Last week, we focused on the top left-handed pitchers in the minor leagues. Today, we shift focus to the more traditional hand. By doing so, we also discuss the overall top pitching prospect in the game.
Right-handed pitchers makes up roughly two-thirds of pitching. The well of righties in the minor leagues also runs very deep. Of Keith Law's preseason top 100 list, 32 were right-handed pitchers. They continued to be well-represented on his midseason list, taking 13 of the 50 available spots and three others receiving honorable mention.
Although this is the last list in the series, it is arguably the most profound. It boasts not only the best pitcher in the minors, but perhaps the preeminent prize in all of baseball. Without further ado, the top 10 right-handed prospects.