Top 10 Dynasty Fantasy Baseball MLB Prospects


It’s one month until baseball season!! Now it’s time for fantasy owners to start preparing for the draft. In some cases , the names below aren’t on the yearly leagues radar, but most definitely on the dynasty leagues must get. If these are still available, sweep them up now!

  1. Wander Franco – The undisputed number one, Franco busted on the scene in 2018 as a 17 year old. This Tampa Bay Ray will be roaming shortstop starting in 2021. MLB has him ranked as the #1 overall prospect as well. Locked in as a cant miss prospect. ETA 2021
  2. Luis Robert – On the heels of a massive contract extension, his second big contract and hasn’t played a game in the majors yet, Robert is the MLB’s #3 prospect. He is slated to start this year in the majors given that there is no reason for service time manipulation. He has signed $100MM in contracts BEFORE he has even slated to play. There is a lot of pressure on him to perform right away and all the critics claim he can handle it. He will go very high in drafts. ETA 2020
  3. Jo Adell – The second coming of Mike Trout (might be a little off) will arrive this year. Baseball execs have said for years, the Angels may have another player with Trout’s stats also patrolling the outfield with Trout soon. Well, he’s ready. Baseball’s #5 overall prospect will see the majors at some point in 2020. ETA 2020
  4. Gavin Lux – At the center of multiple trade rumors this off-season, this #2 overall prospect will land in the majors this year. The Dodgers don’t really have a full time position for Lux and he’s ready now, hence the trade rumors. There’s still a chance Lux is playing for someone else on opening day, which would increase his fantasy value. ETA 2020
  5. Julio Rodriguez – MLB’s overall #22 prospect, Rodriguez will shoot up the prospect ranks this season. He’s still a few years away but this prospects power is undeniable. ETA 2022
  6. Adley Rutschman – If you follow baseball, you’ll know this isn’t too much of a surprise, the hitter first catcher Rutschman was drafted #1 in last year’s MLB Draft, ranking in at the current #6. Rutschman had an up and down year one, but he’s not far off. ETA 2021
  7. Royce Lewis – MLB’s #5 overall prospect, Lewis will put up 20-20 numbers for the Twins for years. Expected to come up sometime this year. ETA 2020
  8. Jarred Kelenic – Seattle will have a stellar outfield in 2022 when Kelenic joins Rodriguez. The dynamic dou will excite Mariners fans for years. Baseball’s overall #13 checks in on this list at #8. ETA 2022
  9. Carter Kieboom – Kieboom is baseball’s #20 prospect and makes a jump based on the NOW factor. Kieboom came up late in 2019 to help the Nationals down the stretch. Kieboom will have an opportunity to grab more playing time throughout the year with Anthony Rendon gone. The Nationals signed a bunch of crafty veterans to fill rendon’s shoes so far, but Kieboom will take it over in the not so distant future. ETA NOW
  10. Andrew Vaughn – Baseball’s #21 prospect, Vaughn’s power is close to Pete Alonso, which is why he was drafted #3 overall last year. This perennial 30 home run threat could join that potent White Sox lineup lat in 2020. ETA 2020


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