Here is the list.
#24 is the highest I have seen Deivi in any ranking. We also have The Martian who is in the top 50 without having played a game, which is pretty cool.
Here is their information about Garcia:
Deivi García, RHP
Height/Weight: 5’9” / 163 lbs
Drafted/Acquired: Signed in July 2015 by the Yankees out of the Dominican Republic for $200,000.
Previous Ranking(s): #4 (Org)
3.06 ERA, 3.55 DRA, 17 ⅔ IP, 14 H, 8 BB, 33 K in 4 games for High-A Tampa;
3.86 ERA, 4.30 DRA, 53 ⅔ IP, 43 H, 26 BB, 87 K in 11 games for Double-A Trenton;
5.40 ERA, 5.12 DRA, 40 IP, 39 H, 20 BB, 45 K in 11 games for Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre
The Report: Start with a deceptive fastball that he can get regularly into the mid 90s. Add a plus-plus curveball. Sprinkle in an average change that flashes higher. Stir with a plus slider…wait, Deivi García has a plus slider now?
A lot of things came together in 2019. García threw 111 ⅓ innings, setting a new career high by over 35 and reducing concerns that he might end up in relief because of his slight frame and low innings counts in the low-minors. His velocity bumped up a little. His curveball command tightened. His changeup consistency improved. He got an awful lot of swings and misses from high-minors hitters. He nearly earned a September call-up from a pennant contender. He did it all during a year in which he didn’t turn 20 until a month-and-a-half into the season.
The addition of a slider during the season is he most intriguing development in 2019 for his future profile, and it was a plus pitch for him almost immediately. Nick Stellini spoke to García about the emergence of the pitch this past summer. In short, it’s a key addition to an arsenal that now looks a lot more like an upper-rotation starter than it did at this time last year.
OFP: 70 / No. 2 starter or elite reliever
Variance: Medium. There’s relief risk due to his size and inconsistent command, but he’s pretty close to MLB-ready and inched closer to a full workload this season.
Major league ETA: By the middle of 2020. I’d say that he might make the team out of spring training, but who are we really kidding here?
Ben Carsley’s Fantasy Take: Concerns about size be damned; García is a fantasy stud in the making. It’d be nice if he were headed for greener pitching pastures than Yankee Stadium, to be sure, but he should pile up wins and strikeouts in pinstripes. Plus, as discussed above, he’s pretty much ready now. It’s possible that the Yankees don’t call him up until mid-season and use him in more of a spot-start or hybrid role, but I think by early 2021, at the latest, we’ll have a bona fide fantasy SP3 with upside here. Buy, buy, buy.
And here is Jasson Dominguez:
Jasson Dominguez, OF
Height/Weight: 5’11” / 195 lbs
Drafted/Acquired: Signed July 2nd, 2019 by the Yankees out of the Dominican Republic for $5,000,000.
Previous Ranking(s): N/R
2019 Stats: Did not play
The Report: The primary basis for our list products is our own in-person staff looks. We don’t have staff looks at every player on every list, although we strive to and came pretty close this year. We supplement that with background discussion with a fairly large network of industry sources—primarily pro scouts who base their opinions on their in-person looks.
This presents a recurring problem for players who have yet to make their stateside debut. Much to my eternal dismay, we don’t have live staff coverage in the Dominican Republic at the moment. Teams are starting to scout the DSL and the informal Tricky League instructs more than they used to, but their coverage is incomplete. Therefore, our access to scout opinions out of there is a lot more uneven than it is for any level of stateside baseball. And, of course, many of the highest-profile J2 signees have been hidden from sight for some time before signing because they agreed to illegal early deals, so the period in which they’re available to opposing scouts after being signed is short.
Jasson Dominguez has yet to make his pro debut. We know a lot about him anyway. He’s one of the highest-profile J2 signees ever, a potential five-tool center fielder touted as the next Mike Trout or Mickey Mantle. The Yankees made an early deal for him and blew their entire pool to do it. He did play in the Tricky League and fall instructs this summer, and reviews were universally positive.
It would be a silly exercise to omit Dominguez from this list. He’s obviously one of the best prospects in this system. There is some early internal support for him to make the 101, where we’ll have to confront his placement in much greater depth. But we have live looks at all 21 other players on this list, plus the ability to get industry reports backchecking them. We don’t have that for Dominguez, and all we’d be doing writing a scouting report on him is repeating low-confidence second/third-hand information about a 16-year-old that hasn’t yet made his pro debut.
OFP: By reputation, a 70 is probably fair, but I have no confidence in this one.
Variance: Extreme. Kevin Maitan was the last J2 to make the 101 the following offseason.
Major league ETA: In the 2023-2026 range.
Ben Carsley’s Fantasy Take: Were dynasty baseball an endeavor for sane people, guys like Dominguez would not be valued quite so highly out of the chute. Sure, there’s a chance that he’s the next Ronald Acuña Jr., but there’s also a chance that he’s the next [INSERT FAILED J2 PROSPECT HERE]. Despite the insane volatility, the prospect of a franchise-changing player is just too alluring for most, and guys like Dominguez end up being valued way more than immediate contributors with lower ceilings. Essentially, I wish that I could say it’s a year too early to buy in on Dominguez. But the reality is this: if you don’t buy now, you’ll never get the chance. It’s up to you if you want to take on the risk/eat the roster spot for a half-decade, but the upside is certainly there.
Just a head's up... If it's cool with you all I'm going to use dates in the title instead of just listing the day of the week, this way it'll be easier for searching purposes, if need be. SWB defeats Lehigh Valley, 3-1 David Hale
: 5.1 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 7 K (This was the definition of a battle. Hale struggled with control and worked at a really slow pace tonight trying to get through the start. It could have - and perhaps should have - been a lot worse, but give him credit for providing SWB with decent length despite just not having it tonight) J.P. Feyereisen
: 2.1 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K (35 pitches/23 strikes - JP has been great out of the pen for SWB and picked up his third win of the season tonight. 1.57 ERA in 34.1 IP with a 1.23 WHIP and a 33/12 K/BB ratio. Equally as impressive: He's only allowed two of his 14 inherited runners to score this season) Joe Harvey
: 1 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 K (Another bullpen arm that's been rock solid all year long. Harvey, 26, was a 19th round pick in the 2014 draft and has made a flawless leap from Tampa to Trenton to SWB in the past calendar year. He underwent TJS in '15 and missed over a year of development time, but has pitched very well since coming back in July of '16. On the season: 27.1 IP, 13 H, 12 BB, 32 K - 1.59 ERA, 0.92 WHIP) Cody Carroll
pitched a clean ninth to close it out for his sixth save on the year. Brandon Drury
: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI (The two run double was smashed to the wall in left center. Drury also just missed a home run by a few feet in the first with a warning track shot to right. As for his performance in the field at 1st... he checked all the boxes. Honestly, I was surprised at how smooth he looked out there, whether it was going to his right on a tough ground ball or making a really nice leaping snag on a line drive. Pretty impressive) Tyler Wade
: 1-4, 2B, SB (Like Drury, just missed a home run by about a foot in the fifth inning. Wade has hit safely in 14 of his last 17 games) Billy McKinney
: 1-3 (Five games in a row without a home run? What's going on here?) Tyler Austin
: 1-4 (5 for 14 with 2 HR and 5 RBI in his four games with SWB since demotion) Ronald Torreyes
: 0-3 L.J. Mazzilli
: 1-3, run, RBI
SWB improves to 35-36 on the season Trenton lost to Binghamton, 7-1
Brian Keller went tonight in place of Luis Cessa, who was originally scheduled to start. Fresh off of the DL, Keller had absolutely nothing tonight and paid for it dearly.
Keller tonight: 4 IP, 8 H, 7 ER, 2 BB, 5 K (82 pitches/52 strikes - ERA jumped to 4.04 on the year. He's been pretty solid, so we'll just chalk this up as a random clunker)
David Sosebee: 3.2 IP 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K (Really nice job in middle relief this evening, and he's been excellent in the pen all year between Tampa and now Trenton - 34.2 IP, 20 H, 9 BB, 38 K; 1.58 ERA, 0.84 WHIP)
After coming off of a game where they scored 16 runs yesterday, there wasn't much offense for Trenton tonight.
Abiatal Avelino: 3-4, 2B, HR, RBI (Such a great season for Abi, who was a triple shy of the cycle tonight. The 23 year old shortstop hit his 9th home of the year, which is the same total he had in 2016 and 2017 combined - .338/.394/.556 in 142 ABs with Trenton)
Jeff Hendrix: 2-3, BB (Real rough season thus far after missing most of April and the first few weeks of May due to an injury - .177/.279/.221 in 113 ABs)
Trenton falls to 41-30 on the season
Thunder Highlights (A whole bunch of ugliness, but at least you can see Avelino's home run at the 2:24 mark)
Tampa defeats Jupiter, 9-3
Albert Abreu: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 6 K (90 pitches/57 strikes - This is now Abreu's 9th start of the year after missing the first month recovering from appendix surgery. Of those nine starts, this is really only his sixth start where they've allowed him to go 80 or more pitches. Talented kid with a premier arsenal, and has now dropped his ERA by a full run since mid-May)
Abreu on the season: 42.1 IP, 34 H, 20 BB, 49 K (4.04 ERA, 1.28 WHIP)
Phillip Diehl: 2 IP, zeroes, 5 K (He's made 20 appearances this season and even though I wouldn't say he's been lights out, the lefty certainly misses a load of bats: 39.1 IP, 34 H, 10 BB, 57 K - 3.89 ERA, 1.12 WHIP. He is 27th round pick in the '16 draft)
Dom Thompson-Williams: 1-4, HR, 2 RBI (Hello, power surge - .292/.344/.620 between Charleston and Tampa, and with a home run tonight it gives him 12 in just 137 ABs)
Brandon Wagner: 3-4, 2 runs, HR, 4 RBI (.270/.353/.523, 15 HR, 40 RBI in 222 ABs. He's really coming into his own this year displaying some serious power. Below, in the 'notes' section, there's a write-up on Wagner via Fangraphs from earlier today if you are interested)
Isiah Gilliam: 1-3, run, BB (15 game hitting streak for Gilliam now - .282/.315/.416 in 255 ABs this season)
Hoy Jun Park: 3-4, 3 runs, HR, RBI, BB (.259/.386/.386 in 197 ABs, which is up from .214/.355/.304 a month ago)
Donny Sands: 1-4
Tampa improves to 36-35, and jumps over .500 on the season
Charleston defeats Lexington, 9-8
J.P. Sears: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 6 K (A win! Finally! This poor kid entered the game with an 0-5 record on the season despite putting together a really nice 2.57 ERA through his first nine starts. Tonight he left with a 9-3 lead and before he knew it the score is 9-8. A little gift from the Baseball Gods brought some rain in and the game was called/completed in the 8th)
Greg Weissert: 2 IP, 4 H, 5 R (0 ER), 0 BB, 3 K (What a whirlwind inning. It started with an error, strikeout, ground out, and then the wheels came off with two outs -- a pair of singles and back to back home runs. Yikes. The ERA (2.70) improves despite that mess, though)
Steven Sensley: 2-4, run, RBI (.279 on the season, .843 OPS)
Jason Lopez: 3-4, 2 runs, 2B, RBI (Coming into the season, the hit tool was the biggest question mark. He's certainly showing improvement early on - .292/.348/.485 in 130 ABs with Charleston)
Wilkerman Garcia: 2-5, run (Had a big error that led to 5 (!) unearned runs in the 6th inning)
Dermis Garcia: 1-4, HR, RBI (4th home run of the year, but a rough start for Dermis - .183/.274/.375 in 104 ABs)
Pablo Olivares: 2-5, 3 RBI (Not a whole lot of power to speak of, but the 20 year old is hitting .341 in 138 ABs with Charleston)
Leonardo Molina: 1-4, run, 3B, 2 RBI (Six triples on the year for Molina)
Charleston improves to 34-35 on the season
Staten Island lost to Aberdeen, 5-3
Matt Sauer: 4 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K (82 pitches/47 strikes - Not quite as sharp as his opening day six inning, zero hit debut last week, but he pitched decently nonetheless. Likely had an 80ish pitch count limit, which is about right for this time of the year. The second round pick in last year's draft has given up one earned run in ten innings through his first two starts)
Drew Finley: 2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 1 K (39 pitches/24 strikes - The third round pick in the 2015 draft has dealt with a load of injuries, and hopefully this is the year he can stay healthy to give the Yankees a better idea of what they have. This is a work in progress regardless, however, and his future might be in the pen. His curve is a plus pitch and clearly his best offering. The fastball sits low-to-mid 90s and his change is about an average pitch)
Frederick Cuevas: 2-4, run, 2B (8 for 21 with Staten Island)
Jesus Bastidas: 1-4, run, SB (6 for 23 with Staten Island with a HR and 3 RBI)
Eduardo Torrealba: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI (4 for 23 with a pair of RBI)
Not a whole lot of hitting going on with S.I. just yet.
Staten Island falls to 2-5 on the short season
Pulaski lost to Daville, 5-4. They scored two in the ninth to tie the game at four, but ended up falling in 10 innings.
Everson Pereira: 2-5 (Two more hits for the 17 year old. 5 for 16 with a pair of doubles and an RBI thus far)
Ezequiel Duran: 0-5 (Off to an 0 for 14 start. This is a pretty damn talented kid, though. I wouldn't be too concerned just yet)
Jhonatan Munoz got the start tonight - 5.2 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 0 BB, 3 K (80 pitches/55 strikes)
Notes: Donny Sands (catcher) has been placed on Tampa's roster. RHP Hobie Harris placed on the 7-Day DL.
Brian Keller has been activated from the DL with Trenton and (as you already know from above) started tonight for Trenton. The Yankees have announced that they released Matt Snyder earlier today.
Eric Longenhagen from Fangraphs had a write-up on Brandon Wagner today in his daily prospect notes:
"Wagner has had an odd developmental path. He was a chubby high school first baseman from New Jersey who spent two years at a Texas JUCO and became a 6th rounder as he improved his conditioning. He has displayed a career-long ability to discern balls from strikes and is a .365 OBP hitter over four pro seasons. During that time, Wagner has moved his batted-ball profile like a glacier from 50% ground balls down to 40% and has now begun to hit for significant in-game power. Six-foot first basemen with average, pull-only power are still long shots, but if Wagner keeps performing if/when he’s promoted to Double-A, he’ll at least force re-evaluation the way Mike Ford did."