Looking ahead at the top 10 fantasy baseball prospects for 2019

Eloy Jimenez didn't crack the big leagues this season but batted .337 with a .961 OPS in stops at Double-A and Triple-A. Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire

The best fantasy baseball managers are always looking ahead, staying on top of the next crop of highly touted prospects on the verge of reaching the big leagues. As we saw this season with Ronald Acuna Jr. in Atlanta, Juan Soto in Washington, Shohei Ohtani in Los Angeles, Miguel Andujar in New York and several others, rookies are capable of delivering tons of value for a fantasy roster.

So which prospects in the minors should be on your radar as potential impact players for the 2019 season? Here is my list of the top 10, ranked based on a blend of talent and potential MLB (and fantasy) opportunity.