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2015 Washington Nationals Top Preseason Prospects

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Washington Nationals 2015 Top 20 Prospects

The Nationals already have one of the best starting rotations in the big leagues and it looks like it will only get better in the next few years with Lucas Giolito getting closer to making his major league debut.  Giolito got a future superstar ranking from us based on his upper-90s fastball to go with great breaking stuff and good command.  Washington has a lot of talent in their farm system, which should help keep them relevant for years to come.

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★★★★★★ – Superstar player that has the potential to make an instant impact in the Major Leagues. This player is a future MVP or Cy Young Candidate.
★★★★★ – Great player at his respected position. Has the potential to be a number one starter if he’s a pitcher. Has All-Star potential, but isn’t on the superstar level.
★★★★ – A good everyday player, but not on the great level. A good number two or three if he’s a pitcher.
★★★ – Major League potential, but most likely just a bench player or number 4 or 5 starter. A chance they will spend most of their career in the minors.

1. Lucas Giolito, RHP
★★★★★★
2. Michael Taylor, OF
★★★★
3. A.J. Cole, RHP
★★★★

4. Trea Turner, SS
★★★★
5. Joe Ross, RHP
★★★★
6. Erick Fedde, RHP
★★★★
7. Reynaldo Lopez, RHP
★★★★
8. Wilmer Difo SS/2B
★★★★
9. Austin Voth, RHP
★★★
10. Rafael Bautista, OF
★★★
11. Raudy Read, C
★★★
12. Spencer Kieboom, C
★★★
13. Tony Renda, 2B
★★★
14. Jakson Reetz, C
★★★
15. Brian Goodwin, OF
★★★
16. Drew Ward, 3B
★★★
17. Felipe Rivero, LHP
★★★
18. Abel De Los Santos, RHP
★★★
19. Isaac Ballou, OF
★★★
20. Pedro Severino, C
★★★

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