Even with a recent solid addition at the top of the list, this continues to be a very weak system.
Still a strong system despite some recent trades and high-profile graduates.
Oakland’s system lacks depth and lost plenty of talent after a busy offseason filled with trades.
Investing in international free agency and some right-handed pop has the Mariners system healthy.
The Rangers system continues to be stocked with high-end talent oozing with potential.
Strong drafts and international acquisitions keeps the Royals system strong despite development hiccups for some higher profile names.
The trend stays the same: the Tigers win at the highest level, but their system remains rather weak.
The system is starting to create some depth, but the highlight still remains the elite talent at the very top.
A system on the rise with elite talent at the top and some future contributors sprinkled in.
A combination of hitting on high draft picks and international signings has this system teeming with talent.
One of the more talented big-league rosters will have some impact youth arriving shortly.
No true elite talent at the top, but plenty of potential major-league contributors and some breakout candidates.
Some near-ready impact arms and high-ceiling, low-level bats fill the Rockies system.
Some impact arms are not too far off, and while the bats aren’t as impressive, there’s major-league talent there as well.
Top heavy system that drops off after a pair of near-elite pitching prospects.