I know, you thought it was going to be 100 prospects right? Well, it’s a good news/bad news thing. The good news is I will be ranking the Top 100 Prospects and beyond, however I will be doing them in increments of 50. So the bad news is you only get 4,000+ words and 50 prospects to read. Lets be honest, we are amongst friends here right? Even 4,000 words is at least two, if not three bathroom sessions. I know that’s when you read these, and I’m cool with it. Now that we’ve made assumptions about your bathroom reading habits, lets move along. As always, I’ve tried to balance the right now value of “close to the majors” prospects vs the high end talent. While also trying to be somewhat objective, and conscientious of the general consensus, which is important to trade value. That’s not to say I don’t go rouge and aggressively rank some players I like. Ahhh, who am I kidding it’s all personal bias. So here you go, dig in. The next 50 will drop on Wednesday at the stroke of midnight.

1. Ronald Acuna, OF Braves | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .325/.374/.522, 21 HR, 82 RBI, 44 Steals

The undisputed top prospect, unified heavyweight champion of the world!!!! The breaker of chains, the unburned, the bringer of power and speed, father of dragons, and all the other titles you can dream up. I’m in the midst of Justin Mason’s 2Early Mock Draft, and I snagged Acuna in the tenth. The prospectors loved it, and the redrafters called me names. I’m the 50 Cent of fantasy baseball, beefing with all comers, and making hit records. As for Acuna what else is there to say? His production has been historic, jumping from A+ all the way to AAA, never slowing down, always the best player at the level. Few minor leaguers have ever been as good as Acuna was in 2017. There’s a real chance Acuna is up by May 1st, but there’s an equal chance he’s in AAA for more than half the season. My rose colored glasses see his ETA on the early side. Currently playing in the Arizona Fall League. ETA: 2018

2. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3B Blue Jays | 2017 Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .323/.425/.485, 13 HR, 76 RBI, 8 SB

Unquestionably one of the top 5 prospects in all of baseball, Vlad Jr.’s hype is about to reach mania type levels over the next 6 months. At just 18, the spawn of Vlad started flashing very real game power over the last few months. Advanced approach, more power to come, and the bloodlines, Vlad Jr. looks like a middle of the order masher in the making. The only real negative is the questions surrounding Guerrero’s future position. Will he stick at 3rd or settle in across the diamond at first? Some foresee a future in a corner outfield spot. Ultimately time will tell, doesn’t change his value much. ETA: 2020

3. Eloy Jimenez, OF White Sox | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .312/.379/.568, 19 HR, 65 RBI, 1 SB

The second superstar prospect traded by the Cubs in the last year, Jimenez went on a tear post trade hitting 11 homers in 34 games. We more than likely won’t see Eloy in the South Side until September of next year, but much of that depends upon what he does in the first half of 2018. We’ve seen what Devers has done his first month + in the bigs, and I imagine Eloy’s debut won’t be much different. He’s an elite power + contact hitter, and those are rare. ETA: 2019

4. Victor Robles, OF Nationals | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .300/.382/.493, 10 HR, 47 RBI, 27 SB

A late season callup totaled about 25 at bats, and not much to show for the 20 year old. Not a huge shock, as it was a bit of surprise that Robles even got the call in the first place. I’ve likened Robles to Starling Marte, and I think that’s a likely outcome, though there’s always the possibility Robles actually meets his ceiling of 30/30 stud. He’ll be patrolling the outfield for the Mesa Solar Sox in Arizona. ETA: 2018

5. Kyle Tucker, OF Astros | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .274/.346/.528, 25 HR, 83 RBI, 21 SB

Another power/speed talent playing at an advanced level at a very young age. Tucker was 20 for all of 2017, and after destroying the Carolina League saw promotion at the end of May to AA. He’s had his struggles there, but through it all has hit for power, driven in runs, and displayed dynamic offensive ability. He wore down a bit in August but that shouldn’t come as a surprise for a player so young. There’s more questions about the hit tool now than there were coming into the draft, but the power has already exceeded my expectations. Should see promotion at some time next summer. At peak I foresee a line of .280/.360/.520 with 30 homers, and 15-20 steals. ETA: 2019

6. Fernando Tatis Jr., SS Padres | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .278/.379/.498 22 HR, 75 RBI, 32 SB

Not since his father was a pretend Microsoft Paint artist have I been this jacked about a Tatis. He ranked 55th in my Mid-season prospect list, but has done nothing but hit for power, steal bases, and shown ability far beyond his years. To me he’s the top offensive shortstop prospect in the minors hands down. The James Shields trade will be the Padres Herschel Walker. ETA: 2019

7. Gleyber Torres, SS Yankees | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .287/.383/.480 7 HR, 34 RBI, 7 SB

We’ve all forgotten about Gleyber haven’t we? The man was on a rocket ship to the Bronx before a freak injury sliding into home plate ended his season. With TJ on his non-throwing elbow, it’s fair to question just how much this impacts Torres’ future offensive ability, particularly in the short term. I believe in the all around offensive skillset, and still think Torres has the upside of a superstar, even if he doesn’t have a standout category. ETA: 2018

8. Michael Kopech, RHP White Sox | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: 9-8, 134.1 IP, 2.88 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 172 K, 65 Bb

The flamethrowing righty acquired in the Chris Sale deal has taken a major step forward with the command of his secondaries (slider and change), and the results have reached elite levels. He was solid in his AAA debut late in the season, and looks to be on the radar for a summer 2018 callup to the Southside. My biggest concern with Kopech is health, but that’s mostly based on his insane triple digit velocity. Great competitor, elite stuff, inning eater’s build. ETA: 2018

9. Nick Senzel, 3B Reds | 2017 Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .321/.391/.514, 14 HR, 65 RBI, 14 SB

While Senzel’s ceiling is far lower than Vlad Jr’s, his floor is as high as anyone. The former 2nd overall pick is as ready made for an everyday role in the majors as any prospect. He’s shown the ability to hit for average, get on base, and provide moderate power, that might play up in Great American Ballpark. My expectations for production are very similar to that of Alex Bregman. Very good across the board player, but his greatest strengths lie within his hit tool. He was shut down for the remainder of the season with a bout of vertigo. I could see how that might limit one’s ability to hit a baseball. Cust Kayin. ETA: 2018

10. Willie Calhoun, OF Rangers | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .300/.355/.572, 31 HR, 93 RBI, 4 SB

On the heels of his major league debut this September, Willie C cracks the top 10. Elite power and contact, not to mention, one of the more fun-loving personalities in baseball, it’s hard not to fall for the Rangers outfielder. Acquired for Yu Darvish, so there’s big expectations on Calhoun’s bat. I do think he has the ability to hit for 25+ homers while rarely striking out. ETA: 2018

11. Lewis Brinson, OF Brewers | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .331/.400/.562, 13 HR, 48 RBI, 11 SB

Despite phenomenal results in his two stints with AAA Colorado Springs, Brinson struggled mightily in each of his MLB callups. The elite contact, power, and speed skills are still there, so it’s too early to write him off, but a poor 2018 could drastically tank his prospect status. ETA: 2018

12. Brendan Rodgers, SS Rockies | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .336/.373/.567, 18 HR, 64 RBI, 2 SB

When it comes to natural hitting ability few are more blessed than Rodgers. Unfortunately, an overly aggressive plate approach limits some of this long term upside. If he can develop more patience in 2018 he might touch Colorado by the end of the season. ETA: 2019

13. Bo Bichette, SS Blue Jays | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .362/.423/.565, 14 HR, 74 RBI, 22 SB

One of the biggest risers since last year’s draft, Bichette in a year has gone to second round upside pick, to a legit top 20 prospect. There’s some questions around his swing mechanics, but elite bat speed masks much of that at the moment. ETA: 2019

14. Ryan McMahon, 3B Rockies | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .355/.403/.583, 20 HR, 88 RBI, 11 SB

The biggest helium rebound of 2017, Mcmahon wet from Top 50 prospect entering 2016, to well outside the top 50 on every list entering this season. An improved approach, versatility in the field, and plus power make McMahon a redraft sleeper in 2018. That’s if the Rockies play him. ETA: 2018

15. Brent Honeywell, RHP Rays | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: 13-9 , 136.2 IP, 3.49 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, 172 K, 35 Bb

“Honey Bear”, is the classic pitching prospect that rankers fawn over for 5 sentences before calling him a “future number 3 starter”. BTW, that’s just them sitting on the fence. Honeywell’s upside is as high as any pitching prospect in recent memory. His arsenal is deep with 6 offerings, velocity, movement, control, clean mechanics, and feel to pitch. He’s exceeded 120 innings in each of his three full minor league seasons too. So there’s a track record of health. Future number three starter is the floor, the ceiling is wizard. ETA: 2018

16. Taylor Trammell, OF Reds | Level: A | 2017 Stats: .281/.368/.450, 13 HR, 77 RBI, 41 SB

Let’s say I’m the type of prospector that always has a new young honey on my arm. I’m kind of like the guy that actresses date before they become uber-famous. Wilmer Valderrama? Ralpmer Shitzerrama? Well either way, if Acuna, Rhys, and Bellinger were last year’s Lohan, Demi Lovato, and Mandy Moore, then Trammell is 2018’s version. Elite athleticism, power, advanced approach, and plus plus speed make Trammell a 5 category superstar in the making. ETA: 2020

17. Francisco Mejia, C Indians | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .297/.346/.490, 14 HR, 52 RBI, 7 SB

The only catching prospect worth going out of your way for. In fact he’s the best catching prospect since Gary Sanchez, and in all fairness, he’s way more hyped than Sanchez was. Might see Cleveland next year, but is likely a year or more away from a true impact. Contact first switch hitter, developing real power. ETA: 2018

18. Alex Reyes, RHP Cardinals | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: Injured Missed Season

What we get from Reyes is one of the more interesting question marks of the 2018 pre-season. He was on the edge of must own in redraft before an unfortunate Tommy John surgery. Reyes might take some time to rebound, but a difference maker in the second half seems very likely. ETA: 2018

19. Luis Robert, OF White Sox | Level: Rk | 2017 Stats: .310/.491/.536, 3 HR, 14 RBI, 12 SB

He was the last of the 8 figure international signees, and he offers one of the more intriguing profiles in fantasy. In many ways a classic 5 tool Cuban bat, with power, speed, approach, and some question marks. ETA: 2020

20. Austin Hays, OF Orioles | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .329/.365/.593, 32 HR, 95 RBI, 5 SB

No member of the Top 100 was less on the radar entering 2017, but those days are long gone. Following a late season callup, Hays showed the power and contact profile that might make him a fixture in the Orioles lineup for most of the next decade. His skillset plays perfectly to Camden, and Baltimore’s power over everything approach. ETA: 2018

21. Royce Lewis, SS Twins | Level: A | 2017 Stats: .279/.381/.407, 4 HR, 27 RBI, 18 SB

Never have I been more upset about a prospects height, Royce is 6’2, and that does not roll off the tongue the same as if he was 5’9. Then again “Royce the 6’2” is still worlds better than any nickname a player with the last name Rodriguez has. The top overall pick in the 2017 draft brings 5 tools to the table at a premium position. ETA: 2020

22. Scott Kingery 2B, Phillies | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .304/.359/.503, 26 HR, 65 RBI, 29 SB

The latest in a bumper crop for the Reading darlings over the past few years. The flyballs jumped in Reading, and then those transformed to line drives in Lehigh Valley. Kingery offers 20/20 upside with stable batting average. No split issues, hits for more power vs. lefties. ETA: 2018

23. Anthony Alford, OF Blue Jays | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .299/.390/.406, 5 HR, 26 RBI, 19 SB

If only Alford could stay healthy for a full season. There’s few prospects with a higher upside, though for a player ranked this highly he comes with a fair amount of risk. There’s no question Alford can hit, get on base, and steal 25+ bags. The question is; how much power is there? ETA: 2018

24. Juan Soto, OF Nationals | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .351/.415/.505, 3 HR, 18 RBI, 1 SB

Power hitting lefty bat with middle of the order upside. It was a lost year for Soto, who missed time with an ankle fracture that kept him on the shelf until July, before returning, and sustaining a hamate injury. Soto returned the last week of the season playing in a handful of games. ETA: 2020

25. Forrest Whitley, RHP Astros | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: 5-4, 92.1 IP, 2.83 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, 143 K, 34 Bb

A five pitch arsenal, whiff inducing ability, above average control, and big tilt on his fastball, make Whitley one of the most sought after arms in dynasty leagues. A big jumper from the beginning of the season, Whitley is on track to be the top pitching prospect in the game by August of 2018. ETA: 2019

26. Walker Buehler, RHP Dodgers | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: 3-3 , 88.2 IP, 3.35 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 125 K, 31 Bb

Don’t read too much into the struggles in his late season callup, Buehler has the ability to pair four above average or better offerings with above average control. The upside is top of the rotation starter if he can stay healthy. ETA: 2018

27. Austin Meadows, OF Pirates | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .261/.323/.384, 5 HR, 46 RBI, 11 SB

It was a lost year for the Pirates top prospect, what seemed like a can’t miss fantasy star is now a little murkier. I’m not ready to write off Meadows, but he no longer deserves a spot in the top 25. If he can get back on track he offers true five category impact. ETA: 2018

28. Triston McKenzie, RHP Indians | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: 12-6, 143 IP, 3.46 ERA, 1.05 WHIP, 186 K, 45 Bb

One of my absolute favorite pitching prospects in the game, and an arm I want to own everywhere. What McKenzie lacks in frame he makes up for with length and athleticism. Wait, did I just describe every small forward that can’t shoot? Oops, wrong sport! “Sticks” misses bats, limits hard contact, and eats innings. Oh, and he’s only 20. ETA: 2019

29. Harrison Bader, OF Cardinals | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .283/.347/.469, 20 HR, 55 RBI, 15 SB

More than likely Bader will surpass his rookie limits in the first half of next year. My hope is the Cardinals do Bader a solid and trade him to a place he can start opening day. Because, make no mistake, he is ready. Bader’s fatal flaw is his lack of power vs righthanders, which could see him on the weak side of the platoon early in his career. ETA: 2018

30. Michel Baez, RHP Padres | Level: A | 2017 Stats: 7-2, 63.2 IP, 2.54 ERA, 0.83 WHIP, 89 K, 10 Bb

The 6’8 Cuban burst onto the scene this season firing a high 90’s heater with tilt, a plus plus changeup, and an above average curveball (some call it a slider). He misses bats in bunches, and could jump two to three levels over the course of 2018. Another up and coming arm I need to own. ETA: 2019

31. Mackenzie Gore, LHP Padres | Level: Rk | 2017 Stats: 0-1, 21.1 IP, 1.27 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, 34 K, 7 Bb

The third overall pick in the draft might arguably be the better prospect between he and fellow superstar hurler Hunter Greene. A lefty with an arsenal of four above average or better pitches, a prototype frame, and great athleticism that allows him to repeat his off the wall mechanics. Gore dominated rookie ball, and could be one of the more hyped pitching prospects of all time when he finally reaches the bigs. Elite talent. ETA: 2020

32. Hunter Greene, RHP Reds | Level: RK | 2017 Stats: 0-1, 4.1 IP, 12.46 ERA, 2.08 WHIP, 6 K, 1 Bb

The most discussed player from last June’s draft, Greene played mostly as a position player in his pro debut, but has pitched more in fall instructs. So far the results haven’t been good. He mixes a fastball that can touch 100, with two breaking balls that look more average to fringe at the moment. ETA: 2020

33. Alex Verdugo, OF Dodgers | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .314/.389/.436, 6 HR, 62 RBI, 9 SB

There’s just some players that the best way to describe their skillset is “they’re just good at baseball”. I know, deep analysis, but really there’s few players that bring a better understanding of hitting, running, and defense. He looks like a future batting title contender as currently constituted, but could tap into more of his raw power as he matures. A part of the Dodgers future top of the order with Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager. His splits are identical vs. righties and lefties. ETA: 2018

34. Kyle Lewis, OF Mariners | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .257/.329/.412, 7 HR, 31 RBI, 3 SB

Currently teaming with Ronald Acuna in the Peoria Javelinas outfield of the Arizona Fall League, Lewis has endured a trying start to his pro career. Limited to just 77 games due to a catastrophic knee injury in his pro debut. The 2016 first rounder, battled through rust, as well as aches and pains throughout 2017. His season ended on a high note however, as he slashed .393/.414/.607 in 6 playoffs games to lead Modesto to the Cal League crown. When healthy Lewis shows middle of the order upside. ETA: 2019

35. Christin Stewart, OF Tigers | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .256/.335/.501, 28 HR, 86 RBI, 3 SB

The king of the three outcome bats on this list, Stewart has 30 home run hitter written all over him, but that might be his penchant for redundant tattoos. He’s hit 58 homers over the last two seasons, and looks like the first of the Tigers up and coming core to reach the show. ETA: 2018

36. Sixto Sanchez, RHP Phillies | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: 5-7, 95 IP, 3.03 ERA, 0.96 WHIP, 84 K, 18 Bb

One of the buzziest prospects over the last year, Sixto’s got so much helium he makes dogs bark when he talks. Blessed with a plus plus fastball that touches 100, Sanchez mixes a slider, curve, and changeup, with plus control and command. He struggled upon promotion to Clearwater of the Florida State League, but he was quite young for the level. Future superstar upside. Some compare him to Pedro, but I came up in the game in Boston in the late 90’s. We don’t throw those comps out. ETA: 2020

37. Estevan Florial, OF Yankees | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .298/.372/.479, 13 HR, 57 RBI, 23 SB

The Prince of Port Au, Florial is the best thing to come out of Haiti since Toussaint Louverture. He mixes an elite power/speed mix with an above average hit tool. Florial has the upside of a 25/25 fantasy superstar, and could see his prospect status explode over the next year. He strikes out too much, which will likely limit his upside, but Florial has consistently put up double digit walk rates. ETA: 2020

38. Jahmai Jones, OF Angels | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .282/.348/.446, 14 HR, 47 RBI, 27 SB

A talented former Georgia prep star, Jones combines plus power and speed with a polished hit tool. One of the first pieces of an Angels system that’s slowly built itself into respectable territory over the last few years. Jones has the ability to develop into a 20/20 talent with a good batting average. ETA: 2019

39. Jo Adell, OF Angels | Level: Rk | 2017 Stats: .325/.376/.532, 5 HR, 30 RBI, 8 SB

Quite possibly my favorite bat in the 2017 draft, Adell came into pro ball with lots of hit tool question marks, but quickly silenced critics with sub 25% k rates and solid walk rates across two levels of rookie ball. When was the last time the Angels had two specs in the top 50? ETA: 2020

40. J.P. Crawford, SS Phillies | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .243/.351/.403, 15 HR, 63 RBI, 5 SB

It was a tale of two halves for Crawford as he slashed .203/321/.276 in the first half. However, a one week sabbatical in late June proved to be just what the doctor ordered. As Crawford slashed .280/.381/.522, hitting 13 of his 15 homers over that period. J.P. pairs elite on base ability with average power, and an above average contact hitting. Once Freddy Galvis is traded to chase his ironman streak elsewhere, Crawford should be the Phillies everyday shortstop for a decade. ETA: 2018

41. Kolby Allard, LHP Braves | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: 8-11, 150 IP, 3.18 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, 129 K, 45 Bb

I love the curveball okay! This is certainly a rank that will get some debate, but I’ve been encouraged by Allard’s performance following an aggressive assignment, and his ability to eat innings following injury concerns as an amateur. ETA: 2019

42. Kevin Maitan, SS Braves | Level: Rk | 2017 Stats: .241/.290/.340, 2 HR, 18 RBI, 2 SB

Let’s try and keep in mind how young Maitan is, before getting too worked up over his numbers. As I’ve been saying for a few months, if Maitan was American he’d be a senior in high school. The profile should be well known, an elite power prospect that draws comparisons to hall of fame talents. My biggest question about Maitan’s future is does he remain a Brave following the John Coppolella story. ETA: 2021

43. Leody Taveras, OF Rangers | Level: A | 2017 Stats: .249/.312/.360, 8 HR, 50 RBI, 20 SB

Another ignore the production, focus on the talent type. Leody has 20/20 upside, and the ability to be a superstar on both sides of the ball. Handled an aggressive full season assignment well this year for an 18 year old (he turned 19 in September). ETA: 2020

44. Tyler O’Neill, OF Cardinals | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: .246/.321/.499, 31 HR, 95 RBI, 14 SB

Outside of my wife, children, and Halp, Tyler O’Neill is one of the few true loves in my life. I was extremely aggressive in ranking O’Neill coming into the season. Despite a poor start to the year, and mid-season trade, O’Neill still finished with respectable totals of 31 homers, 95 RBI, and a .499 slugging. There’s serious swing and miss to his game but also 70 grade raw power. ETA: 2018

45. Michael Chavis, 3B Red Sox | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .282/.347/.563, 31 HR, 94 RBI, 2 SB

A big breakout year for Chavis, saw the 3rd baseman tap into more of his raw power, while maintaining respectable walks rates and strikeout rates across a few levels. He’s been working at first base in the Arizona Fall League, signaling he may factor into the Red Sox long term plans. ETA: 2019

46. Luiz Gohara, LHP Braves | Level: AAA | 2017 Stats: 7-4, 123.2 IP, 2.62 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, 147 K, 44 Bb

The big lefty acquired from the Mariners for Mallex Smith and Shae Simmons. No, that’s a real trade. Just another example of Jerry DiPoto making great trades. Never should have complemented that guy. I’d totally boot him from Razz30. He mixes an upper-90’s fastball, with a nasty slider, as well as a solid changeup. He made his major league debut this year, and was far better than his numbers indicate. ETA: 2018

47. A.J. Puk, LHP Athletics | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: 6-10 , 125 IP, 4.03 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 184 K, 48 Bb

I bet the Phillies wish they could get this one back, Puk has shown his elite stuff throughout his first full year of professional ball. Despite struggling with his control at times, Puk was effective to both sides of the plate, compiling a 13.2 K/9, and a .227 BAA across high A and AA. ETA: 2019

48. Bobby Bradley, 1B Indians | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: .251/.331/.466 23 HR, 89 RBI, 3 SB

Despite contact issues coming into 2017, Bradley did well to drop his strikeout rate to an acceptable 22%, while maintaining a 10% Bb%. Rather impressive for a player who was 20 coming into the season, and spent the whole year at the AA level. It’s not his OBP that puts him in the top 50, it’s his light tower power, and potential 40 homer ceiling. ETA: 2019

49. Yordan Alvarez, 1B/OF Astros | Level: A+ | 2017 Stats: .304/.379/.481 12 HR, 69 RBI, 8 SB

The talented 20 year old, with the powerful lefthanded swing, burst onto the scene putting up monster numbers in the Midwest League with the Astros affiliate Quad Cities. He hit upon promotion to high A Buies Creek, but struggled for stretches following. His K% improved at high A, but he walked less, and didn’t get to his power with the same frequency. I’m willing to dismiss it, as he was young for the level. Make no mistake about it, Alvarez is one of the top power bats in the minors. ETA: 2019

50. Mike Soroka, RHP Braves | Level: AA | 2017 Stats: 11-8, 154 IP, 2.75 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 125 K, 34 Bb

The classic unexciting, but polished pitching prospect, Soroka often gets overlooked for some of the flashier arms in the Braves system, but he might be the best pitcher. Clean mechanics, excellent command, control, and feel, Soroka has it all. He features a low 90’s fastball, plus slider, above average changeup, and average curveball. Soroka mixes speeds very well, and keeps hitters off balance by working the entire zone with all of his offerings. Ready made number three starter at 20. The question is how high is the upside? ETA: 2019

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