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Analyzing the competitiveness of the color archetypes in 9 years of Standard, part 1

Analyzing the competitiveness of the color archetypes in 9 years of Standard, part 1
Hey,

The decade is soon coming to an end and with the passionate discussions around Oko being broko, green being too strong or white too weak in this standard I wanted to analyze the competitive state of the different color archetypes in Standard for the past 9 years.
In other words, which color combination have been the most competitive ? Which ones struggled ? Which colors could support various competitive archetypes ? Which ones have been regularly competitive throughout the decade ? This tiny deep dive will be also be a nice opportunity to look at the most successful decks of the decade.

1. Perimeter


In order to do that I needed time, which I had plenty this week since I'm on sick leave, and some data to work on.
I've scrapped the mtgtop8.com (thank you guys, it's a gold mine) database gathering the top 8 decklists of most of the major and competitve standard events. Why Standard ? Well, it's supposed to be the format where WotC R&D tries to balance things while designing sets.
I've done some cleaning and decided to exclude the qualifiers, Fandom tournaments, MPL Leagues, the SCG classics, Worlds since they're heavily multi-format. The tournament results are composed of GPs, Nationals, SCG Opens and Pro Tours for the most part.
I've decided to start with the release of Mirrodin Besieged since it's at that time that the Modern format was sanctionned and that we start to have enough tournaments results to work on : there was 11 major Standard tournaments recorded during Mirrodin Besieged Standard which is more than the 9 total recorded from Conflux to Scars of Mirrodin or the only 10 major events recorded during 11 years between Homeldans and Coldsnap !

This leaves me with 381 tournaments and 3044 decks spread across 36 different Standard environments during 9 years.

2. Defining the Color Archetypes

We have 31 color archetypes to rank : 5 mono-colors, 10 guilds, 5 shards, 5 wedges, 5 4C decks and WUBRG decks.

The trickiest part is to determine to which archetype each deck belongs to because it's really open to interpretation.
Let's take an example : How would you define this White Weenie deck played by Juan Leyva ? Is it a UW deck or a Mono White splashing blue ?
What about this Devotion to Green deck played by Lin Yang ? Is it a Mono Green deck splashing for Atarka as a top end or a Gruul deck ? Can we really consider this Grixis Drakes deck played by Brad Carpenter a Grixis deck as the name suggests ?

In order to determine color archetypes I've chosen to follow my own recipe that I called devotion share. I based my calculations on the devotion/chroma mechanics : I'd count the total of colored mana required in the 75, counting activated abilities too. I treat phyrexian mana as colorless since it's it's functionally the case and hybrid mana is determined through the mana sources. I then get the share for each color. I'll follow these conditions as a first classification :

- If a color has more than 7 out of 8 (87,5 %) total devotion then it's a mono colored deck, splashing or not for an additional color.
- If a deck has 2 main colors and less than 5% devotion on the other colors then it's a guild deck. Moreover I'll consider guild deck only splashing a third color for some gold card as a guilds deck: that "Bant Food" only playing white for a 3 copies of T3feri is a UGx deck at heart for example, but if it adds a playset of Deputy of Detention and some [[Glass Casket]] in the SB with it then it's considered a Bant deck.
- If a deck has 3 main colors and less than 5% devotion on the other colors then it's a shard/wedge deck.
- If a deck has 4 colors with more than 5% devotion and the last one has less than 5% then it's a 4C deck.
- If a deck has all the 5 colors with more than 5% devotion then it's a 5C deck.

The result is off course not entirely perfect but whith some minor hand tweaking (especially for Devotion decks) I'm pretty satisfied with the results.

3. Evaluating competitiveness


Since the tournaments are not equally spread out between Standard environments I can't just use the number of top8s for each color archetype.
I chose to calculate the metagame share of each archetype for each environment and then get the expected metagame share for the total in order to normalize the results. I'll also take into account the number of different environments it has been putting up results and whether or not it was dominating.

But first let's look at the base color share. I've computed the average devotion of average devotions of each meta :

White 21.7 %
Blue 20.3 %
Red 19.8 %
Green 19.6 %
Black 18.7 %

It's been pretty balanced overall since no color has a clear domination over the whole period. White is, suprinsigly ?, the most dominant color while black has been somewhat lackluster.
If we look in detail we see various periods of domination for each colors:

- White was at its best during Shadows over Innistrad (39,1% share), Oath of Gatewatch (37.5%), New Phyrexia (37 %) and Mirrodin Besieged (36.2%), Innistrad (32%) and Guilds of Ravnica (31.8%) but was almost nowhere to be seen during Rivals of Ixalan (3%), Ixalan (5.3%) Throne of Eldraine (7%) and Dominaria (9.5 %).
- Blue was everywhere during Theros (40.7%) and Avacyn Restored (40.2%), it also dominated in the Mirrodin Besieged (31.8%) and Ravnica Allegiance (31.4%) metas. Khans meta was particularly harsh for blue since Dragons of Tarkir (9.5 %), Khans of Tarkir (9.2 %) and Fate Reforged (8.8%) were not fond of it but the worst performance occurs during Dragon's Maze with a mere 7.7%.
- Black only had two periods where it was clearly dominating : Journey into Nyx (36.5%) and Born of the Gods (36%). Avacyn was pretty well restored since black had 3.4% share during that time. It was also pitiful during Mirrodin Besieged (6.5%) and Magic 2012 (6.7%)
- Red was dominating for two years : from Hour of Devastation to Core Set 2019 Red is not only the most dominant color but its share is constantly over 34 % with a peak during Dominaria where it sits at 44 % ! It was at its worse during Shadows over Innistrad (6%) and Magic 2013 (6.8%)

- Green has the time of its life today with Elkdraine with a staggering 49.8 % ! It scores waaaay better than Dragons of Tarkir (35.1%) which was the last time Green was dominant.
Dominaria saw almost no use for it though (8.2%), a lack of love that extended to Core Set 2019 (8.8%).

If WotC's goal was to have a perfect balance between colors it would aim to have 20% share for each color, if we compute the square error (yay, let's penalize big mistakes) for each meta we'd conclude that the most balanced environments colorwise are :

Core Set 2020, Return to Ravnica, Magic Origins

On the other end, the least balanced environments are: Throne of Eldraine, Dominaria, Shadows over Innistrad

It looks like we came from best to worst today.

4. Ranking the color archetypes


31 - 5C decks
Expected share : 0.17 %
Key Archetypes : Bring to Light, Human Reanimator, Golos
Standard environments : 3
Best metagame share : 3,4 % (Return to Ravnica)

Rainbow decks have been almost non-existent this decade with only two archetypes each recording 2 top8s. The first one is a variation of the [[Unburial Rites]] decks than leans on Human creatures thanks to [[Cavern of Souls]]. The other archetype is [[Bring to Light]] piloted by Joe Lossett (which also made a top8 with Human Reanimator, making him the king of 5C decks this decade !) based on the namesake card and fetchlands allowing him cast the most powerful spells of the Battle for Zendikar environment.

30 - 4C WBRG (no Blue)

Expected share : 0.81 %
Key Archetypes : FRites, Reanimator
Standard environments : 8
Best top8 share : 8,3 % (Oath of the Gatewatch)

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Here's Reanimator again. The first results put up by WBRG are called FRites decks back in 2012. Basically an [[Unburial Rites]] GW shell going red for a tiny modest card called [[Faithless Looting]] and black for [[Unburial Rites]] mostly. You'd ramp first pretty hard with 8 to 12 1-mana dorks (yes, there was a time like that in standard. Now leave that Goose alone), fuel you graveyard with either cards that don't mind to be there thanks to Flashback ([[Lingering Souls]], [[Faithless Looting]], [[Unburial Rites]]) or monstruous fatties ready to be brought back like [[Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite]], [[Inferno Titan]] or [[Wurmcoil Engine]] as soon as turn 3. Seemed fun.

Past rotation in 2013 the deck would lose its dorks and its fatties but the shell of FRites would remain, with the help of [[Mulch]] and [[Grisly Salvage]]. The deck would stall in early game with [[Centaur Healer]], stabilize with [[Angel of Restoration]] + [[Thragtusk]] shenanigans until it can reaminate say [[Griselbrand]], [[Angel of Serenity]] or [[Crafterhoof Behemoth]].

Another archetype worth mentioning is a variation of the famous Abzan Midrange decks during Khans going red for [[Anger of the Gods]], [[Butcher of the Horde]] and [[Crackling Doom]] but we'll talk about deck that later.

29 - 4C WURG (no Black)
Expected share : 0.85 %
Key Archetypes : CopyCat Combo
Standard environments : 10
Best top8 share : 20.3 % (Aether Revolt)

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This 4-color archetype had one dominating archetype not so long ago : the infamous CopyCat combo that was just banned again in Pioneer. It's a Temur deck at heart with the key white addition of [[Felidar Guardian]]. [[Oath of Nissa]] (another card just banned), [[Attune with Aether]] (banned in Standard) and [[Aether Hub]] made it almost painless to go 4 color. The deck also had solid back up with Energy shenanigans with cards like [[Rogue Refiner]] (banned too, see a pattern ?) and [[Whirler Virtuoso]]. The deck was too strong for its time, and still seems too strong today in a Pioneer world.


28 - 4C WUBR (no Green)

Expected share : 1.06 %
Key Archetypes : Dark Jeskai, Mardu Vehicles variations
Standard environments : 6
Best top8 share : 13.2 % (Battle for Zendikar)

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Dark Jeskai baby ! That's a cool name. A joy of a midrange deck back in Khans standards, it had it all : good draw & good selection ([[Jace, Vryn's Prodigy]], [[Dig Through Time]] or [[Treasure Cruise]]), great removal ([[Wild Slash]], [[Fiery Impulse]], [[Crackling Doom]] + Jace anyone ?, maybe [[Utter End]] ?), hand disruption/artifct hate/more removal with [[Kolaghan's Command]], good threats like [[Mantis Rider]], counterspells, even spell AND creature recursion with [[Tasigur, Golden Fang]] or [[Soulfire Grandmaster]], great sideboard options, Fetchlands for mana fixing and fueling Delve.. Dark Jeskai was truly a jack of all trades masterpiece.

27 - Simic

Expected share : 1.26 %
Key Archetypes : Simic Food, Simic Nexus
Standard environments : 9
Best top8 share : 17.9 % (ELKDRAINE)

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Surprise ! The worse 3-color-or-less archetype of the decade is Simic. Yes it dominates now, but aside from that and some results from Nexus Reclamation recently there was basically...nothing. Because I really can't say UG Fauna was scaring anyone during Mirrodin Besieged.
So what's (or was?) the problem ? First of all it's usually the worst combination for intercating with the opponent and UG's identity was well.. you like +1/+1 counters ? Because there was not much else offered for a long time and no, counters strategies are surprinsigly not that competitive, at least not in Simic. Simic lacked identity, it lacked interaction and lacked a good purpose. It is also the combination where it is probably to easiest to go for another color with Blue's draw and selection and Green's ramp and color fixing.
Why would you stay Simic and not go Bant smh ?

26 - 4C UBRG (no White)

Expected share : 1.30 %
Key Archetypes : 4C Energy
Standard environments : 7
Best top8 share : 20.8 % (Ixalan)

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Energy with a twist ! The core of the deck is similar to CopyCat : Attune With Aether, Rogue Refiner, Whirler Virtuoso but with [[Bristling Hydra]] as your beater of choice. After Felidar ban and with the release of Hour of Devastation the best splash color became black. You could add [[Glint-Sleeve Siphoner]] for energy-based CA and [[The Scarab God]] because why the hell not ? The Value God alone was worth the splash : a self-recursion nightmare and whenever you untap with it you could get your opponents best creature or bring back a 4/4 menace siphoner or a zombie Hydra that your opponent had all the trouble in the world removing the first time. Energy was truly a busted mechanic at that time and Scarab God was borderline broken if felt sometimes.

25 - Grixis
Expected share : 1.65 %
Key Archetypes : Grixis Control, Grixis Energy
Standard environments : 18
Best top8 share : 17.5% (Rivals of Ixalan)

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Nicol Bolas barked a lot but never bit too hard. A weak-ass villain if you want my opinion. Anyway, the most common archetype has been Grixis Control : it had some game in 2012 during Innistrad (https://www.mtgtop8.com/event?e=2473&d=216065&f=ST) but began to really shine in its Oath of Gatewatch/Shadows over Innistrad version. Leaning heavily on black it would stop aggro right away with cards like [[Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet]], hand disruption or both with [[Kolaghan's Command]], Snapcaster's ugly cousin [[Goblin Dark-Dwellers]] for spell recursion and [[Jace, Vryn's Prodigy]] as its fuel.
More recently another Dimir-based iteration gave some results with the one true [[Nicol Bolas, The Ravager]], big finishers like [[The Scarab God]] or [[Torrential Gearhulk]], the deck could also go with a more midrange approach with creatures like [[Glint-Sleeve Siphoner]] or the ever-annoying [[Champion of Wits]]. Spot removal was great ([[Fatal Push]], [[Vraska's Contempt]], [[Abrade]]) although it lacked a good sweeper. Another variation was Grixis Energy once the green part of energy got banned. It would then use the usual suspects like the Siphoner, the Virtuoso or [[Harnessed Lightning]].

24 - Mono Green
Expected share : 1.67 %
Key Archetypes : Devotion to Green, Kessig Titan, Stompy
Standard environments : 16
Best top8 share : 13.1 % (Dragons of Tarkir)

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The weakest mono color strategy overall.
The first competitively viable archetype was Kessig Titan during Innistrad. A Green deck splashing Red at a time where [[Birds of Paradise]] AND [[Llanowar's Elves]] were legal (tell me more about the dangers of having 1 1-mana dork today ?) along with [[Rampant Growth]]. The goal ? Ramp, a lot. Play that [[Primeval Titan]] (or find him with [[Green's Sun Zenith]] first) and get [[Kessig Wolf Run]]. Pump and Smash. It had a solid back-up wincon in [[Garruk, Primal Hunter]] or [[Dungrove Elder]] also had one of green's best pseudo-removal in [[Beast Within]].

But the real star was Devotion to Green, especially during Dragons of Tarkir. Another green deck splashing for Red. [[Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx]] could produce enormous amounts of mana in here. The shell was [[Sylvan Caryatid]], [[Courser of Kruphix]] and [[Polukranos, Word Eater]] since the beginning but got great addition during Magic 2015 with [[Hornet Queen]] and [[Genesis Hydra]] as great pay-offs for your million mana, or you could do a quasi one-sided boardwipe with Polukranos. The release of [[Dragonlord Atarka]] gave it another great top-end allowing it to be one of most dominant deck of the meta.
The most successful mono Green is thus also the less green one : Polukranos, Hornet Queen or Beast Within in its earliest iterations gave it good ways to interact with the board.

Finally the "classic" Stompy which never put great results but were here and there : [[Llanowar Elves]] and [[Steel-leaf Champion]], although never tier 1, saved Dominaria meta from being green-less for example.
23 - 4 color WUBG (no Red)

Expected share : 1.97 %
Key Archetypes : 4C Rally, Kethis Combo
Standard environments : 13
Best top8 share : 22,9 % (Oath of the Gatewatch)

The best 4-color combination this decade leaves Red outside. Two greats decks that don't have much in common represented the color archetype in the highest spheres.

The first one is 4-color Rally but I'll let Reid Duke talk about it, it's not like he won a GP with it after all.

The second one is dear to my heart : Kethis Combo. I loved that deck. When [[Mox Amber]] was spoiled, the excitment was big. Sure it is probably one the weakest Mox ever printed but it was a Mox, begging to be broken.
It saw almost no use during all its life in Standard, some copies flourishing in some Jeskai Walkers decks. And then Kethis was released : no one thought much of it. But the combination of the two, mixed with self-mill elements taken from Teshar Combo made it an incredibly resilient combo deck, capable of going off an empty board as soon as turn 4. After its breakout it became the best deck in last Standard. Mox be broken again.

22 - Orzhov

Expected share : 2,06 %
Key Archetypes : Orzhov Control, Vampires, White Weenie
Standard environments : 15
Best top8 share : 14.55 % (Core Set 2020)

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Orzhov first became a serious player during Theros/BoG/JiN standards. A heavily black-based control deck playing some staples like [[Thoughtseize]], [[Hero's Downfall]], [[Ultimate Price]]. It would play good threats like the all-star rat [[Pack Rat]] or [[Nightveil Specter]] early, [[Desecration Demon]], the incredibly resilient [[Blood Baron of Vizkopa]] or a game-ender like [[Elspeth, Sun's Champion]] along with the CA machine that is [[Underworld Connections]] to grind out your opponent.
The archetype saw a notable resurgence during Shadows of Innistrad, still leaning on black, with HEAVY creature removal : [[Anguished Unmaking]], [[Ob Nixilis Reignited]], [[Grasp of Darkness]], [[Languish]], [[Ruinous Path]], [[Ultimate Price]], [[Sorin, Grim Nemesis]], [[Planar Outburt]] could all see play in the same Main Deck. No creature here but one of the best planeswalker ever printed : [[Gideon, Ally of Zendikar]] as a greaaat wincon or [[Secure the Wastes]] as back-up.

Another big flavor of Orzhov is aggro that could come in the form of a White Weenie deck during Theros where the core would be white creatures ([[Boros Elite]], [[Precinct Captain]], [[Daring Skyjek]]...) helped by a black-heavy sideboard for interaction and disruption. But the best of them was the Vampires of last standard where the printing of [[Sorin, Imperious Bllodloard]] and [[Knight of the Ebon Legion]] pushed the tribe to Tier 1 thanks to its busted starts.

21 - Mono White

Expected share : 2,44 %
Key Archetypes : White Weenie, WW, Weenie White
Standard environments : 16
Best top8 share : 15.3 % (Innistrad)

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Actually the first Mono White that put consistent competitve results was not your typical Weenie deck : Tempered Steel. The goal was to flood the board with cheap creature-artifacts like [[Memnite]], [[Signal Pest]] or [[Vault Skirge]], make them taller with [[Steel Overseer]] and drop [[Tempered Steel]] as your game ending anthem. Well, it sounds a lot like a White Weenie to be true but hey! with artifacts.

Mono White always does the same damn thing : have an average cmc of 2 or lower, play a LOT a cheap creatures, sprinkle with enchantments and anthems and tada! Well to be true sometimes it splashes another color like blue or red.
Sometimes it does it good like in Ravnica Allegiance (yummy T3 [[Venerated Loxodon]]), sometimes it does it great. The best of them all must have been Saint WW during Innistrad.
It's a WW deck splashing for [[Geist of Saint Thraft]] and sometimes [[Mana Leak]]. Other than that here's your one-drop-that'll-grow [[Champion of the Parish]], your-savannah-lion [[Elite Vanguard]], the-tax-man-where-is-he-ffs [[Grand Abolisher]], there's-your-token-on-death-weenie [[Doomed Traveler]], did-i-forget-the-anthem? [[Honor of the Pure]], oh-and-there's-the-catch-all-enchantment [[Oblivion Ring]].
Rinse and repeat.

21 - Naya
Expected share : 2,57 %
Key Archetypes : Naya Pod, Naya Blitz, Naya Midrange
Standard environments : 18
Best top8 share : 17 % (Dragon's Maze)

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Naya Pod in 2012 wasn't really a pod deck. Not in the sense of having a chain of creatures to pod that would win you the game on a single turn. It wasn't the center of the deck, sometimes even was a mere 2-of. It was more of an agro deck that would outvalue you opponent thanks to ETB/Death triggers and pod would play wonderfully in that shell. So what creatures are we talking about ? [[Blade Splicer]], [[Huntmaster of the Fells]], [[Strangleroot Geist]]. The deck would play the flicker queen [[Restoration Angel]] to push further on that strategy. Off course having pod would also allow you to get great silver bullets. A really fun deck with countless ways to pilot it through a game, as all pod decks are, and damn good one.
A year after came what I could call the purest Naya deck. Naya colors have the best small creatures, hence a heavy creature aggro deck should be its trademark. That's what Naya Blitz was : 20 lands, 32+ creatures and handful of instants to push through. Twelve one drops usually : [[Champion of The Parish]], [[Experiment One]], [[Boros Elite]]. The always excellent [[Burning-Tree Emissary]] to flood the board. The goal was pretty straightforward : vomit your hand, flood the board, activate [[Gavony Township]] and swing for the win.
Soon after a midrange version of Naya came to light. It would play [[Voice of Resurgence]], [[Boros Reckoner]], [[Thragtusk]], [[Huntmaser of the Fells]] or [[Tundermaw Hellkite]] in its core but I really don't know much about it.

Naya also saw some play during Shadows of Innistrand but has since largely disappeared.
19 - Izzet

Expected share : 2,63 %
Key Archetypes : ExarchTwin, Izzet Phenix, UR Scissors
Standard environments : 16
Best top8 share : 18.75 % (Rivals of Ixalan)

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The spellslingers guild offered us two major archetypes. The early decade saw the emergence of ExarchTwin based on the infamous [[Splinter Twin]] [[Deceiver Exarch]] combo. For those who don't know enchanting the Exarch with Splinter Twin would allow you to create a gazillion of hasty 1/4's ready for the lethal swing. This combo deck benefitted greatly from having [[Ponder]] AND [[Preordain]] legal at the same time (cries in Opt) to dig for your combo pieces. The rest of the deck is filled with permission spells designed to either protect your combo (adding a playset of [[Gitaxian Probe]] never hurt either) or slow down your opponent until you can pull it out.
Years later the printing of [[Ensoul Artifact]] in Magic 2015 enabled a UR aggro archetype called UR Scissors based on cheap artifacts like [[Ornithopter]], [[Darksteel Citadel]], [[Springleaf Drum]] or [[Hangarback Walker]] (yes, you would play it T2). Play cheap artifacts, make them bigger, slam early. The final reach was provided through direct damage from [[Shrapnel Blast]] or evasion from [[Whirler Rogue]]. You also had acces to controlling elements with [[Stuborn Denial]] or [[Phyrexian Revoker]]. A nice explosive deck.

Finally last year we almost all missed the power of [[Arclight Phenix]]. It enabled a deck loaded with cheap cantrips destined to put the phenixes in the yard and recurr them ad nauseam until your opponents health goes to 0. Very explosive with a [[Goblin Electromancer]] on board early. [[Crackling Drake]] and especially [[Pteramander]] provided solid back-up threats since your game plan lead you to have a big fat amount of sorceries/instants in the yard.

18 - Mono Blue
Expected share : 2,72 %
Key Archetypes : Devotion to Blue, Mono Blue Tempo
Standard environments : 14
Best top8 share : 22.9 % (Theros)

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Is there any color more divisive than Blue ? The color usually revolves around small evasive creatures and permission spells. It has the best drawing spells, it's also the color that usually has the greatest affinity for artifacts but lacks solid interaction once permanents hit the board.

Devotion to Blue was its best contender back in Theros. It's an agro deck revolving around a pretty low curve of evasive creature : 4 [[Cloudfin Raptor]] and 4 [[Judge's Familiar]] at the 1-drop creature slot. The Familiar gave you the security you need to flood the board and pump up that devotion count with [[Forstburn Weird]], [[Tidebinder Mage]] and [[Nightveil Specter]]. [[Master of Waves]] and [[Thassa, God of the Sea]] were the devotion payoffs while [[Bident of Thassa]] and a couple of [[Jace, Architect of Thought]] copies would give you the extra CA to compete in the long run. Thassa and her Bident also gave you evasion in cash in those last points of damage. Also [[Cyclonic Rift]] and Nykhtos were played, usually as a one-of. The deck had this "nut-draw" feeling especially when you could flood, evolve and protect raptors early.

Speaking of nut-draws, remember this year's Mono Blue Tempo ? A T2 [[Curious Obsessions]] on a [[Pteramander]] and hey looks like you're in for a NO party. Wanna play something ? [[Wizard's Retort]], [[Spell Pierce]], [[Essence Capture]]. Time to remove that mutant salamander ? [[Dive Down]], sac [[Siren Stormtamer]]. Oh look at how big that ugly Simic drake is now, there are big fat [[Tempest Djinn]] now too how did they get there ? It only lacked a counterspell denying you to concede to be truly one of the most obnoxious deck to play against. The deck required a skilled pilot to really shine though making it feel really rewarding once you understood when you to deploy and protect your obsessed creatures and when to say no, no and no again.

If these were the most successful archetypes, other decks did put some results. For example look at this beauty of a deck named Architect Control http://mtgtop8.com/event?e=1102&d=209696&f=ST played by Ali Aintrazi in 2011 and please explain me what the hell is going on here because it looks sweeet.

17 - Boros
Expected share : 2,97 %
Key Archetypes : Boros Aggro
Standard environments : 17
Best top8 share : 16.3 % (Guilds of Ravnica)

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Mixing the two most aggressive colors leads you to aggressive decks but they came in two different flavors. First of them was Boros Landfall back in 2011 but the first major iteration peaked during Fate Reforged standard.
This Boros aggro deck was pretty light in creatures : [[Goblin Rabblemaster]], [[Soulfire Grandmaster]] and [[Seeker of the Way]] basically. The goblin had a sweet synergy with [[Hordeling Outburst]] allowing you to flood the board with pesky goblins for a big Rabblemaster or a free [[Stoke the Flames]]. Along with additional burn the deck was pretty resilient thanks to Soulfire's recursive ability and [[Outpost Siege]] that would either provide you CA or make your opponent head hurt whenever he wanted to board wipe, it was also a nightmare to race thanks to the lifelink on your spells. It was kind of a long distance cousin to Boros Feather, another competitive deck, where you would play few key creatures and start recurring spells to overwhelm your oppenent.
The other flavor are weenie style Boros : it looks like white weenie but you get more reach to end the game if your start is not explosive enough. The best iteration is last year's Boros Weenie where [[Experimental Frenzy]], [[Aurelia, Exemplar of Justice]] and [[Banefire]] would give you game against more reactive opponents.

16 - Dimir
Expected share : 2.99 %
Key Archetypes : UB Control, "Esper" Dragons
Standard environments : 20
Best top8 share : 15.3 % (Dominaria)

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The guild of spies and treachery naturally leans towards control. It could take the form of a classic draw-go playstyle like the lists that performed regularly well during Dark Ascension. 6 counterspells split between 4 [[Mana Leak]] and 2 [[Dissipate]] whenever you need to say "No, not gonna happen", [[Tragic Slip]] helped by [[Go for the Throat]] or [[Doom Blade]] to deal with creatures, [[Black Sun's Zenith]], [[Curse of Death's Hold]] or [[Ratchet Bomb]] to deal with a lot creatures/permanents and good suite of draw spells like [[Forbidden Alchemy]], [[Think Twice]] and a single [[Blue Sun's Zenith]] to turn the corner. Oh and cast these again with [[Snapcaster Mage]]. Tne wincons would either be [[Grave Titan]] or [[Consecrated Sphinx]].
Different meta, different flavor. The archetype would develop a fetish for overweight dragons in Dragons of Tarkir. Called "Esper Dragons" it was actually a UBw deck since the only white card played here was [[Dragonlord Ojutai]] which was a hell of a good finisher I'll grant you that. 6 counterspells main deck (hmmm looks like we may have a pattern here ?) between [[Silumgar's Scorn]] and [[Dissolve]], a creature removal suite [[Hero's Downfall]], [[Bile Blight]], card draw with [[Dig Through Time]] and blablabla. Forgot about [[Thoughtseize]] but everyone played that anyway, don't know if it's worth mentioning at this point. The twist was off-course dragon synergy : [[Silumgar's Scorn]] acted as [[Counterspell]], [[Foul-Tongue Invocation]] could make aggro cry and [[Crux of Fate]] was basically a one-sided sweeper. Top that with Ojutai and a mix of Silumgar whether you like him fat or fatter and you got decent results.
Finally its best run occured during Dominaria with a more midrange approach. You still have your share of counterspells, mainly [[Essence Scatter]] in a meta heavily dominated by red decks, a great suite of spot of spot removals with [[Fatal Push]], [[Cast Down]], [[Vraska's Contempt]]. Some modal spells to enhance flexibility [[Doomfall]], [[Supreme Will]], [[Commit//Memory]]. All that be recurred with a crushing [[Torrential Gearhulk]] but the deck played a more proactive plan : [[Glint-Sleeve Siphoner]], [[Champion of Wits]] and, off course, [[The Scarab God]].

15 - Selesnya
Expected share : 3.09 %
Key Archetypes : GW Tokens, Selesnya Aggro
Standard environments : 27
Best top8 share : 22.7 % (Shadows Over Innistrad)

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The conclave stands out a little bit regarding its place. It put up at least one top8 result in 27 different formats making it the 3rd best archetype in that regard. The archetype is not too popular, never comically bad but almost never a top contender either. Somewhat underrated maybe ?
Talking Selesnya is talking about go-wide aggro strategies. Don't expect to find control here, being a swiss-knife archetype is a privilege only some happy fews enjoy. Green & White are the primary colors for tokens, traditionally have among the best low cmc creatures, sometimes mixing it with ramp elements. Like I said it's often there putting up results : the go-wide strategy did pretty well during Guilds of Ravnica for exemple (9% share).
It could have some really aggressive starts like presenting 5 2/2s and a 4/4 on turn 3 thanks to [[Legion's Landing]], [[Saproling Migration]] and [[Venerated Loxodon]]. Its ability to flood the board with a massive [[March of the Multitudes]] at instant speed helped create massive swings for the next turn. Buff that army once again with [[Trostani Discordant]] or [[Unbreakable Formation]] and go shake that opponent's hand. [[Conclave Tribunal]] is a blessing here, since it's functionnaly a "free" catch-all removal. A solid deck, although never considered tier 1.
Shadows Over Innistrad was home of its best iteration : GW Tokens.
This deck's core are two planeswalkers : [[Gideon, Ally of Zendikar]] and [[Nissa, Voice of Zendikar]].
Both make tokens, both can pump them. Gideon was arguably one the best planeswalker ever printed in Standard : it's a great attacker, he can spit out an army by himself or ult right away. Nissa was damn good at protecting herself, plusing chump blockers until she ults or pumping that army you already have.
This evil duo also had a tremendous supporting cast : [[Hangarback Walker]] was insane at any stage of the game. Not only because of counter shenanigans but it also had key synergies with two other cards of the deck [[Evolutionary Leap]] and [[Archangel Avacyn]]. Allowing the angel to flip right away often meant game over. And let's not forget about [[Dromoka's Command]], the best Selesnya instant of the decade ? : need more pump ? creature or enchantment removal ? prevent a sweeper ? You just name it, it did it all.

14 - Mono Black
Expected share : 3.12 %
Key Archetypes : Devotion to Black, Zombies
Standard environments : 13
Best top8 share : 24,2 % (Journey Into Nyx)

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Black's identity revolves around graveyard recursion, undercosted threats with downsides, it has a strong controling element being the color of discard and efficient creature removal. Let's see how that translated in game.
You know what happenned when Innistrad was swarmed with creatures of the night during the Dark Ascension ? Zombies went out for a walk.
[[Gravecrawler]], [[Geralf's Messenger]], [[Diregraf Ghoul]] and [[Diregraf Captain]] formed the core of that deck. A never ending wave of zombies for which you can abuse their abilities to come back again, and again, and again. [[Tragic Slip]] was an all-star removal here since you had no trouble activating the Morbid clause. It leaned on [[Mortarpod]] as a sac outlet and had [[Phyrexian Obliterator]] as its top dog if the zombies weren't scary enough.
Years later, Amonkhet opened the graves again. Some groundwork was laid down during SoI/Eldritch Moon lock thanks to cards like [[Diregraf Colossus]], [[Cryptbreaker]], [[Relentless Dead]] and [[Dark Salvation]] but it wasn't enough to be competitive. AKH changed the game with key additions : a lord in [[Lord of the Accursed]] that could offer evasion when needed, an anthem on steroids [[Lilian's Mastery]] that was relevant even on an empty board and a recurring threat late game with [[Dread Wanderer]]. Mash that all together and you get an enjoyale sequel.
Tribal zombies were fine but never dominant, sitting around 8-9% share, that privilege goes to the best Mono Black deck of the decade : the midrange/control Devotion to Black starting with Theros. Theros was huge for Black : [[Thoughtseize]] got reprinted and it offered us one of the best spot removal of the decade in [[Hero's Downfall]] ([[Doom Blade]] was also there), a great undercosted fatty [[Desecration Demon]], the great CA machine that also left plenty of devotion in [[Underworld Connections]] but the devotion pay-off wasn't Nykhtos, which barely saw play here, but [[Gary Merchant of Asphodel]] who was absolutely huge to close games. [[Pack Rat]] from RtR added a must-answer threat at any stage of the game along with [[Nightveil Specter]] and the sideoard could give you great tools against control with tools such as [[Duress]] or [[Erebos, God of the Dead]] which made [[Sphinx's Revelation]] players sweat. The deck also made great use of [[Mutavault]]. But the addition that made it the top dog of BoG & JiN standards is [[Bile Blight]] which helped shift the matchup against fast agro decks.

12 - Mardu
Expected share : 3.21 %
Key Archetypes : Mardu Ballista, Mardu Vehicles, Mardu Midrange/Control, Aristocrats
Standard environments : 16
Best top8 share : 35.4 % (Aether Revolt)

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Mardu didn't make much wave until Khans of Tarkir aside from The Aristocrats decks back in Gatecrash. Although you couldn't depict it as a tier1 deck with a modest 5% share (it still won a Pro Tour) it is an archetype that many players love and cherish.
Its name comes from [[Cartel Aristocrat]] and [[Falkenrath Aristocrat]]. Both of these cards are free sac outlets with abilities making them really hard to remove from the board. Paired with creatures that don't mind getting sacced like [[Doomed Traveler]] and [[Lingering Souls]], some [[Skirsdag High Priest]] would reinforce the sacrifice synergies and help you go over stacked boards.
Khans bringing wedge support was off course beneficial to the archetype. The midrange flavor one got the best, even though it's pretty much the same core in each of them : 3-4 [[Lightning Strike]], 2-4 [[Butcher of The Horde]], 3-4 [[Goblin Rabbblemaster]], 4 [[Crackling Doom]], 2-4 [[Hordeling Outburst]], 2-3 [[Thoughtseize]]... So basically pachydermic removal, goblin infestation and a big bad demon feasting on these ugly little green creatures.
Both midrange and control played [[Seeker of the Way]] and would really differ in planeswalker usage where control would rely more on [[Sorin, Solemn Visitor]], [[Sarkhan, the Dragonspeaker]] and [[Elspeth, Sun's Champion]]. Aggro would drop the seeker and play a lower curse with much less PW replaced by aggressive and recursive cards like [[Bloodsoaked Champion]] and [[Ashcloud Phoenix]].
Aether Revolt was lovely days for Mardu since it dominated the field. 3 different flavors : Mardu Ballista, Mardu Vehicles and variation classified in 4 color with blue since it relied on counterspells in the sideboard.
Same core for these 2 off course : 4 [[Scrapheap Scrounger]], 4 [[Toolcraft Exemplar]], 4 [[Thraben Inspector]], 3-4 [[Heart of Kiran]], 3-4 [[Gideon, Ally of Zendikar]], 3 [[Fatal Push]].
Play cheap aggressive creature, board them to Heart of Kiran, drive from 20 to 0 in a handful of turns. If you encounter any bumps on the way, Gideon's your ally.
submitted by Abrruti to magicTCG

MiLB Prospect Tracker: May 10

Hey everyone!
Welcome to another edition of our /OnTheFarm's Top Prospects Tracker, brought to you by the diligent work of youngnake.
In "Yeah, I figured" news, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Blue Jays) slugged three more home runs this past week. He's slashing a ridiculous .387/.440/.651 in his first taste of Double-A this season. He only turned 19-years old in March.
Fellow top prospect Eloy Jimenez (White Sox) continues walloping Double-A pitching. Despite missing the first chunk of April, Jimenez is coming off his best week yet by going 15-for-29 with three home runs and nine RBIs. He collected two more hits in yesterday's win to notch his ninth-straight multi-hit game. Teammate Zack Collins (White Sox) walked 12 times last week and has a peculiar, but good, slashline of .247/.454/.447 this spring -- and that's after a dismal start.
Brendan McKay (Rays) is gathering more and more industry-wide acclaim for his performances both on the mound and at the plate. He was good, if unspectacular, in the batter's box last week -- going 4-for-17 with seven walks and a homer -- but on the mound, he shined bright. He struck out nine of the 17 batters he faced in his one start last week. McKay went 4.2 innings and did not allow a hit and walked just one at Class-A Bowling Green.
In an effort to cheer Reds fans up, Taylor Trammell was 5-for-16 last week with four walks, a homer, and four RBIs. He's always been known for his tools across the board, but what he continues to do is impress with his feel. He's yet to really struggle so far in pro ball, and is slashing .298/.398/.510 in his debut season at High-A Daytona. On a sour note, Hunter Greene (Reds) made an appearance last week and was knocked around, and he walked four in 1.2 innings.
Finally, Nick Gordon (Twins) has over 700 plate appearances under his belt at Double-A Chattanooga and looks like a building block again. He went 10-for-29 last week with a homer and four RBIs. The 22-year-old is slashing .339/.369/.534 so far this spring and is bound for a promotion, though Minnesota is awfully delicate with their prospects.
As always, this Top-100 list was taken from FanGraphs because it was easier for coding purposes. The bolded statistics under a prospect's name are those that are 50 percent better than league average.
Thanks for reading!
 
THE TOP 100
 
1: Shohei Ohtani, LAA
Los Angeles Angels, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 5-9, 11 PA, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB, 2 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .344/.394/.623 66 PA, 4 HR, 14 K, 5 BB, 0 SB
Last 7 Pitching: 6.0 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 26.0 BF, 2 ER, 6 K, 6 H, 2 BB
This Season Pitching: 26.1 IP, 107 BF, 4.10 ERA, 1.18 WHIP, 32 K
 
2: Ronald Acuna, ATL
Atlanta Braves, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 6-24, 25 PA, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 5 R, 0 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .302/.351/.566 57 PA, 3 HR, 13 K, 3 BB, 1 SB
 
3: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., TOR
New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 10-26, 26 PA, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 5 R, 0 BB, 2 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .387/.440/.651 126 PA, 5 HR, 12 K, 12 BB, 0 SB
 
4: Victor Robles, WSH
Syracuse Chiefs, Triple-A
This Season Hitting: .385/.467/.385 15 PA, 0 HR, 1 K, 2 BB, 2 SB
 
5: Fernando Tatis, Jr., SD
San Antonio Missions, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-24, 30 PA, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 7 R, 5 BB, 10 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .215/.295/.446 146 PA, 6 HR, 47 K, 12 BB, 1 SB
 
6: Eloy Jimenez, CWS
Not Currently Assigned
Last 7 Hitting: 15-29, 31 PA, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 7 R, 2 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .346/.375/.704 88 PA, 7 HR, 13 K, 5 BB, 0 SB
 
7: Nick Senzel, CIN
Louisville Bats, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 0-1, 1 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .271/.351/.459 97 PA, 3 HR, 21 K, 10 BB, 3 SB
 
8: Forrest Whitley, HOU
Corpus Christi Hooks, Double-A
 
9: Bo Bichette, TOR
New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 4-18, 24 PA, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 5 R, 6 BB, 4 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .287/.374/.426 131 PA, 0 HR, 26 K, 16 BB, 9 SB
 
10: Kyle Tucker, HOU
Fresno Grizzlies, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 10-30, 33 PA, 0 HR, 6 RBI, 7 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 2 SB
This Season Hitting: .291/.364/.417 145 PA, 2 HR, 29 K, 15 BB, 4 SB
 
11: Willy Adames, TB
Durham Bulls, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-25, 28 PA, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB, 7 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .299/.391/.458 128 PA, 3 HR, 27 K, 17 BB, 2 SB
 
12: Gleyber Torres, NYY
New York Yankees, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 7-19, 22 PA, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .333/.381/.491 63 PA, 2 HR, 12 K, 5 BB, 1 SB
 
13: Lewis Brinson, MIA
Miami Marlins, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 3-18, 18 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 R, 0 BB, 7 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .169/.228/.288 128 PA, 4 HR, 45 K, 7 BB, 1 SB
 
14: Miguel Andujar, NYY
New York Yankees, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 6-23, 24 PA, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 4 R, 1 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .272/.288/.474 118 PA, 3 HR, 25 K, 3 BB, 0 SB
 
15: Brent Honeywell, TB
Not Currently Assigned
 
16: Alex Reyes, STL
St. Louis Cardinals, MLB
 
17: Francisco Mejia, CLE
Columbus Clippers, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 5-18, 23 PA, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 1 BB, 4 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .197/.254/.316 127 PA, 3 HR, 28 K, 6 BB, 0 SB
 
18: Brendan Rodgers, COL
Hartford Yard Goats, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-19, 21 PA, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB, 3 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .288/.331/.495 122 PA, 6 HR, 26 K, 7 BB, 4 SB
 
19: Sixto Sanchez, PHI
Not Currently Assigned
Last 7 Pitching: 4.0 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 20.0 BF, 4 ER, 3 K, 7 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 21.0 IP, 93 BF, 4.71 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, 16 K
 
20: Michael Kopech, CWS
Charlotte Knights, Triple-A
Last 7 Pitching: 3.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 16.0 BF, 2 ER, 3 K, 1 H, 4 BB
This Season Pitching: 30.0 IP, 128 BF, 3.00 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 38 K
 
21: Luis Robert, CWS
Winston-Salem Dash, Class A-Advanced
 
22: Brendan McKay, TB
Bowling Green Hot Rods, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 4-17, 24 PA, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 4 R, 7 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .262/.483/.344 87 PA, 1 HR, 13 K, 26 BB, 0 SB
Last 7 Pitching: 4.2 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 17.0 BF, 0 ER, 9 K, 0 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 18.2 IP, 66 BF, 1.45 ERA, 0.48 WHIP, 33 K
 
23: Mitch Keller, PIT
Altoona Curve, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 11.1 IP, 1-1, 0 SV, 52.0 BF, 6 ER, 7 K, 13 H, 5 BB
This Season Pitching: 34.0 IP, 144 BF, 3.44 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, 30 K
 
24: Keston Hiura, MIL
Carolina Mudcats, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 12-32, 32 PA, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 9 R, 0 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .272/.313/.448 134 PA, 4 HR, 31 K, 5 BB, 1 SB
 
25: Scott Kingery, PHI
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 4-17, 17 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 1 R, 0 BB, 5 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .214/.264/.339 121 PA, 2 HR, 33 K, 6 BB, 4 SB
 
26: Kyle Wright, ATL
Mississippi Braves, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 5.2 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 28.0 BF, 5 ER, 8 K, 8 H, 4 BB
This Season Pitching: 31.0 IP, 136 BF, 4.94 ERA, 1.55 WHIP, 34 K
 
27: Walker Buehler, LAD
Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB
Last 7 Pitching: 6.0 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 20.0 BF, 0 ER, 8 K, 0 H, 3 BB
This Season Pitching: 16.0 IP, 63 BF, 1.13 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 19 K
 
28: Luis Urias, SD
El Paso Chihuahuas, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-26, 34 PA, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 8 R, 8 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .299/.427/.439 131 PA, 3 HR, 21 K, 22 BB, 1 SB
 
29: J.P. Crawford, PHI
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB
This Season Hitting: .188/.246/.328 71 PA, 2 HR, 19 K, 4 BB, 0 SB
 
30: A.J. Puk, OAK
Not Currently Assigned
 
31: Luiz Gohara, ATL
Atlanta Braves, MLB
 
32: Franklin Barreto, OAK
Nashville Sounds, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-26, 30 PA, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 6 R, 4 BB, 11 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .275/.366/.538 93 PA, 5 HR, 27 K, 11 BB, 1 SB
 
33: MacKenzie Gore, SD
Fort Wayne TinCaps, Class A
Last 7 Pitching: 2.0 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 10.0 BF, 4 ER, 3 K, 4 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 5.0 IP, 24 BF, 10.80 ERA, 2.20 WHIP, 7 K
 
34: Mike Soroka, ATL
Atlanta Braves, MLB
Last 7 Pitching: 4.0 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 22.0 BF, 4 ER, 3 K, 7 H, 3 BB
This Season Pitching: 10.0 IP, 45 BF, 4.50 ERA, 1.60 WHIP, 8 K
 
35: Corbin Burnes, MIL
Colorado Springs Sky Sox, Triple-A
Last 7 Pitching: 7.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 25.0 BF, 1 ER, 13 K, 4 H, 0 BB
This Season Pitching: 31.2 IP, 134 BF, 4.55 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 34 K
 
36: Anthony Alford, TOR
Toronto Blue Jays, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 1-6, 7 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 2 R, 1 BB, 2 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .167/.286/.167 7 PA, 0 HR, 2 K, 1 BB, 1 SB
 
37: Cristian Pache, ATL
Florida Fire Frogs, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 9-19, 21 PA, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .312/.333/.448 130 PA, 1 HR, 26 K, 4 BB, 0 SB
 
38: Royce Lewis, MIN
Cedar Rapids Kernels, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 10-21, 23 PA, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB, 2 K, 5 SB
This Season Hitting: .373/.416/.434 89 PA, 1 HR, 10 K, 6 BB, 10 SB
 
39: Justus Sheffield, NYY
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, Triple-A
Last 7 Pitching: 4.2 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 22.0 BF, 2 ER, 6 K, 4 H, 4 BB
This Season Pitching: 4.2 IP, 22 BF, 3.86 ERA, 1.71 WHIP, 6 K
 
40: Carter Kieboom, WSH
Potomac Nationals, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 9-22, 29 PA, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 5 R, 7 BB, 3 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .227/.342/.379 155 PA, 5 HR, 30 K, 23 BB, 1 SB
 
41: Michel Baez, SD
Not Currently Assigned
Last 7 Pitching: 4.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 19.0 BF, 0 ER, 7 K, 4 H, 3 BB
This Season Pitching: 12.0 IP, 57 BF, 3.75 ERA, 1.67 WHIP, 13 K
 
42: Hunter Greene, CIN
Dayton Dragons, Class A
Last 7 Pitching: 1.2 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 12.0 BF, 2 ER, 1 K, 3 H, 4 BB
This Season Pitching: 9.2 IP, 61 BF, 13.97 ERA, 3.21 WHIP, 18 K
 
43: Jake Bauers, TB
Durham Bulls, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-22, 25 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB, 4 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .264/.345/.462 119 PA, 4 HR, 29 K, 12 BB, 6 SB
 
44: Yordan Alvarez, HOU
Corpus Christi Hooks, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 5-18, 19 PA, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 4 R, 0 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .299/.374/.542 123 PA, 6 HR, 24 K, 14 BB, 5 SB
 
45: Ian Anderson, ATL
Florida Fire Frogs, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Pitching: 7.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 23.0 BF, 0 ER, 7 K, 2 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 26.0 IP, 110 BF, 3.81 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, 31 K
 
46: Willie Calhoun, TEX
Round Rock Express, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 9-25, 26 PA, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 1 BB, 3 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .260/.324/.386 139 PA, 3 HR, 22 K, 11 BB, 0 SB
 
47: Austin Meadows, PIT
Indianapolis Indians, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 2-24, 25 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .258/.310/.355 102 PA, 1 HR, 14 K, 6 BB, 5 SB
 
48: Alex Verdugo, LAD
Oklahoma City Dodgers, Triple-A
This Season Hitting: .276/.309/.474 81 PA, 4 HR, 14 K, 4 BB, 0 SB
 
49: Jesus Sanchez, TB
Charlotte Stone Crabs, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 11-26, 27 PA, 0 HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, 1 BB, 2 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .353/.369/.571 122 PA, 5 HR, 23 K, 3 BB, 1 SB
 
50: Juan Soto, WSH
Harrisburg Senators, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 12-30, 33 PA, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 9 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
 
51: Triston McKenzie, CLE
Not Currently Assigned
 
52: Monte Harrison, MIA
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 6-29, 29 PA, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, 0 BB, 11 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .244/.323/.420 133 PA, 3 HR, 52 K, 10 BB, 3 SB
 
53: Colin Moran, PIT
Pittsburgh Pirates, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 5-21, 24 PA, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 5 R, 2 BB, 2 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .283/.369/.434 122 PA, 3 HR, 20 K, 13 BB, 0 SB
 
54: Yadier Alvarez, LAD
Tulsa Drillers, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 2.0 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 14.0 BF, 4 ER, 3 K, 2 H, 6 BB
This Season Pitching: 15.1 IP, 79 BF, 5.87 ERA, 2.02 WHIP, 17 K
 
55: Austin Riley, ATL
Gwinnett Stripers, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 9-23, 28 PA, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 5 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .313/.389/.375 18 PA, 0 HR, 4 K, 2 BB, 0 SB
 
56: KeBryan Hayes, PIT
Altoona Curve, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 6-25, 27 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 1 R, 2 BB, 3 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .231/.280/.306 120 PA, 0 HR, 14 K, 7 BB, 1 SB
 
57: Taylor Trammell, CIN
Daytona Tortugas, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 5-16, 20 PA, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 R, 4 BB, 4 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .288/.398/.510 123 PA, 4 HR, 21 K, 19 BB, 3 SB
 
58: Jorge Mateo, OAK
Nashville Sounds, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 6-23, 25 PA, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, 1 BB, 11 K, 2 SB
This Season Hitting: .184/.223/.289 122 PA, 2 HR, 37 K, 6 BB, 6 SB
 
59: Albert Abreu, NYY
Tampa Tarpons, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Pitching: 3.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 17.0 BF, 1 ER, 5 K, 5 H, 3 BB
This Season Pitching: 6.2 IP, 29 BF, 2.70 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 8 K
 
60: Touki Toussaint, ATL
Mississippi Braves, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 12.1 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 48.0 BF, 1 ER, 15 K, 6 H, 6 BB
This Season Pitching: 36.2 IP, 152 BF, 3.19 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 48 K
 
61: Tyler ONeill, STL
Memphis Redbirds, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-28, 30 PA, 3 HR, 5 RBI, 6 R, 1 BB, 8 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .333/.337/.678 95 PA, 9 HR, 21 K, 2 BB, 0 SB
 
62: Anderson Espinoza, SD
Not Currently Assigned
 
63: Dustin Fowler, OAK
Oakland Athletics, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 0-1, 1 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .000/.000/.000 1 PA, 0 HR, 0 K, 0 BB, 0 SB
 
64: Will Smith, LAD
Tulsa Drillers, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 4-14, 17 PA, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB, 4 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .255/.333/.447 105 PA, 4 HR, 22 K, 10 BB, 1 SB
 
65: Jack Flaherty, STL
Memphis Redbirds, Triple-A
Last 7 Pitching: 11.2 IP, 1-1, 0 SV, 50.0 BF, 3 ER, 19 K, 10 H, 4 BB
This Season Pitching: 31.2 IP, 126 BF, 2.27 ERA, 0.92 WHIP, 41 K
 
66: Jo Adell, LAA
Burlington Bees, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 5-10, 10 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 3 R, 0 BB, 1 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .321/.400/.464 65 PA, 1 HR, 20 K, 7 BB, 3 SB
 
67: Jorge Guzman, MIA
Jupiter Hammerheads, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Pitching: 7.0 IP, 0-0, 0 SV, 34.0 BF, 3 ER, 5 K, 7 H, 7 BB
This Season Pitching: 11.0 IP, 52 BF, 2.45 ERA, 1.73 WHIP, 12 K
 
68: Tristen Lutz, MIL
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 5-22, 23 PA, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, 0 BB, 7 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .180/.239/.290 110 PA, 2 HR, 36 K, 7 BB, 0 SB
 
69: Jahmai Jones, LAA
Inland Empire 66ers, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 4-25, 27 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 1 BB, 7 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .212/.322/.374 115 PA, 3 HR, 24 K, 14 BB, 3 SB
 
70: Jesus Luzardo, OAK
Midland RockHounds, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 5.0 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 18.0 BF, 1 ER, 7 K, 3 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 15.0 IP, 61 BF, 3.00 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, 19 K
 
71: Danny Jansen, TOR
Buffalo Bisons, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 9-23, 29 PA, 0 HR, 8 RBI, 4 R, 4 BB, 2 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .315/.420/.493 89 PA, 2 HR, 11 K, 10 BB, 2 SB
 
72: Alec Hansen, CWS
Not Currently Assigned
 
73: Adonis Medina, PHI
Clearwater Threshers, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Pitching: 7.0 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 27.0 BF, 1 ER, 5 K, 4 H, 2 BB
This Season Pitching: 27.2 IP, 125 BF, 4.55 ERA, 1.45 WHIP, 21 K
 
74: Cole Tucker, PIT
Altoona Curve, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 2-23, 27 PA, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1 R, 3 BB, 8 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .212/.303/.298 120 PA, 0 HR, 26 K, 12 BB, 0 SB
 
75: Riley Pint, COL
Asheville Tourists, Class A
This Season Pitching: 0.1 IP, 6 BF, 81.00 ERA, 12.00 WHIP, 0 K
 
76: Nate Pearson, TOR
Not Currently Assigned
Last 7 Pitching: 1.2 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 10.0 BF, 2 ER, 1 K, 5 H, 0 BB
This Season Pitching: 1.2 IP, 10 BF, 10.80 ERA, 3.00 WHIP, 1 K
 
77: Nick Gordon, MIN
Chattanooga Lookouts, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 10-29, 33 PA, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .339/.369/.534 130 PA, 3 HR, 20 K, 7 BB, 4 SB
 
78: Max Fried, ATL
Gwinnett Stripers, Triple-A
This Season Pitching: 11.0 IP, 46 BF, 2.45 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, 10 K
 
79: Estevan Florial, NYY
Tampa Tarpons, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 6-24, 26 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, 6 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .248/.346/.345 130 PA, 1 HR, 40 K, 16 BB, 5 SB
 
80: Yu-Cheng Chang, CLE
Columbus Clippers, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 3-16, 18 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 R, 0 BB, 2 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .255/.330/.394 107 PA, 2 HR, 22 K, 8 BB, 0 SB
 
81: Sean Murphy, OAK
Midland RockHounds, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-20, 22 PA, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 5 R, 2 BB, 3 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .336/.383/.598 116 PA, 4 HR, 21 K, 5 BB, 0 SB
 
82: Brian Anderson, MIA
Miami Marlins, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 7-22, 24 PA, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 5 R, 2 BB, 5 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .267/.364/.389 151 PA, 2 HR, 34 K, 16 BB, 1 SB
 
83: Ryan McMahon, COL
Albuquerque Isotopes, Triple-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-30, 31 PA, 0 HR, 5 RBI, 4 R, 1 BB, 8 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .200/.243/.257 37 PA, 0 HR, 10 K, 2 BB, 0 SB
 
84: Joey Wentz, ATL
Florida Fire Frogs, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Pitching: 6.0 IP, 1-0, 0 SV, 22.0 BF, 0 ER, 4 K, 2 H, 3 BB
This Season Pitching: 27.0 IP, 108 BF, 2.33 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, 22 K
 
85: Carson Kelly, STL
St. Louis Cardinals, MLB
Last 7 Hitting: 0-4, 5 PA, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .000/.200/.000 5 PA, 0 HR, 1 K, 0 BB, 0 SB
 
86: Leody Taveras, TEX
Down East Wood Ducks, Class A-Advanced
Last 7 Hitting: 7-30, 31 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 1 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .250/.348/.367 139 PA, 2 HR, 28 K, 18 BB, 6 SB
 
87: Isan Diaz, MIA
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 4-21, 28 PA, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 7 BB, 5 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .191/.326/.336 136 PA, 3 HR, 34 K, 22 BB, 1 SB
 
88: Jon Duplantier, ARI
Jackson Generals, Double-A
Last 7 Pitching: 4.1 IP, 0-1, 0 SV, 21.0 BF, 3 ER, 6 K, 6 H, 1 BB
This Season Pitching: 14.1 IP, 59 BF, 3.14 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, 20 K
 
89: Zack Burdi, CWS
Charlotte Knights, Triple-A
 
90: Austin Hays, BAL
Bowie Baysox, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 6-30, 30 PA, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 5 R, 0 BB, 11 K, 2 SB
This Season Hitting: .224/.269/.400 134 PA, 5 HR, 35 K, 8 BB, 3 SB
 
91: Zack Collins, CWS
Birmingham Barons, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 7-18, 30 PA, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 6 R, 12 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .247/.454/.447 119 PA, 4 HR, 31 K, 32 BB, 1 SB
 
92: Bobby Bradley, CLE
Akron RubberDucks, Double-A
Last 7 Hitting: 6-18, 21 PA, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 4 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 1 SB
This Season Hitting: .171/.254/.371 118 PA, 5 HR, 35 K, 12 BB, 1 SB
 
93: Jose Siri, CIN
Not Currently Assigned
 
94: Braxton Garrett, MIA
Greensboro Grasshoppers, Class A
 
95: Michael Chavis, BOS
Portland Sea Dogs, Double-A
 
96: Cole Ragans, TEX
Spokane Indians, Class A Short Season
 
97: Brandon Marsh, LAA
Burlington Bees, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 10-27, 31 PA, 0 HR, 7 RBI, 5 R, 4 BB, 3 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .327/.423/.538 123 PA, 3 HR, 29 K, 18 BB, 4 SB
 
98: Jay Groome, BOS
Not Currently Assigned
 
99: Alex Kirilloff, MIN
Cedar Rapids Kernels, Class A
Last 7 Hitting: 11-28, 31 PA, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 5 R, 3 BB, 6 K, 0 SB
This Season Hitting: .299/.339/.551 115 PA, 5 HR, 22 K, 7 BB, 0 SB
 
100: Franklin Perez, DET
Erie SeaWolves, Double-A
 
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