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.
The system isn’t ready to produce much yet, but at the lower levels something is happening.
Despite numerous big trades over the years, Toronto has impact talent ready to help and up-and-coming kids filling out a deep system.
Still not the high-impact Rays system of the last decade, but emerging talent via international signings.
Yet again, the Red Sox boast a deep system with plenty of talent at various stages of development.
The Cardinals have recently produced both role players and impact talent from their system, a trend that looks to continue.
Depending on how you look at things, this system is stocked with upside or filled with a lot of question marks.
Despite graduating some top talent recently, the Pirates still have a deep, impact system.
Once a system lacking impact, the Brewers have been aggressive in the international market and gone for high-upside athletes in the draft, leading to an intriguing group of talent.
Arguably the best system in all of baseball, with multiple elite talents heading the list and plenty of high-ceiling depth scattered throughout.
A deep system with impact talent ready to help and interesting prospects at the lower levels primed to breakout.
Strength at the top, but a thin system overal with a chance to get better depending on development of players at the back of the list.
A deep pool of Latin American talent will supplement a remarkable under-25 core.
Not the best system, but Lucas Giolito could make it memorable.
Enjoy this list while you can, as the top talent will be in the majors before you blink.