Five Pittsburgh Pirates prospects ranked on MLB Pipeline's Top 100 for 2024

Five Pittsburgh Pirates farmhands were included on the 2024 MLB Pipeline Top 100 prospects list on Friday.

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2B Termarr Johnson

Johnson took a bit of a tumble in this year's rankings, dropping from his final spot in 2023 of 22 to 44 to start the 2024 season. In his first full season in professional baseball, Johnson hit .244/.422/.438 with 18 home runs and 31 total extra-base hits in 349 at-bats. He also had 59 RBI and 83 runs scored on the season.


"A shortstop as an amateur, Johnson has settled in professionally at second base and should be just fine at the keystone with decent range, hands and enough arm," his scouting report says. "His bat will carry him to the big leagues and there’s excitement about what he can do, assuming health, to live up to his Draft billing."

His projected ETA to the Major League is 2025.

MLB Pipeline graded out Johnson in the following way;

Hit: 55
Power: 55
Run: 50
Arm: 50
Field: 55
Overall: 55