In December, Fangraphs released their version of the Brewers top 38 prospects. When compared to MLB Pipeline, which is what is seen on the Brewers.com website, there were some differences. Now we have a third prospect rankings list to add into the mix. Prospects Live just released their top 30 rankings. Here, we will compare the top 10 prospects among all three lists.
Below are the Brewers top 10 prospects according to MLB Pipeline, Fangraphs, and Prospects Live.
MLB Pipeline Fangraphs Prospects Live
1. OF Jackson Chourio 1. OF Jackson Chourio 1. OF Jackson Chourio
2. OF Sal Frelick 2. INF Brice Turang 2. OF Sal Frelick
3. OF Joey Wiemer 3. OF Sal Frelick 3. OF Joey Wiemer
4. INF Brice Turang 4. OF Joey Wiemer 4. INF Brice Turang
5. OF Garrett Mitchell 5. LHP Robert Gasser 5. OF Garrett Mitchell
6. 2B Tyler Black 6. OF Garrett Mitchell 6. RHP Jacob Misiorowski
7. C Jefferson Quero 7. RHP Abner Uribe 7. Jefferson Quero
8. RHP Jacob Misiorowski 8. RHP Jacob Misiorowski 8. SS Eric Brown Jr
9. SS Eric Brown Jr 9. SS Eric Brown Jr 9. LHP Robert Gasser
10. LHP Robert Gasser 10. C Jefferson Quero 10. 2B Tyler Black
As expected, Jackson Chourio is first on all three lists. The second through fifth spots are primarily a mixture of Sal Frelick, Brice Turang, Joey Wiemer, and Garrett Mitchell. Robert Gasser did sneak into the fifth spot ahead of Mitchell in Fangraphs rankings. All of these players have a legitimate shot at playing in the big leagues in 2023.
Fifth through tenth gets a bit more variable. Jefferson Quero, Eric Brown Jr, and Jacob Misiorowski appear on all three lists. Tyler Black appears on two lists. Abner Uribe is a part of Fangraphs rankings only. Of these prospects, Uribe is on the 40-man roster and could debut for the Brewers in 2023.