Who are some minor league baseball players to keep an eye on?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Jerreckson Profar (Rangers #1 overall prospect)
Zach Turner (Key piece of Sanchez/Infante swap)
Jose Iglesias (Expected to be starting shortstop by 2013 for RS, but his offense has struggled)
Billy Hamilton (Over 111 stolen bases already, split between 2levels)
Kyle Kelly (Key Piece of A-Gon swap)
Matt Harvey (Made his debut last night, but was swapped for Carlos Beltran)
- Anonymous8 years ago
Turner, Hultzen, and Skaggs are tall top rated pitching prospects. Turner for the Marlins;Hultzen for the Mariners; Skaggs for the Diamondbacks. I think Hultzen is the best out of the 3. All are really talented though.
Rendon could be the future first baseman for the Nats if he keeps hitting well in the minors. So, expect maybe a call up from him this year or next year, or the year after at the latest if all goes well.
Arenado is another great hitting prospect. He's not hitting many home runs right now, but he can drive in runs as he drove in 122 in Single-A+.
Profar is a great hitting shortstop prospect for the Rangers.
Wheeler....In Double-A this year, he struck out 106 in 109.1 IP. He'll be a difference maker for the Mets.
There's many more prospects here -> http://www.minorleagueball.com/2012/4/4/2922993/mi...
- ErichLv 78 years ago
Julio Teheran (Braves P, AAA)
Trevor Bauer (Dbacks P, AAA)
Wil Myers (Royals OF, AAA)
Travis d'Arnaud (Blue Jays C, AAA)
Manny Machado (Orioles SS, AA)
Jurickson Profar (Rangers SS, AA)
Billy Hamilton (Reds SS, AA)
Zack Wheeler (Mets P, AA)
Mike Olt (Rangers 3B, AA)
Dylan Bundy (Orioles P, A)
Gerrit Cole (Pirates P, AA)
Just to name a few