Washington Nationals Top 30 Prospect Rankings Update

August 6, 2023

Since trading Max Scherzer, Trea Turner, and Juan Soto a year ago, the Washington Nationals have been in full rebuild mode. But the hauls already are starting to pay off in the form of CJ Abrams and MacKenzie Gore, and the club added the top talent in the 2023 draft class in Dylan Crews.

The Nationals are a little light in the pitching department down in the minors, but expect to get Cade Cavalli back in 2024 and added upside play Travis Sykora in Round 3.

The trade that sent Jeimer Candelario to the Chicago Cubs landed Washington two Top 25 prospects, too.

The top of the system has big upside, and there’s depth growing below it. Fun times ahead for the Nationals?

Here’s the update for the Nats’ Top 30:

RANKPLAYERPOS
1James WoodOF
2Dylan CrewsOF
3Brady House3B
4Robert Hassell IIIOF
5Cade CavalliRHP
6Jarlin SusanaRHP
7Yohandy Morales3B
8Elijah GreenOF
9Jackson RutledgeRHP
10Cristhian VaqueroOF
11Cole HenryRHP
12Travis SykoraRHP
13Jeremy De La RosaOF
14Jake BennettLHP
15T.J. WhiteOF
16Zach BrzykcyRHP
17Armando CruzSS
18DJ HerzLHP
19Roismar QuintanaOF
20Daylen LileOF
21Andrew PinckneyOF
22Kevin MadeSS
23Andry LaraRHP
24Trey Lipscomb3B
25Israel PinedaC
26Jake IrvinLHP
27Jose FerrerLHP
28Gavin AdamsRHP
29Darren Baker2B
30Matt CroninLHP
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