MLB | Standout prospects from every workforce in Spring Coaching

MLB | Standout prospects from every workforce in Spring Coaching

Spring Coaching is the proper state of affairs for younger gamers to make good impressions on their MLB organizations. Particularly early on, prospects can stand out and probably expedite their timeline to succeed in the Majors.

With the assistance of every membership’s beat author, right here is every workforce’s standout prospect throughout Spring Coaching.

All Spring Coaching numbers getting into Saturday’s video games

Blue Jays: OF Alan Roden
Roden is already an on-base machine, however the Blue Jays’ high outfield prospect is working so as to add some energy to his recreation, which looks like the ultimate piece of the puzzle right here. Up to now, so good, as Roden ripped a bases-loaded double in his first Spring Coaching recreation and homered within the subsequent. He ought to proceed to get loads of appears to be like, too, because the Blue Jays handle the spring workloads of veterans Kevin Kiermaier and George Springer. He’s not about to win a job out of camp, however Roden is placing himself in place to be one of the crucial attention-grabbing gamers within the higher Minors of this method with an actual probability to make an influence in some unspecified time in the future in 2024. — Keegan Matheson

Orioles: INF Coby Mayo
Loads of gifted prospects are standing out in O’s camp, so there are fairly a couple of choices right here. However we’ll go along with Mayo, MLB Pipeline’s No. 30 general prospect who has raked early in Grapefruit League motion. Over his first six video games, the 22-year-old went 5-for-12 with three doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored, reaching base in 9 of 16 plate appearances. Supervisor Brandon Hyde has additionally been impressed with Mayo’s improved protection at third base, the place he’s getting nearly all of his work this spring. It’s unlikely that Mayo will break camp with the Orioles, however he may make his MLB debut someday in 2024. — Jake Rill

Rays: INF Junior Caminero
After making his Main League debut throughout the Rays’ postseason push final 12 months, Caminero appears more likely to start this season in Triple-A. However MLB Pipeline’s No. 4 general prospect made a promise shortly after reporting to his first huge league Spring Coaching, saying, “If I am going to Triple-A, I’m not gonna spend loads of time there.” The 20-year-old nonetheless has some work to do defensively, however there’s little doubt he can hit. He instantly started bashing balls round and out of Grapefruit League parks and homered to middle area in his second recreation of the spring. — Adam Berry

Pink Sox: OF Roman Anthony
The 19-year-old, ranked No. 24 in MLB Pipeline’s Prime 100, received a few stunning alternatives to begin in middle area within the first week of Grapefruit League motion. Anthony isn’t in huge league camp, so he was referred to as over as a Minor League further. He regarded snug on the massive diamond, drawing two walks in his first begin and belting a pair of singles in his second recreation. Anthony appears mature past his years and the Pink Sox stay up for his subsequent look in camp. “He’s very disciplined,” stated Pink Sox supervisor Alex Cora. “He retains getting stronger.” — Ian Browne

Yankees: OF Spencer Jones
While you hit a 470-foot residence run in your first swing in a Grapefruit League recreation, individuals are going to note. That’s what is occurring with Jones, and the Yankees’ high prospect is taking the elevated consideration in stride. Lauded as a left-handed model of Aaron Choose on Draft day, the 6-foot-6 Jones affords extra than simply the light-tower energy that Anthony Volpe referred to as “jaw-dropping.” Supervisor Aaron Boone stated that Jones’ velocity on the basepaths and in middle area stands out, saying, “He’s an enormous man, however he can fly.” — Bryan Hoch

Guardians: 1B Kyle Manzardo
When your hitting coach compares you to Wade Boggs, you have to be doing one thing proper. The Guardians are getting their first up-close have a look at Manzardo, who was acquired within the commerce that despatched Aaron Civale to Tampa Bay in July. After a profitable displaying within the Arizona Fall League, he arrived in camp able to show {that a} spot on the Opening Day roster ought to be his. In his first three Cactus League video games, Manzardo, ranked No. 59 in MLB Pipeline’s Prime 100, has gone 3-for-5 with a stroll. “He appears to be like like Wade Boggs to me,” Guardians hitting coach Chris Valaika stated. “He’s been superior within the field.” — Mandy Bell

Royals: C Carter Jensen
The Royals introduced the 20-year-old Jensen to his first huge league camp for the expertise of being round veteran catchers and pitchers, nevertheless it’s additionally an opportunity to indicate the teaching workers and evaluators what the workforce’s No. 7 prospect can do. They’ve been impressed with how Jensen has dealt with the day by day schedule and his at-bats within the backfields and video games. He has a double and two walks to this point in 4 video games, after the work he put on this offseason on doing injury with pitches he may need missed final 12 months in Excessive-A Quad Cities. Jensen, a Kansas Metropolis native, isn’t about to win a job in camp, however he’s placing his identify on the radar for the approaching years. — Anne Rogers

Tigers: IF Eddys Leonard
Leonard was a relative unknown heading right into a prospect-heavy camp, having been acquired from the Dodgers for money eventually summer season’s Commerce Deadline. The No. 30 prospect had a popularity from his stretch run at Triple-A Toledo for high-energy play and an aggressive hitting fashion to match, and he has lived as much as the billing in Tigers camp whereas shifting everywhere in the infield. His 5-for-12 begin included two hard-hit doubles and a 407-foot residence run he crushed to the highest of Joker Marchant Stadium’s left-field berm on March 1. He’s an extended shot to make Detroit’s Opening Day roster, however he’s having the sort of efficiency that leaves an impression for an in-season call-up. — Jason Beck

Twins: RHP Matt Canterino
All eyes can be on the 2 high 100 guys in camp — that’s Brooks Lee and Emmanuel Rodríguez — however maybe the most important first impression has come from Canterino, who returned from Tommy John surgical procedure with a powerful first look on the mound, touching 95 mph along with his fastball from a extremely unorthodox and limb-y windup, to go along with a changeup and depraved slider that made even All-Stars Ozzie Albies and Matt Olson look uncomfortable on the plate. He’s nonetheless received a lot to show, however he has dominated within the Minors when wholesome and will pitch himself into the MLB image quickly if he maintains well being. — Do-Hyoung Park

White Sox: RHP Jordan Leasure
Leasure was additionally the selection for the shock candidate to interrupt camp with the workforce, and that thought course of hasn’t modified for the right-hander and No. 19 White Sox prospect, per MLB Pipeline. He’s thought-about by many to be the nearer of the longer term and has fanned three over two scoreless innings in two appearances with one hit and one stroll. If Leasure doesn’t break camp with the workforce, he ought to be one of many first relievers referred to as upon from the Minors. Shortstop Colson Montgomery is without doubt one of the recreation’s high prospects, ranked No. 9 general by Pipeline, so he’s additionally one to observe. Most significantly, Montgomery is wholesome this spring. — Scott Merkin

Angels: OF Nelson Rada
Rada is simply 18 years previous however is coming off a powerful season with Single-A Inland Empire the place he was 4 years youthful than the common competitors. He’s made essentially the most of his first three video games of the spring, going 2-for-4 with three stolen bases. He’s coming off an age-17 season that noticed him hit .276/.396/.346 with two homers, 13 doubles, six triples, 48 RBIs and 55 stolen bases in 115 video games. He’s thought-about the membership’s middle fielder of the longer term and stated he’s been studying from watching famous person Mike Trout. — Rhett Bollinger

Astros: RHP Spencer Arrighetti
Arrighetti, the Astros’ top-ranked pitching prospect, was as sharp as he could possibly be in his Grapefruit League debut on Monday in opposition to the Tigers in Lakeland. He threw two scoreless innings, permitting one hit and putting out three batters. Ranked because the workforce’s No. 3 prospect by MLB Pipeline, Arrighetti threw 22 of his 32 pitches for strikes whereas mixing his four-seam fastball, slider and changeup. He averaged 92.7 mph along with his fastball. Arrighetti generated six whiffs on 17 swings. He has an outdoor shot to make the workforce out of camp, which can rely upon the well being standing of a few of the workforce’s veteran arms. — Brian McTaggart

Athletics: RHP Joe Boyle
After leaving a robust impression throughout his first huge league stint final September, Boyle has transferred that into spring. The 6-foot-7 righty has regarded dominant by means of his first two begins, permitting only one earned run with 5 strikeouts and no walks in 5 ⅓ innings whereas displaying off a newly added sweeper and electrical fastball that has reached as much as 101 mph. In a stacked battle for Oakland’s closing rotation spot, Boyle seems to be the early chief in camp. — Martín Gallegos

Mariners: INF Cole Younger
Seattle’s entrance workplace hinted that Younger was going to see a lot taking part in time throughout the early Cactus League slate, nevertheless it’s been how he is dealt with the chance that is stood out. The Mariners’ No. 1 prospect by MLB Pipeline entered Sunday 4-for-10 with one homer, one double and only one strikeout in 5 video games. He is additionally made all of the performs defensively. The second does not seem too huge for him, both, and it is turn into clear that he is nearer to the Majors than his Draft day again in July 2022. — Daniel Kramer

Rangers: 2B Justin Foscue
Evan Carter and Wyatt Langford have been the discuss of the city, however Foscue — the Rangers’ No. 6 prospect, per MLB Pipeline — has impressed as he competes for a spot on the Opening Day roster. Although he has simply three hits and a stroll in six Cactus League video games, Foscue has continued to showcase his defensive versatility as he will get reps at first base, second base, third base and designated hitter. — Kennedi Landry

Braves: INF Nacho Alvarez
Alvarez may not bodily appear like a center infielder, however he has confirmed his huge body possesses ample mobility and suppleness. The Braves took him within the fifth spherical of the 2022 MLB Draft realizing he had nice offensive potential. — Mark Bowman

Marlins: 1B/OF Troy Johnston
Johnston, whom the Marlins did not shield forward of the Rule 5 Draft, has picked up the place he left off final season. After main all Minor Leaguers with 116 RBIs between Double-A and Triple-A, the 26-year-old has gone 4-for-9 with an RBI, two walks and no strikeouts in 5 Grapefruit League video games. Serving to Johnson have a greater probability at reaching MLB this season is his skill to play corner-outfield spots. — Christina De Nicola

Mets: OF Drew Gilbert
It hasn’t been Gilbert’s bat that’s impressed Mets officers a lot as his glove. In his first Grapefruit League recreation, Gilbert chased down a double off the wall and began an 8-4-5 double play to retire the runner at third. He’s dealt with each probability he’s had in middle area and, for good measure, Gilbert added a two-run single in Tuesday’s recreation in opposition to the Marlins. The Mets are excited by the kind of all-around participant that Gilbert — one of many two prospects they obtained for Justin Verlander final August — might be. — Anthony DiComo

Nationals: OF James Wooden
The Nationals’ Spring Coaching roster is deep with a mess of prospects who could possibly be dubbed because the standout. Wooden, who’s ranked as No. 14 general and the Nats’ No. 2, will get the nod right here. He has slugged three residence runs in his first six video games, to a slash line of .500/.588/1.143. With athleticism and agility at 6-foot-6, Wooden additionally has two stolen bases and has been strong on protection. — Jessica Camerato

Phillies: RHP Mick Abel
Abel had a robust displaying in his Grapefruit League debut in opposition to the Yankees on Feb. 25, putting out two in a scoreless inning. Abel is again to throwing the slider he threw in highschool, one which has tighter spin and extra vertical break, he stated. It ought to give him extra separation along with his curveball. The important thing for Abel this spring is pitching with conviction and never considering a lot about mechanics. If he does that, he thinks he ought to throw extra strikes. — Todd Zolecki

Brewers: 3B Brock Wilken
Wilken was the Brewers’ first-round Draft decide lower than a 12 months in the past, however he is been the workforce’s finest hitter this spring. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound slugging nook infielder has performed in six Cactus League video games and been on base 9 instances in 11 plate appearances. Wilken is 5-for-7 with two doubles, three walks, a hit-by-pitch and 4 RBIs. The 21-year-old is constructing on a robust begin to his professional profession in 2023, when he posted an .887 OPS throughout three Minor League ranges, reached Double-A in his first 12 months out of Wake Forest and was ranked Milwaukee’s No. 8 prospect by MLB Pipeline. — Adam McCalvy

Cardinals: CF Victor Scott II
Scott II, the Minor Leagues co-leader in stolen bases final 12 months with 94 luggage, has opened eyes regardless that he hasn’t had the best success on the plate but. He hit a 96.5 mph rocket again at Mets pitcher Josh Walker for a single within the opener for his solely hit. Nonetheless, in a recreation final week in opposition to the Nats, Scott left mouths agape with the hardest-hit ball (105.9 mph), the quickest dash velocity (30.2 ft per second) and the quickest throw (90.4 mph). He’s working day by day with Cardinals legend and coach Willie McGee and he’s logging that info in a pocket book that’s by no means removed from his facet. — John Denton

Cubs: OF Owen Caissie
One of many high slugging prospects on Pipeline’s Prime 100 listing, the 21-year-old Caissie had ripped off seven hits (three for further bases) by means of his first 11 at-bats (plus an 1.805 OPS) in Cactus League play this spring. That included a homer in Friday’s recreation in opposition to the White Sox. Caissie, who had extra walks (three) than strikeouts (two) by means of his first six spring video games, is ranked No. 3 on the Prime 30 listing for the Cubs and No. 47 on the Prime 100. Whereas the massive lefty-swinging outfielder just isn’t anticipated to be within the Opening Day combine for Chicago, Caissie boasts the sort of energy that might put him on the Main League radar quickly sufficient. — Jordan Bastian

Pirates: 2B Termarr Johnson
After lacking out on recreation motion final Spring Coaching on account of a hamstring harm early in camp, the Pirates’ 2022 first-round decide has made essentially the most of his first actual spring look and wowed on the dish. He homered twice in opposition to the Blue Jays this week, changing into the primary teenager to do this in a spring recreation since Carlos Correa in 2014. His teammates are taking discover of what he’s doing on the plate, too. “I couldn’t think about taking part in in a Main League Spring recreation at 19,” Bryan Reynolds stated. “I used to be scared sufficient after I was nevertheless previous. It’s spectacular to see what [he’s] doing.” — Alex Stumpf

Reds: SS Edwin Arroyo
Ranked No. 67 general by MLB Pipeline, Arroyo already had the popularity of being the very best defensive shortstop in the complete group. In a handful of spring video games, the 20-year-old has backed it up. In his first begin, in opposition to the Angels on Feb. 25, he made a unbelievable diving cease to his left for an out. Arroyo, who is probably going set to open 2024 at Double-A Chattanooga, has additionally proven some abilities offensively and that he can put some keep on the ball similar to his double vs. the Dodgers on Thursday. — Mark Sheldon

D-backs: INF Blaze Alexander
Alexander doubled in his first spring at-bat and hasn’t regarded again since. He’s swinging the bat with authority and the very best signal for him is that he’s utilizing an up-the-middle method lining the ball into each gaps. The D-backs would really like him to get some extra expertise on the Triple-A degree, however additionally they want a backup shortstop. If Alexander continues to hit in addition to play plus protection at third, brief and second, the membership could should rethink its plans. — Steve Gilbert

Dodgers: OF Andy Pages
Pages missed nearly all of the 2023 season after present process surgical procedure to restore a torn labrum on his left shoulder. Regardless of main surgical procedure, Pages has come into camp absolutely wholesome and has impressed at each flip. Pages has regarded the half within the outfield, displaying off a robust arm. However his actual power is contained in the batter’s field, and the Cuban outfielder has displayed what has made him a high prospect. Via 4 video games, Pages is 4-for-10 with three extra-base hits, together with a homer, posting a 1.500 OPS within the course of. — Juan Toribio

Giants: LHP Kyle Harrison
Harrison, who’s ranked San Francisco’s No. 1 prospect, continues to be working to refine his command of all his pitches, however he confirmed how dominant he might be in his spring debut in opposition to the Rangers, putting out 4 over two scoreless innings. The Giants have Harrison penciled in to be their No. 2 starter this 12 months, so that they’ll be relying on the 22-year-old rookie to work extra effectively and present that he can constantly pitch deep into video games this season. — Maria Guardado

Padres: IF/OF Jackson Merrill
A lifelong shortstop, Merrill has made his transition to an outfield function look awfully simple (whereas nonetheless getting reps within the infield throughout exercises). The Padres have two vacancies of their beginning outfield, and if Merrill can show it on the plate, he’ll nearly definitely fill a kind of spots. Merrill, San Diego’s No. 2 ranked prospect and MLB Pipeline’s No. 12 general, has solely performed 46 video games on the Double-A degree, so maybe he’ll want a bit extra Minor League seasoning. However he appears destined to influence the massive league membership in the end. — AJ Cassavell

Rockies: OF Yanquiel Fernandez
The No. 72 MLB Pipeline prospect, Fernandez, who turned 21 on New Yr’s Day, batted .300 with a house run in his first 5 Spring Coaching video games. Fernandez’s energy comes well-advertised, and he has opened some eyes along with his arm and his athletic skill within the outfield. The Rockies are feeding him constant Cactus League taking part in to assist him study to time up Main League fastballs and develop situational savvy. Fernandez touched Double-A final season. — Thomas Harding

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