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45. RHP Ian Anderson, Atlanta Braves (Previous: HM)

Anderson held his own in his full-season debut last year, and he's continued to impress as the Atlanta organization has let the leash out a bit further at High-A Florida. The 20-year-old sports a 2.51 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with 120 strikeouts in 104 innings this year. There's plenty of projection remaining in his 6'3", 170-pound frame, and he could ultimately settle in as a solid No. 2 starter type at the MLB level.

                     

44. 3B Colton Welker, Colorado Rockies (Previous: 45)

Welker signed an above-slot deal as a fourth-round pick in 2016, and he's since emerged as the best position-player prospect in the Colorado system not named Brendan Rodgers. The 20-year-old is hitting .330/.386/.485 with 29 doubles, 11 home runs and 73 RBI at High-A Lancaster while showing the defensive chops to be a standout third baseman. It's unclear where he fits into the long-term plans with Nolan Arenado blocking his path, but he's quickly established himself as a top-tier prospect.

                               

43. RHP Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres (Previous: NR)

The Padres acquired Paddack from the Miami Marlins at the 2016 deadline in exchange for reliever Fernando Rodney. A forearm strain shortly after the trade wound up leading to Tommy John surgery, and he missed the entire 2017 season recovering. But his return to the mound has been worth the wait. The 22-year-old has been dominant splitting the season between High-A and Double-A, going 7-2 with a 1.91 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 114 strikeouts in 85 innings. His stock has risen as much as any prospect in 2018.

                           

42. OF Estevan Florial, New York Yankees (Previous: 29)

After a breakout 2017 season, Florial has crashed back to earth with a punchless .235/.340/.323 line at High-A Tampa. The five-tool potential remains, and his 13.1 percent walk rate is a good indication he has a plan at the plate. But he needs to find a way to make more consistent, hard contact to deliver on his substantial upside. For now, his stock has begun to slip.

                                      

41. OF Luis Robert, Chicago White Sox (Previous: 33)

A left thumb injury cost Robert a good chunk of the season, but he's finally back in action and hitting .304/.368/.411 with nine extra-base hits and 11 stolen bases in 31 games. The 21-year-old already flashes all five tools, and he still has a lot of raw power to tap into. It cost the White Sox a whopping $26 million with a matching tax penalty to sign him, and while he has yet to reach Double-A, a 2019 debut is not out of the question if he can stay healthy.

Source : https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2790765-brs-updated-top-50-mlb-prospect-rankings

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