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Colorado Rockies rated 7th best minor league system in baseball by ESPN's Keith Law

Keith Law doesn't like the Rockies as much as virtually every other major prospect outfit.

Keith Law doesn't believe in Jon Gray, it appears.
Keith Law doesn't believe in Jon Gray, it appears.
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Tis the season for prospect lists, apparently, and we've been writing this week about the Colorado Rockies' rankings across baseball, both on an individual level and for the organization as a whole. Keith Law's ESPN rankings came out on Thursday morning, so let's do it all again one more time!

Corey Seager tops 2016 ranking of top 100 prospects —

Law puts five Rockies prospects in the top 100, and considers the Rockies to be the seventh best system in baseball coming into spring training. Brendan Rodgers and Jeff Hoffman make the list, but interestingly, Jon Gray does not; does Law know something literally no one else does? Or, is he just flat out wrong?

Rockies beef up bullpen, add vets to lineup —

Thomas Harding takes a look at the newcomers to the Rockies' organization, including Jake McGee, Chad Qualls, Jason Motte, and Gerardo Parra. Both from us and from everybody else, so many previews, lists, suppositions, guesses, breakdowns... let's just get it on with baseball season already, shall we?!

Graves' Rockies predictions —

Who knew Danny Graves was still a thing?! He looks great! His hair, and his goatee, and his predictions! He guesses at who will lead the Rockies in a few hitting and pitching categories in this video, and is bullish on Nolan Arenado like pretty much everyone else in baseball this spring.

40 in 40: Chris Iannetta — Lookout Landing

Former Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta is going to get a heckuva shot in Seattle this spring to more or less hold down the everyday job with little by way of backup plan as he soon enters his mid-30s. It may turn out exactly how you're anticipating.

Pipeline Inbox: Who will make biggest leap in 2016? —

Jim Callis of anticipates Raimel Tapia to be among his list of prospects who will make the biggest jump in 2016, a definite nod to a very unique and somewhat volatile prospect that ought to start the summer with Double-A Hartford. We'll see if he's a top 50 talent next year for MLB Pipeline!