Updated top 100 prospects list with Miami Marlins Part 1

MIAMI, FL - MARCH 27: A general view of the new Marlins logo in the outfield during 2019 Workout Day at Marlins Park on March 27, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - MARCH 27: A general view of the new Marlins logo in the outfield during 2019 Workout Day at Marlins Park on March 27, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /
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I wrote earlier today about some prospects already called up. Now let’s take a look at the just released updated MLB top 100 prospects list. How did the Miami Marlins do? Which prospects were on the list?? Let’s analyze and find all of this out!

The Miami Marlins have quite a few names on the midseason MLB top 100 prospects list.

Let’s first look at some other teams to save the best for last and see how we compare. Let’s start with the AL East: the Baltimore Orioles have SS/3B Gunnar Henderson (#2), RHP Grayson Rodriguez (#3), SS Jackson Holliday (#14), OF Colton Cowser (#43), IF Jordan Westburg (#80) and LHP DL Hall (#92) for a total of 6. The New York Yankees have SS Anthony Volpe (#5), OF Jasson Dominguez (#42), SS Oswald Peraza (#53) and C Austin Wells (#87). That’s a total of 4 players. The Boston Red Sox have SS Marcelo Mayer (#8), 1B Triston Casas (#26) and RHP Brayan Bello (#37) for a total of 3.

The Tampa Bay Rays have RHP Taj Bradley (#21), 2B/3B Curtis Mead (#38) and SS Carson Williams (#86) for a total of 3. The Toronto Blue Jays have C Gabriel Moreno (#7), LHP Ricky Tiedemann (#34) and SS/3B Orelvis Martinez (#73) for a total of 3. Turning over to the AL Central: the Cleveland Guardians have OF George Valera (#32), RHP Gavin Williams (#56), 2B/SS Brayan Rocchio (#72) and C Bo Naylor (#78). That’s a total of 4.

The Minnesota Twins have SS Brooks Lee (#33), SS Royce Lewis (#61) and OF Emmanuel Rodriguez (#97) for a total of 3. The Kansas City Royals have OF Gavin Cross (#75) and 1B Nick Pratto (#84) already called up. That’s a total of 2, though really should be 1. The Detroit Tigers have RHP Jackson Jobe (#41) and 2B Jace Jung (#74) for a total of 2. The Chicago White Sox have SS Colson Montgomery (#60).

The AL West is next. The Texas Rangers have 3B Josh Jung (#39), RHP Jack Leiter (#48), OF Evan Carter (#59), RHP Owen White (#62), 2B Justin Foscue (#82) and RHP Brock Porter (#94). That’s a total of 6. The Seattle Mariners have C Harry Ford (#68) for a total of 1. The Oakland Athletics have C/1B Tyler Soderstrom (#50), LHP Ken Waldichuk (#70) and 3B Zack Gelof (#100). That’s a total of 3. The Los Angeles Angels round out the list with C Logan O’Hoppe (#67) for a total of 1. Part 2 is coming later today and will include the Miami Marlins.

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