Does the new top 100 prospects list include Miami Marlins players?

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facebooktwitterreddit released an updated list of top 100 prospects. The Miami Marlins have a legitimate shot at the Postseason, though the team needs improvements of course. How did The Fish do on the new updated list? Elite starting pitching prospect Eury Perez is already up, but are any other Fish on the list? Who is #1? Are any division rival prospects high on the list?

The Miami Marlins have players on the top 100 prospects list.

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Eury Perez is #7 on the top 100 list. It seems a bit low for arguably the best pitching prospect in the game. Eury has only pitched in one game in the Majors, delivering a 3.86 ERA/7.16 FIP, with 13.5 K/9 and 3.9 BB/9 in a game and 4.2 innings pitched. He should be off the list soon considering he's technically not a prospect anymore. I expect big things from Eury as the season goes on and in the future.

The #1 prospect on the list is Jordan Walker of the St. Louis Cardinals. Walker has already been called up this season and has a -0.5 WAR. The OF is batting .274/.321/.397 with 2 home runs and 11 RBI, in 20 games and 73 AB. Walker had ups and downs already this season, but looks very promising going forward.

#10 on the list is New York Mets 3B Brett Baty. Like the other two players that I mentioned, Baty is already in the Majors. He's currently batting .240/.321/.360 with 2 home runs and 7 RBI in 23 games and 75 AB. He's not particularly impressive but it's obviously way too early to write him off. The Washington Nationals have OF James Wood at #8, and the Philadelphia Phillies have SP Andrew Painter at #12. I've spoken about him before and compared him to Eury Perez.

Washington Nationals pitching prospect Cade Cavalli dropped from #48 to #79 from the last list. Miami Marlins third base prospect Jacob Berry dropped from #51 to #71. Washington Nationals OF prospect Robert Hassell III dropped from #28 to #47. Andrew Painter actually dropped from #2 to #12 by the way. Unfortunately no other Miami Marlins players are on the list.

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