Despite rapidly moving through three levels in 2019, Rutschman, who turns 22 next week, will likely receive a slower pace in his first full season with the Orioles, which figures to begin with High-A Frederick. But all of the players ahead of Rutschman on either list are expected to play in the majors at some point in 2020. Lux made his debut last year, hitting his first career home run against the Orioles, and should play a heavy role in the Dodgers’ plans this year. Robert, who posted a 30-30 season (32 home runs, 36 steals) across three minor league levels last years, has signed a long-term deal with Chicago that effectively assures him a spot on the team’s Opening Day roster. Adell is not far from flanking Mike Trout in the Angels’ outfield, while Gore’s chances to hop Rutschman in either set of rankings should fade soon after he joins the Padres’ rotation in 2020.