Midseason MLB Top 10 Prospects

*Note* None Of The Recent 2017 MLB First Year Player Draftees Are Eligible For My List

#1: Yoan Moncada – 2B – Chicago White Sox
Consensus #1 Prospect All Season Long Has Not Lost Luster Off His Elite Prospect Status A September Call-Up May Be In The Works
#2: Amed Rosario – SS – New York Mets
Amed Entered The Season As A Very Highly Touted Prospect Not Only Has He Solidified His Standing But Has Exceeded Many People’s Expecations
#3: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – OF – Toronto Blue Jays
Vlad Has Raked A Ball As A 18 Year Old Though This Isn’t A Very High Level But His Tools And His Age Are Both Huge Plus Factors To Why He Makes It Here On The List
#4: Eloy Jimenez – OF – Chicago Cubs
Eloy Is A ABSOLUTE BEAST!!! His Power Tool Is Off The Hook And Has Shown Extreme Improvement All Around
#5: Gleyber Torres – SS – New York Yankees
Gleyber Is Now Out For The Remainder Of The 2017 Season With TJ Surgery Coming But He Is Status Remains About The Same
#6: Brendan Rodgers – SS – Colorado Rockies
Brendan Rodgers Who I Am A Huge Fan Of Has Shown A Good Knack For Hitting, Power, And Has The Same Type Of Game As Former Colorado Rockies Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki
#7: Victor Robles – OF – Washington Nationals
Victor Robles Has Done More Than Just Hold His Own This Year While He May Not Have Eye Popping Numbers He Has Been Consistent And Has Shown The Five Tool Game We All Think He Has!
#8: Ozzie Albies – 2B – Atlanta Braves
While Ozzie Has Lost A Little Luster Of His Prospect Status To Me Nothing Has Changed I Mean He’s Doing More Than Holding His Own In Triple A As A 20 Year Old What’s Not Impressive About That!
#9: Nick Senzel – 3B – Cincinnati Reds
Nick As Many Expected Has Basically Breezed His Way Through The Reds Minor League System With The Numbers You Want To See! Do I See A Kris Bryant 2.0? 
#10: Rafael Devers – 3B – Boston Red Sox
Rafael Devers Has A Very Unique Game For A 3B Has The Hitting Ability But Isn’t As Limited In The Way Of Versatility Like Many 3B He Has All Star Potential If All Clicks!