Now that the short-season leagues are off and running, I thought it would be a good idea to re-introduce our depth chart for the minors. Obviously, the Rays value defensive flexibility, and that extends down through the minors too. Vince Belnome may be listed at first base, but he'll play elsewhere on the infield too. Ryan Dunn on Bowling Green seems to play everywhere, so the listed positions are just a general guide. The less-defunct-than-people-think Rays Prospects still maintains a depth chart that is quite frankly better than this one, and whenever I have a question about who might go where on the depth chart, that's the place I use to clear it all up.
The top 30 prospect list I use for reference is that of our writers, not Baseball America's which might explain a discrepancy or two if you were expecting something different. Even after we do our mid-season update, I'm going to stick with the pre-season top 30. I'll do my best to update the chart when there are transactions.