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The second top prospects compilation file is now available. I've added Kevin Goldstein's star ratings back into the grids and updated the usual suspects. There's also a new series of entries this week from MILB Prospects by Matt Garrioch.

For those of you who missed last week's post or are unfamiliar with this compilation, here's a little primer for you: 

I've been accumulating top prospect rankings from various sources across the Internet since 2007. Each year, I'd take the rankings of different sites and organize them within a master Excel workbook so readers could compare one list to the next. At first I prepared the worksheets for a handful of friends and colleagues, but before long, dozens of readers and analysts (including many here at BP) were asking to download the compilations.

I have linked below to the new top prospects compilation file. The Excel workbook contains several tabs at the bottom representing each of the league’s divisions as well as a tab for top 100 lists and positional analysis. My goal is to update the file at least once a week through April.
 
As usual, if you find any errors or omissions, would like to recommend a ranking source, or have any other comments or suggestions, please email me at jhamrahi@baseballprospectus.com.
 
Thanks!