Team representation on the position lists
As we all gear up for the release of the Top 100 list and the big Top 50 show on MLB Network and MLB.com (9 p.m. ET), a little fodder for you.
We’ve now posted all of the Top 10 by position lists. That’s 80 total players. Obviously, many of them will be on the Top 100 and I can tell you now that all are on a team’s Top 20 (coming the week of Feb. 4). That shouldn’t come as a shock.
But which organizations had the best representation on these lists? Using a weighted “prospect points” system — 10 points for a No. 1 spot, 9 points for No. 2, etc. — here’s what the standings look like. What does it mean? I’m not exactly sure, but it’s interesting to see who has the most reps on these lists.