 Prospect list and get discombobulated with which organizations have how many prospects on the list, and where those prospects are on the list. Sure, it seems just visually like some systems have a lot more guys listed than others and some systems all have top prospects compared to others that may not have prospects show up for a while in the rankings. However, there’s an easier way to see exactly what’s going on than just looking and scrolling. Ta-Da! The Fantasy Alarm Organizational Rankings are here. Just like that it’s easy to see how each system compares based on just the Top-100 rankings, or Top-300 rankings as well as the difference between those ranks.
Why is it important to look at the organizations in each of those lights? Well, a lot of sites and publications focus on the Top-100 lists to show you who the best of the best prospects are in the game and so ranking systems based off that criteria gives you an idea as to who has the highest...