After trading away the core of an already weak minor league system, the White Sox have some rebuilding to do.
Barton and Votto will try to beat the odds and establish themselves as elite Major League first basemen right away in '08.
Who will be baseball's Top 10 prospects entering 2009?
Teaming Soto and Gallagher with Fukudome and a strong '07 draft, things are looking good for the North Siders.
The Rockies farm system is full of depth and a solid blend of big-league-ready and high-upside talents.
by Doug Gray
Featuring the likes of Bruce, Bailey, Cueto, and Votto, the Reds have one of the strongest farm systems in all of baseball.
The first installment of our top prospects by position comes from one of the deeper classes of catchers in recent years.
J.R. Towles and Michael Bourn are the top two prospects in a farm system that hasn't had many resources poured into it.
With a farm system rich in talent and depth, Cleveland should be in contention for the better part of the next decade.
by Mike Rogers
Rick Porcello leads the way for a system in rebuilding after dealing for Cabrera, Willis, and Renteria this offseason.
Boasting the likes of Cameron Maybin, Chris Volstad, and Co., things could be looking a lot worse on the Miami horizon.
Replacing Billy Butler and Alex Gordon, Mike Moustakas and Luke Hochevar now lead the Royals' farm.
With Brandon Wood at the helm, yet another generation of true Major League talent is waiting in the Halos' wings.
Clayton Kershaw and Andy LaRoche highlight yet another crop of talented upper-level prospects for the Dodgers.
The Brewers are suddenly sparse in elite, minor-league talent, though Matt LaPorta has a good chance of being special.
Tyler Robertson leads a Twins farm system that is scarce with upper-end talent.
International signee Fernando Martinez leads a Mets system that has be short on early draft picks lately.
Built around first round draft picks at the big league level, Philly hasn't been as successful with its first rounders lately.
Joba Chamberlain and Ian Kennedy give the Yankees as promising a pair of prospect arms as any organization.
The A's overhauled a suddenly weak minor league system with a breadth of new talent courtesy of the 2007 draft class.
Andrew McCutchen leads the way for a Pirates' system in search of some much needed depth.
Along with Angel Villalona and Carlos Triunfel, Oscar Tejeda made Foster's Top 75 as a 17-year-old.
Despite giving up Asdrubal Cabrera for essentially peanuts last season, Seattle is still developing a solid, young core.
The Padres have turned what was a prospect wasteland a few years ago into a potentially fruitful farm system.
One last showing in the limelight for Foster's Ranking program.
The Giants have a solid mix of high-ceiling and safe-bet prospects.
The Cardinals haven't had a Top 15 overall pick for seven years and they've still brough in their share of talent.
With Justin Upton and Adam Jones no longer prospect eligible, the Top 25 had room for a couple of new names.
Bursting with talented prospects, the Devil Rays' farm system could easily wind up being star-studded.
Eric Hurley is our choice for the top prospect in a system that is full of high-ceiling talent.
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Our Top Prospects
1. Mike Trout, CF (LAA)