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Top 100 MLB prospects for 2023, according to Kiley McDaniel

Spring training is just around the corner, and that means it is time for an annual rite of passage ahead of the new MLB season: ranking the top prospects in baseball.

The top of this year's list is ruled by two teams that boast the strongest farm systems in the sport -- the Baltimore Orioles and Arizona Diamondbacks -- with their brightest young stars now starting to hit the major leagues. You'll also notice a heavy dose of left-handed hitters, many playing the premium position of shortstop, early on in the rankings.

For a quick overview of the tools grades on the 20-80 scale that are used heavily throughout this list -- and are the industry standard across baseball -- along with other key terms used in the rankings click here.