One of the most exciting parts of spring training each year is getting a chance to see some of the game’s top prospects in action against big league talent.

While the preseason can be a monotonous time for established big league players, it’s an exciting chance for young guys to show what they’re capable of, and in some cases, it’s the first chance a fanbase gets to see what could be the future of its team in a game situation.

So with spring training less than a month away, let’s take a look at each MLB team’s prospect who will turn the most heads this spring.

To clarify, this is not simply an overview of each teams No. 1 prospect, though in many cases, that’s who winds up being the selection.

Instead, we’re focusing here on guys with tools that make you say “wow” when you watch them—a slugger who can put on a show in batting practice, a speedster who can leg out an infield hit and then steal second, a starter with an nasty repertoire of pitches or a late-inning reliever who can light up the radar gun.


*Note: Not every team has released its list of non-roster invitees yet this year, so in some cases we are assuming that a prospect not currently on the 40-man roster is going to get an invite to big league camp.

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