MINORS: 2013 top OF prospects

 

This week we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position, focusing on the outfield. Unlike other positions, there are a handful of outfielders who could play prominent roles for their clubs in 2013—whether it be early in the season or later. Just over one-quarter (26) of the HQ100 are outfielders, led by Wil Myers (TAM). While quite a number of these prospects will see significant playing time this season, there are several others lurking in the lower minors who have tantalizing upsides and plentiful tools.

The dollar ranges listed below represent projected values for 2013 and are broken down in $5 dollar increments. (Linked players appear in his individual team's organization report or individual...

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