Keith Law's complete guide to NL Central prospects

With a triple-digit fastball in his arsenal, Hunter Greene could give the Reds an ace to build around. AP Photo/Julio Cortez

We already ran down the top 100 prospects in baseball, so now it's time go deeper by division. Today it's the NL Central, starting with the Chicago Cubs.

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Editor's note: Age is the player's age as of July 1, 2018. Players with experience in foreign major leagues such as Japan's NPB or Korea's KBO -- think Shohei Ohtani -- are ineligible for these rankings.

Chicago Cubs

Winning is a tough business, as the Cubs have strip-mined their system for three straight NLCS appearances and a world championship, leaving a system that's shallower than it has been since the new regime took over and also lacks any prospects in the global top 50.