We are nearing the end of preseason rankings as the Atlanta Braves pitchers and catchers are set to report to Spring Training next week. Keith Law of the Athletic released his farm system rankings ahead of the 2024 season, and the Braves came in at number 26. The Baltimore Orioles topped the list.
The Braves have dealt several of their top prospects in recent years, leading to a bottom-half ranking. This offseason, we saw it in the form of the Vaughn Grissom swap for Chris Sale. The Braves do, however, have a couple of talented pitching prospects in Hurston Waldrep and AJ Smith-Shawver.
The low ranking wasn’t much of a surprise to anyone, as only one Brave was included in Law’s Top 100 Prospect List.
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