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2022 Top 100 perspectives by numbers

Every year, we examine the demographics of Baseball America's Top 100 Prospects. We continue this year to look at how many players reached 2022 Top 100 Prospects by team, position, nationality, source and, for players drafted, draft round. You can find Top 100 demographic information for previous years here, here and here.

AFTER HOLD

Pirates6
D-back6
Dodgers5
Fighting5
Guardians5
Seafarers5
Marlins5
Orioles5
Rays5
Gemini5
red Sox4
Red4
Blue Jays3
Brave3
Cardinals3
Mets3
National3
Fathers3
Rangers3
Royal3
Tigers3
Yankees3
Astros2
Kids2
Phillies2
Angels1
athletics1
Brewers1
Rocky Mountains1
White Sox0

AFTER POSITION

Note: Players are listed by their current position, not their expected future position.

Catcher12
First base3
Second base5
Third base6
Shortstop26
Udmark16
Right-handed pitcher24
Left-handed pitcher8

AFTER NATIONALITY

Note: Players born in Puerto Rico are listed separately from the United States. Players are otherwise listed by the country in which they were born.

United States68
Dominican Republic17
Venezuela8
Puerto Rico2
Cuba2
Australia1
Canada1
Panama1

AFTER SOURCE

College26
Junior College2
High school42
International30
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Average Exit Speed, Fastball Speed ​​for Top 100 Leads

Here we take a look at the average exit speed and fastball speed for Top 100 Prospects.

IN THE EVENT OF ROAD ROUND

Note: Only 70 players in the Top 100 were drafted. The remaining 30 signed as international free agents.

1st round51
2nd round9
3rd round4
4th round2
5th round2
Round 60
7th round2
Rounds 8-400

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