Brent Rooker

Top 10 Prospects of Each AL Central Team

Top 10 Prospects of Each AL Central Team

The White Sox and Cleveland Indians are the runaway darlings of the AL Central prospect Top 10s.

2019 International League Preview

2019 International League Preview

I like to think of AAA more like a waiting room than a level per se, not every player even stops through AAA these days, and many are there for just a matter of weeks. It’s often rosters cluttered with failed prospects, long shots, and fringe MLB regulars that need a little seasoning. The International League, at least on paper far exceeds those expectations. With Vladimir Guerrero Jr. technically highlighting, there’s a strong crop behind him in Bo Bichette, Nick Senzel, Touki Toussaint, Dylan Cease, Nate Lowe, and others. The first half of the year should be deep with prospect showdowns particularly those games in which Gwinnett is involved. The Braves affiliate boasts the most loaded rotation and staff in the minors with three Top 100 arms on the roster. Should be a fun group to follow as many of these future stars debut on the big stage.

2018 Arizona Fall League Preview: Salt River Rafters

2018 Arizona Fall League Preview: Salt River Rafters

The facilities at Salt River, which is the spring training home to the Diamondbacks and Rockies, are considered to be the best in baseball and the Salt River team should be amongst the top in the Fall League. The 2018 Salt River Rafters will be comprised of prospects from the Diamondbacks, Rockies, Nationals, Marlins, and Twins organizations. The collection of offensive talent and athleticism on this team will be hard to top with as many as six top-100 prospects selected for this team. Brendan Rodgers and Carter Kieboom are two of the most well known prospects here, but there are plenty of others to get excited about.