Baseball America unveiled their annual top 100 prospects list this evening and the top spot went to Cubs prospect third baseman Kris Bryant.
Bryant earned top honors after batting .325 with a 1.098 OPS while leading the minors with 43 homers in 138 games between Double-A and Triple-A last season at the age of 22. Twins prospect outfielder Byron Buxton was No. 1 on last year’s list, but he dropped one spot to No. 2 after an injury-plagued season. Addison Russell of the Cubs, Carlos Correa of the Astros, and Corey Seager of the Dodgers rounded out the top five.
The Red Sox and Mets tied for the most representatives in the Top 100, with seven each. You can see the full list here.