January 19 Milwaukee Wisconsin Brandon Vail
With only about 70 days left until baseball season starts, let’s talk about the farm system and who to watch out for this season. Today we will talk about the top 5. Then come back and talk about other teams.
1) Baltimore Orioles
After years of terrible baseball you hope so.. The team has been at the top of the draft or drafted for the last 5 years. , he was called up late last year. He looked really good, so I expect him to be a good player for years to come. Grayson Rodriguez won’t be on the opening day roster, but a month or two after injuries, he’s going to get up and stay up and pitching for this team and their ace for years to come.
2) Los Angeles Dodgers
What can I say they are very good drafters and know how to make players good. Most likely, you’ll see Bobby Miller turn up and pitch at the exit for Trevor Beur. If Will Smith gets injured, expect Diego Cartaya to show up and take his place.
3) Cleveland Guardians
There are two things Cleveland does well. A good farm system helps her number two. Cleveland has five of his players in the top 100, two of whom are pitchers, ready to meet with them this season. Daniel Espino is currently in AA, but he’s dropped. He may be out of the bullpen at some point.
4) Cincinnati Reds
The Reds Farm system is here because they traded star players for young prospects. It’s a good reason the Reds are allergic to spending money, and the Reds also have five prospects in the top 100. Three of them are SS, so Red will have no problem with SS in the future. The closest of them is Elly De La Cruz who can play SS or 3B. Elly De La Cruz is currently in AA and has a staggering AVG of .305 in 47 games.
5) Arizona Diamondbacks
The Diamondbacks have four prospects in the top 100. I’ve read all the stories about Corbyn Carroll, but instead, I’m talking about his second pick, Drew Jones (OF), behind Jackson Holiday. Druw Jones is currently number 12 prospect, but he’s insane because mlb.com doesn’t have the stats. This is a slap in the face for all prospects struggling to get on this list. So let’s talk about Jordan Lawler (SS) and the guy who jumped over the minors he was on four different teams in his 2020.