You already know that the BP Prospect Tracker is one of the best tools on the internet. However, one of the best just got a little bit better. In addition to the team's top 10 prospects as ranked in the offseason, we've added the players listed as "On the Rise" and "Factors on the Farm."

Players like Evan Gattis, Adeiny Hechavarria, and Logan Schafer have already seen significant big league time this season. Who else might hit the big leagues soon? How about other players on your favorite team listed as a Factor on the Farm? You can now track these guys on the prospect tracker!

Additionally, just because a player doesn't make his organization's top 10 prospects doesn't mean he should be ignored. Players on the rise included 16-year-old sensation Julio Urias as well as Futures Game representatives Rougned Odor and Michael Ynoa. Odor got a little buried in one of the deeper systems in the game, featuring the game's top prospect as well as some other high ceiling talent–but he was on that next level down and is sure to get on next year's list.

Who are the next top young players to grab headlines? Research for yourself using the improved Prospect Tracker!

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Additionally, if you'd like to view ALL Factors on the Farm, click the link on the Prospect Tracker home page, or BP account holders will have this "team" available as the first choice in the team tracker drop down menu.


A small request -- normally, for players on the top 10 who have played at multiple levels, their entries will all be displayed next to each other. The FOF/OTR players, though, don't seem to be sorted in the same way, though (see, e.g., the Red Sox page). Would it be possible for them to be grouped by player as well? Thanks!
good find. Fixed!