Matt Manning, Christin Stewart and JaCoby Jones highlight what is an otherwise near-empty tank of prospects in the Tigers’ system.
This week we’ve got prospects from the Yankees, Cubs, and Giants all included as part of our ongoing analysis of players to follow during the 2017 season.
Hunter Greene, Royce Lewis, Greg Deichmann, and Brian Miller highlight this week’s analysis of nine players worth following this Spring, as 2080 forges on with fresh coverage of the 2017 MLB Draft.
Confidently transitioning into his new role as a reliever, Pierce Johnson’s (RHP, Cubs) early results at Triple-A Iowa are showing that he’s almost ready for his shot at the big leagues.
Just three players made their MLB debut last week, but the real news was a prior debutante, who broke the schneid of an 0-for-26 start with a base knock on April 22.
Top prospect Alex Reyes (RHP), and potential impact arms Sandy Alcantara (RHP) and Jack Flaherty (RHP) are discussed, as are newly acquired 2016 draftees Dylan Carlson (OF), Delvin Perez (SS) and Dakota Hudson (RHP).
The young Yankees look ready to bolster the big league club with a new core of talent, setting a course its next prolonged run at a World Series title.