MINORS: Deep sleepers outside of the HQ100

(This article appeared in the 2013 Minor League Baseball Analyst)

One of the more arduous tasks of writing about prospects is compiling a list such as the HQ100. While there seemingly are similar prospects on most pundits’ lists, the order can be quite divergent. Most Top 100 lists feature names that have become well-known through well above average performance or sterling reputations earned from high draft selections or storied amateur pedigrees. This essay will focus on ten minor league prospects who are unlikely to be on any 2013 Top 100 list. These ten prospects have relatively high ceilings, however, and for fantasy leaguers with deep farm systems, these are names to consider after the Top 100 are gone.

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