The MLB Draft, the All-Star Break, and the Trade Deadline are in the rearview mirror. That means it’s time for a new edition of the Purple Row Prospects (PuRPs) list — Purple Row’s community farm system Top 30 ranking — to rank the new additions to the system as well as the holdovers who have risen and fallen with their production during the 2022 season! Since the last time we voted in March (here’s the pre-season 2022 list), some prospects lost their eligibility, whether from exceeding their rookie status or leaving the organization, while of course the MLB draft (but not the trade deadline) have added new players to be evaluated. It’s an important evaluation period for the Rockies, who have many potential names to add to the 40-man roster this off-season to avoid losing them in minor league free agency or the Rule 5 draft. Colorado’s farm system is still generally ranked in the bottom half in MLB by the national prospect watchers. That written, there are plenty of future Rockies in the system and this is still one of my favorite Purple Row threads each year. Let’s get to it!