The Stash List – My Top 100 Prospects by Shelly Verougstraete July 15, 2019 Hey y’all! All of the full-season leagues have had All-Star games and are into the second half of their seasons. I thought it would be a fun exercise to put together my top 100 prospects. This list is mostly a fantasy list but also has a real-life winkle in it. In fantasy, I value batters over pitchers. I do factor defense but has more of a tie-breaker between players. I have also removed prospects eligible players currently in the majors and who should remain on the big league club, like Yordan Alvarez and Keston Hiura. Enjoy! I’ll see you in the comments and on Twitter. Top 100 Prospects List Rank Name Pos Team 1 Jo Adell OF Angels 2 Wander Franco SS Rays 3 Luis Robert OF White Sox 4 Carter Kieboom SS Nationals 5 Kyle Tucker OF Astros 6 Bo Bichette SS Blue Jays 7 MacKenzie Gore LHP Padres 8 Andrew Vaughn 1B White Sox 9 Gavin Lux SS Dodgers 10 Jarred Kelenic OF Mariners 11 Vidal Brujan 2B Rays 12 George Valera OF Indians 13 Matt Manning RHP Tigers 14 Forrest Whitley RHP Astros 15 Casey Mize RHP Tigers 16 Marco Luciano SS Giants 17 Julio Rodriguez OF Mariners 18 Luis Urias 2B Padres 19 Cristian Pache OF Braves 20 Kristian Robinson OF Diamondbacks 21 Dustin May RHP Dodgers 22 Nico Hoerner 2B Cubs 23 Dylan Carlson OF Cardinals 24 Tyler Freeman SS Indians 25 Brennen Davis OF Cubs 26 Alex Kirilloff OF Twins 27 Nate Lowe 1B Rays 28 Jesus Luzardo LHP Athletics 29 Trevor Larnach OF Twins 30 Jasson Dominguez OF Yankees 31 Drew Waters OF Braves 32 Adley Rutschman C Orioles 33 Heliot Ramos OF Giants 34 Royce Lewis SS Twins 35 Ronny Mauricio SS Mets 36 Jesus Sanchez OF Rays 37 Jordan Groshans 3B Blue Jays 38 JJ Bleday OF Marlins 39 Brendan Rodgers 2B Rockies 40 Deivi Garcia RHP Yankees 41 Jake Fraley OF Mariners 42 Nolan Gorman 3B Cardinals 43 Bobby Witt Jr SS Royals 44 A.J. Puk LHP Athletics 45 Michael Kopech RHP White Sox 46 Ian Anderson RHP Braves 47 Joey Bart C Giants 48 Nate Pearson RHP Blue Jays 49 Riley Greene OF Tigers 50 Alec Bohm 3B Phillies 51 Luis Patiño RHP Padres 52 DL Hall LHP Orioles 53 Grayson Rodriguez RHP Orioles 54 Taylor Trammell OF Reds 55 Corbin Carroll OF Diamondbacks 56 Ke’Bryan Hayes 3B Pirates 57 Jorge Mateo OF Athletics 58 Nolan Jones 3B Indians 59 Brayan Rocchio SS Indians 60 Hunter Bishop OF Giants 61 Alek Thomas OF Diamondbacks 62 Nick Madrigal 2B White Sox 63 Jazz Chisholm SS Diamondbacks 64 Ryan Mountcastle 1B Orioles 65 Sixto Sanchez RHP Marlins 66 Sherten Apostel 3B Rangers 67 Monte Harrison OF Marlins 68 Xavier Edwards SS Padres 69 CJ Abrams SS Padres 70 Logan Gilbert RHP Mariners 71 Jonathan India 3B Reds 72 Trent Grisham OF Brewers 73 Seth Beer 1B Astros 74 Robert Puason SS Athletics 75 Brett Baty 3B Mets 76 Oneil Cruz SS Pirates 77 Keoni Cavaco 3B Twins 78 Nick Solak 2B Rangers 79 Triston Casas 3B Red Sox 80 Khalil Lee OF Royals 81 Isan Diaz 2B Marlins 82 Shane Baz RHP Rays 83 Luis Garcia SS Nationals 84 Will Smith C Dodgers 85 Josh Jung 3B Rangers 86 Jordyn Adams OF Angels 87 Andres Gimenez SS Mets 88 Spencer Howard RHP Phillies 89 Jordan Balazovic RHP Twins 90 Will Benson OF Indians 91 Daulton Varsho C Diamondbacks 92 Mark Vientos 3B Mets 93 Austin Hays OF Orioles 94 Evan White 1B Mariners 95 Sean Murphy C Athletics 96 Ronaldo Hernandez C Rays 97 Daniel Lynch LHP Royals 98 Brusdar Graterol RHP Twins 99 Leody Taveras OF Rangers 100 Matthew Liberatore LHP Rays Juat a few notes from the list… The Rays organization received the most love with seven players on the list. I’m hoping for a Rays and Padres World Series in a couple of years. There is someone repesented from each team. The Rockies, Brewers, and Red Sox only have one representative. Out of the three, the Rockies and Brewers’ organization have me concerned. In recent years, they have had later draft picks but they have also not drafted well. Yes. Royce Lewis is #36 for me. I’m pretty sure I am the lowest on him and maybe ranked a bit lower than I should to emphasize my concern. Even though he his repeating the level, his BB% has decreased while his K% and SwStk% have increased. He is also struggling on the basebaths with seven caught stealings to go along with his fourteen stolen bases. He also looked way overmatched when I saw him in the Futures Game in Cleveland. I really hope Lewis will prove me wrong. There are only 22 pitchers in my top 100. For fantasy, pitching is very risky. That is why I was a bit intrigued with the Braves going pitching heavy in their rebuild I guess zig while everyone zags?