MiLB Prospects

Each player is categorized by team (“CHC”), by division (“NL Central”), by league (“NL”), and by all of baseball (“MLB”). You can click on one of those categories inside each player story, and you will be shown all players in that category. Or click the Archive tab and you will have buttons for each division.

Or just search for a player’s name in the search bar below.

(Players with asterisks are those who have made it to the majors)

Hayden Wesneski, RHP, NYY

Another “who?” entry in my pitching pantheon, but Wesneski won’t be unknown for very long. I expect him with the Yankees in late 2022. Who, indeed!

Vinnie Pasquantino, 1B, KC

Some prospects pop up and people get all excited (SP, SS), and some prospects pop up and people look at their watches (1B). Here’s why those people can’t tell time.

Jacob Lopez, LHP, TA

When prospect hounds look at new names, always in the back of our minds is the hope that we might find our Holy Grail. Let’s see how close Jacob Lopez comes to the mark.

Ian Seymour, LHP, Tam

Drafted in the lost year of 2020, the now 22-year-old Ian Seymour only has 2021 numbers for us to look at. How’s he doing? Hint: He’s a Rays prospect…

Justin Steele *, LHP, CHC

With word that the Cubs will be bring up Justin Steele to be part of a six-man rotation, let’s see who the Cubs have in this left-hander.

Xzavion Curry, RHP, CLE

After being drafted in 2019, and dealing with shoulder inflammation that year, and then a pandemic the next year, this is the first year we get to see Xzavion Curry in a professional setting. How’s that going? Glad you asked…

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