Keith Law's top 100 prospects came out today, which is the third top 100 list that came out in the last week. MLB.com released their top 100 last week, and Baseball Prospectus released their top 101 on Monday. Each set of rankings led to different results for each player, which happens with any group of rankings. Wanting to get some sort of a consensus on each player, I decided to average the rankings, then take the median of the three lists.
Note that I didn't average the rankings for every single player, then figure out where they would rank. I just took the Pirates and their rankings. That means that Gregory Polanco averages to a 17 (or 16.67, rounded up). That 17 average might not mean he's the 17th best player on average if you combine the entire lists. He could end up higher or he...
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