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“Supervised Minors” 2015 Prospect Rankings For Fantasy Baseball

MIguel Sano,. 2015 Prospect Rankings, Tom Hagerty

Check in every Saturday for all the minor-league information and prospect rankings that you need for your Fantasy team.

These 2015 prospect rankings will be focused on minor leaguers, and each one I mention should be owned in Fantasy Baseball dynasty leagues.

Each week we’ll update the list with new names and minor-league breakouts in this article. We’ll also let you know when it’s time to pull the trigger on players in non-dynasty leagues.

This article will tip you off on who you should stash on the verge of making the jump to the majors.

We’re also taking the torch from Chris Meyers’ preseason Top 109 MLB Prospects. Chris will be writing a weekly piece on rookies that are essentially already in the majors.

2015 Prospect Rankings for Fantasy Baseball

1Kris Bryant3BCHCOnly thing standing between him and the majors are stupid baseball financial rules.End of AprilShould be rostered in all leagues
2Carlos RodonSPCHWThrows pure unhittable filth when he's on. Sox won't let him sit for long.April/MayShould be rostered in all leagues
3Jake Lamb3BARIAppears to be on the wrong side of Yasmani Tomas. Great hitter.May/JuneNL Only, Deep Mixed
4Noah SyndergaardSPNYMRough AAA season last year but strike throwers are always useful in our game.Mid-seasonNL Only
5Addison RussellSSCHCToo talented to keep on the farm. Mid-seasonNL Only
6Dylan BundySPBALComing off Tommy John, but the pedigree is undeniable. Mid-seasonAL Only
7Miguel Sano3BMINReturning from injury that cost him 2014. Massive power potential.Mid-seasonDynasty and deep keeper
8Byron BuxtonOFMINHuge talent has been overshadowed by injury bug. I still believe.Mid-seasonAL Only, Deep Mixed
9Archie BradleySPARIElbow issues cut short 2014, but his 2013 was dazzling (1.84 ERA, 162 K)July/AugustNL Only
10Jung Ho KangSSPITImpossible to project numbers from Korea, but all signs indicate this guy can hit.May/JuneNL Only, Deep Mixed
11Daniel NorrisRP, SPTORLefty with plus velocity, led minors in K/9 last year. Could burst on the scene.JuneAL Only, Deep Mixed
12Jose Peraza2BATLAltuve clone likely not ready yet, but will get some time with majors down the stretch. SeptemberDynasty and deep keeper
13Jon GraySPCOLWould be higher on this list if not for him having to pitch at Coors. True fireballer.May/JuneDynasty only
14Aaron SanchezRP, SPTORPossible closer by seasons end for a team that ought to win a fair number of games.May/JuneAL Only, Deep Mixed
15Henry OwensSPBOSSharp lefty with good mid-90s stuff. Appears ready for the show.SeptemberWait for the call up
16Maikel Franco3BPHIPhillies in no rush to bring him up, but once he's ready Cody Asche will give little resistence.SeptemberWait for the call up
17Francisco LindorSSCLEHe's a project, but his path to the majors seems clear. Will be better down the road.JuneDynasty and deep keeper
18Mark AppelSPHOULast years numbers deceiving: had good second half and excellent fall league.July/AugustDynasty and deep keeper
19Dilson Herrera2BNYMUseful power/speed combo. Only thing standing in his way is David Murphy…July/AugustWait for the call up
20D.J Peterson3BSEATons of power. Might get him to the show this year although he's blocked by Seager.SeptemberDynasty and deep keeper

Here’s a list of the best players not likely to get the call until next year — but they should still be rostered in all dynasty leagues: Carlos Correa, SS, Houston; Corey Seager, SS, L.A. Dodgers; Joey Gallo, 3B, Texas; Lucas Giolito, SP, Washington; Julio Urias, SP, L.A. Dodgers and Kyle Schwarber, OF, Chicago Cubs.

Miguel Sano Photo Credit: Tom Hagerty

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