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Top 400 Fantasy Baseball Prospects

The best MLB prospects from a fantasy baseball perspective – ranked by James Anderson.

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Last updated on 2/14/2018.
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  Batting   At Current Level Pitching   At Current Level
Rank Prospect Name Team Pos Age ETA Level AB R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG OPS IP ERA WHIP K BB K/9 BB/9 K/BB
1 Ronald Acuna ATL OF 20 2018 AAA 221 38 9 33 11 .344 .393 .557 .949                
2 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 3B 18 2019 A+ 437 84 13 76 8 .323 .425 .490 .915                
3 Victor Robles WAS OF 20 2017 MLB 24 2 0 4 0 .250 .308 .542 .849                
4 Eloy Jimenez CWS OF 21 2018 AA 68 11 3 7 1 .353 .397 .559 .956                
5 Shohei Ohtani LAA P 23 2018 MLB                   0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0 0

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Here at RotoWire, we update our prospect list throughout the year as news breaks and we also provide regular articles highlighting the latest developments in the prospect world.

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Our 2018 Prospect Rankings Guidelines

1. Players who have exceeded rookie qualifications (130 AB, 50 IP) are not included.

2. Our list includes some players that are currently in the major leagues, but with short tenures. Many of those players will probably be purged from the list as soon as we become more confident that they're not in danger of being sent back down to the minors.

3. This list tilts more toward fantasy potential than MLB potential.

4. It takes positional history into account.

5. It gives those who have played in full-season leagues preference over players with only short-season league history and discount recent draftees that have not yet played in the minors.

6. Unsigned import players are not ranked here.

7. College players are not considered prospects until they are signed with their major league organization and start producing in the minors.

8. Relievers are unlikely to appear as top prospects because nearly all of them need to fail as starting prospects first.