HOUSTON -- Led by 20-year-old shortstop Carlos Correa, who's No. 3 overall on MLB.com's list of Top 100 Prospects, the Astros have four ranked among the top 100, tying them for the ninth most among 30 teams.
Correa, the former No. 1 overall pick who broke his right ankle midway through last season, is ranked behind outfielder Byron Buxton of the Twins and third baseman Kris Bryant of the Cubs. Other Astros in the Top 100 are pitcher Mark Appel (No. 30), outfielder Domingo Santana (No. 71) and right-hander Vincent Velasquez (No. 86).