It's hard to remember a St. Louis Cardinals farm system that came into the season more highly lauded than the 2013 model. (Not because it was so long ago—because it makes me think of how good Rick Ankiel was, and I've tried to block that out.) Baseball America's Top 100 prospects list is the most recent example: From Oscar Taveras at No. 3 in baseball to Kolten Wong at No. 84 the Cards took six places, and three of their four returning prospects moved up in the world. (Click through for the full list; you can probably guess No. 1 and No. 2 if you take a minute.)

You could probably guess the Cardinals, too, and maybe even in order—but I'll spot you their positions. Taveras is at No. 3, while Shelby Miller hangs on at No. 6, two spots ahead of last year. Then Carlos Martinez (38) and Trevor Rosenthal (39) pop up, back to back, ahead of Michael Wacha (76) and Wong.