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I have ranked every farm system, as well as the top 100 MLB prospects of 2016. Below, I've ranked the top 10 Marlins prospects, with an overview of the system and any other names of note beyond the top 10. I also discussed any prospects who might help the big league club in 2016, prospects whose stock has taken a big hit in the past year and a sleeper prospect (or two) I think can jump into the Top 100 list for 2017.
A few quick notes: 1) As in my other prospect files, I use the 20 to 80 grading scale when scouting these prospects; 2) If a prospect is in the Top 100, clicking on his ranking will take you to the page for his scouting profile.
Non-Insider subscribers: Check out the Baltimore Orioles top 10 prospects report to see what these entail.