Baseball Prospects of 2016 Each year baseball fans are excited about the top baseball prospectus. This year is no different. Here is a list of the 2016 prospects under the various team names. You will also see the details of the 2016 Top Ten prospects. Standard Mixed Leagues--Hitters High floors and high ceilings are near finished products to match. Each player should spend at least 75 percent of the season in the majors. One. Corey Seager, SS, Dogers Two. Byron Buxton, OF, Twins Three. A.J. Reed, 1B, Astros Four. Nomar Mazara, OF, Rangers Five. Trea Turner, SS, Nationals Six. Max Kepler, OF/DH, Twins b. Standard Mixed Leagues—Starting Pitchers Matz gets lumped in here, but he should be the third prospect drafted behind Seager and Buxton. Giolito is the least likely to make 20 big league starts, but he has SP1 upside.