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Dylan Carlson in top 10 of Baseball America’s top 100 prospects - A Hunt and Peck

Matthew Liberatore and Nolan Gorman also appear on the list.

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It is exciting to find out the future looks bright, right? That is what the Cardinals have heard from Baseball America in regards to three of their top prospects. That’s right, Baseball America’s Top 100 prospect list is available.

It is behind a paywall so I am not allowed to provide a lot of detail, but I will say that the Cardinals have three prospects make the cut: Dylan Carlson comes in at number 9, Matthew Liberatore at 46, and Nolan Gorman close behind at 54. Carlson jumps up one spot from number 10, Liberatore dropped four spots from 42, and Gorman moved up one spot from 55 in 2020.

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