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Astros 2015 Draft class ranked number one by Baseball America

Houston continues to build on one of the deepest minor league systems in baseball.

Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

The Astros season maybe over, but the team continue to win off the field.

Baseball America did a report card for each team's 2015 Draft with the minor league season now over. The team with the top grade was the Astros -- followed by the Cubs, Brewers, Diamondbacks, and Rockies.

BA ranked the Astros top pick in the 2015 Draft, Alex Bregman as the second-best pure hitter in the class. The second pick, Kyle Tucker, was the fifth-best power hitter out of the 2015 draft picks. Bregman was also the third-best pro-debut, only behind the the Red Sox' Andrew Benintendi and the Mariners' Drew Jackson.

Daz Cameron as the number one play with most intriguing background and Tucker came in fifth on that same list. Steve Naemark was the number on human interest choice, selected the 40th round by the Astros. Bregman was the third closest player to the majors, behind Benintendi and Tyler Jay of the Twins.

Bregman played between two teams, Quad Cities and Lancaster, batting .294 with 13 doubles, four home runs, 34 RBIs, 37 runs scored, and 13 stolen bases.

Kyle Tucker and Daz Cameron played parts of the 2015 season with the Gulf Coast League Astros and the Greeneville Astros of the Application League. Tucker batted .246 (57x232) with 12 doubles, three home runs, 30 runs scored, 33 RBIs, and 18 stolen bases. Cameron batted .251 (44x175) with four doubles, three triples, 17 RBIs, 34 runs scored, 25 walks, and 24 stolen bases.