Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW Wrapping up the 6 part series of breakout prospects with the NL West. Home of some of the absolute finest farm systems in the game. Today we dive into the back half of each team’s system with the next wave of high upside prospects set to take the MiLB
Written by: Danny HackerFollow him on Twitter: @theGREATdanny94Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW It’s truly hard to gauge where some hitters and pitchers are headed after a whacky 2020 season but within some, there is the promise for a major breakout on the way. One of those players is Tampa Bay Rays Shortstop Willy Adames. Adames was
Scouting Report written by: Jake TweedieFollow him on Twitter: @MLBUKAnalysis1Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW This latest Scouting Report takes an in-depth look Jackson Kowar of the Kansas City Royals ready to contribute in 2021. With his 6’5″ frame, and projectable arm strength there is a lot of upside here. He is currently ranked 6th in our
Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW The AL West has some franchise altering prospects on the cusp of their big league debuts in the near future with the Mariners Jarred Kelenic and Julio Rodriguez. Also the Angels Jo Adell looking to turn around his poor rough rookie year into a special sophomore campaign. And the
Not to be confused with Dodgers Infielder Max Muncy (whom Maxwell Muncy shares not only a name, but a birthday as well with the Dodgers star). But these 2 have some differences when they step on the field. Muncy is one of the better Shortstop prospects in the class as well as the state of
Written by: John StoreyFollow him on Twitter: @JohnStorey_Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW Right now, the baseball world is fixated on Francisco Lindor, as it should be when a star of his caliber changes laundry. However, we can’t forget about Carlos Carrasco. He’s a huge part of this Mets – Cleveland swap. And one that
Written by: Danny BrackmanFollow Him on Twitter: d__brackFollow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW After two solid-but-unspectacular seasons of college ball, Hunter Bishop exploded in his draft-eligible junior season for Arizona State, somehow out-OPS’ing his fellow teammate Spencer Torkelson. That was enough to vault him to a 10th overall selection by the San Francisco Giants in 2019. Bishop
Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW The NL Central has a few teams who could use some youthful reinforcements in the next year or 2 to help take control of this division that has been so evenly matched the past couple of years. With the Cubs heading towards a major rebuild, Pirates already in the
Written by: Jake TillinghastFollow him on Twitter: @JTillinghast27Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW Josh Hartle is your standard high upside, big, projected lefthander you cant help but get excited about and expect to hear his name on Day 1 of the 2021 MLB Draft. Standing 6’5″ with as easy a delivery and arm speed as you will
Written by: Danny HackerFollow him on Twitter: @theGREATdanny94Follow Prospects Worldwide on Twitter: @ProspectsWorldW Bauer and his agent Rachel Luba have been a consistent presence on social media despite not offering many, if any, hints at all about where he will sign ultimately. To this point, his career has been nothing short of intriguing. Bauer was first called
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