Jasson Dominguez

The new list has been released and New York’s prospects are moving up — and down.

On Monday morning, Baseball America released its updated, mid-season Top 100 prospect list.

This list incorporates the 2021 draft class as well as players who have made their professional debuts this year after the pandemic cost us a minor league season last year.

The Mets (five) and Yankees (three) have some big name prospects on the list.

18. Francisco Alvarez, C — Mets

Alvarez moves up one spot from BA’s previous rankings. He’s one of the top catching prospects in baseball. You’ll likely hear his name in a few trade rumors this week, but it’s unlikely the Mets would consider moving him.

29. Jasson Dominguez, OF — Yankees

Dominguez made history at the All-Star Futures Game, becoming the first player to appear in the game without a full minor league season on his resume. The Martian is still a relative unknown because of limited professional appearances but he’s already been promoted once by the Yankees this year. He dropped four spots.

65. Bret Baty, 3B — Mets

Baty was one of the big risers on the list, moving up 29 spots from the previous rankings. He’s having a tremendous season and, like Alvarez, will be frequently mentioned in trade rumors this week.

66. Kumar Rocker, SP — Mets

Rocker makes his debut on the list right behind Baty. The Mets were thrilled he fell to them in the draft. After a stellar career at Vanderbilt he has a bright future with the club.

71. Ronny Mauricio, SS — Mets

Mauricio dropped 21 spots from BA’s previous list but is still the fourth Mets prospect in the top 75 overall. With Francisco Lindor signed long-term, he might be a chip the Mets move in the right deal this week.

86. Anthony Volpe, SS — Yankees

Volpe moved up 11 spots from the previous rankings. He’s having a solid season and might not be as far away as many thought earlier this year.

92. Oswald Peraza, SS — Yankees

Yup, two shortstops in the Yankees’ system make the list again. Peraza dropped a few slots but he’s still viewed as a terrific prospect.

97. Mark Vientos, 3B — Mets

A second third baseman in the Mets’ system makes the list this time. Vientos is  one of the youngest players in the Double-A North this year and might move across the diamond or to a corner outfield spot for the future.

Tab has written about MLB, the NHL and the NFL for more than a decade for publications including The Fourth Period, Bleacher Report and La Vida Baseball. He is the author of two books about the Chicago Blackhawks and has been credentialed for the MLB All-Star Game and postseason and multiple Stanley Cup Finals. He is the co-host of the Line Drive Radio podcast.