FanGraphs ranks four Pittsburgh Pirates prospects in top 100 overall prospects

The Pittsburgh Pirates have landed four prospects inside FanGraphs's top 100 prospects in baseball

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No. 37 2B Termarr Johnson

The 19-year old second baseman is an exciting prospect thanks to hit strong hitting tools that makes him one of the best young bats in the game.

Last season, Johnson in his first full season in professional baseball hit .244/.422/.438 with 18 home runs and 59 RBI across 105 games with Low-A Bradenton and High-A Greensboro.

While he did take a bit of a dip from last year's ranking of No. 21, Johnson remains one of the game's top prospects including the third best second baseman behind Colorado's Adael Amador and the Chicago Cubs' Matt Shaw.

FanGraphs projects Johnson to make his Major League debut in 2027.