NL East: 80 Prospects You Need to Know

NL East: 80 Prospects You Need to Know

This article is part of our Farm Futures series.

For those who have not already heard or noticed, some improvements to the prospect coverage have been implemented this year. First, the top-200 prospect rankings have been expanded to a top-400. Secondly, the team top-10s have been expanded to include the top-20 prospects in each organization. These changes are self explanatory. The more prospects the better. The third change, however, is the most exciting one. Instead of highlighting the top-10 fantasy prospects on each team during the winter, the format will now include analysis on every fantasy-relevant prospect in baseball while also ranking those prospects in their respective systems. This means there will be 20-plus prospects ranked in certain systems and less than 10 prospects ranked in others. There was no point in listing an irrelevant prospect just to reach an arbitrary total of 10. Similarly, it was unfortunate to not include information on highly relevant prospects just because that prospect was not one of his team's 10 best.

I sincerely hope these improvements help you enjoy a leg up on your dynasty league competition. As always, feel free to ask me any prospect-related questions in the comments section or on Twitter @RealJRAnderson.

We will kick things off with the 80 prospects you need to know in the National League East. A special thanks to Andrew Laird for editing and formatting these so that they pop off the page.

Note: to download a PDF version of the lists below, please click here.

To scroll to a specific team,

For those who have not already heard or noticed, some improvements to the prospect coverage have been implemented this year. First, the top-200 prospect rankings have been expanded to a top-400. Secondly, the team top-10s have been expanded to include the top-20 prospects in each organization. These changes are self explanatory. The more prospects the better. The third change, however, is the most exciting one. Instead of highlighting the top-10 fantasy prospects on each team during the winter, the format will now include analysis on every fantasy-relevant prospect in baseball while also ranking those prospects in their respective systems. This means there will be 20-plus prospects ranked in certain systems and less than 10 prospects ranked in others. There was no point in listing an irrelevant prospect just to reach an arbitrary total of 10. Similarly, it was unfortunate to not include information on highly relevant prospects just because that prospect was not one of his team's 10 best.

I sincerely hope these improvements help you enjoy a leg up on your dynasty league competition. As always, feel free to ask me any prospect-related questions in the comments section or on Twitter @RealJRAnderson.

We will kick things off with the 80 prospects you need to know in the National League East. A special thanks to Andrew Laird for editing and formatting these so that they pop off the page.

Note: to download a PDF version of the lists below, please click here.

To scroll to a specific team, simply click on their logo below.

                    


ATLANTA BRAVES

MIAMI MARLINS

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NEW YORK METS
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
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WASHINGTON NATIONALS
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James Anderson
James Anderson is RotoWire's Lead Prospect Analyst, Assistant Baseball Editor, and co-host of Farm Fridays on Sirius/XM radio and the RotoWire Prospect Podcast.
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