Red Sox Top Prospects 2023 Expectations
When Chaim Bloom took over the GM position in 2019, Boston’s farm system was ranked 30th (out of 30). Of course, coming off a World Series championship, nobody was complaining. The new directive from ownership was to build a farm system, promote home-grown talent, draft younger kids with higher upside, and of course, spend less […]Read More
Potential of Zach Brzykcy
The Washington Nationals could have found a diamond in the rough in the form of #25 prospect Zach Brzykcy. Brzykcy, an undrafted free agent from Virginia Tech, has the potential to be a shutdown bullpen piece for the Washington Nationals. He’s quickly gaining traction among Nats fans after receiving a Non-Roster invite to Spring Training. […]Read More
Top 10 Mets Prospects for 2023
1. Francisco Alvarez The number three prospect, according to MLB.com, going into 2023 is the Mets’ 21-year-old catcher, Francisco Alvarez. Alvarez was signed by the Mets in 2018 as an international free agent and immediately began rising in the rankings, becoming a consensus top-100 prospect after his age-17 minor league season in 2019. Alvarez slashed […]Read More
Which Reds Rookie will be Most Impactful in 2023?
The Reds have a plethora of exciting prospects in their farm system, 4 of which were spotlighted on MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 List when the preseason rankings were dropped earlier this week. Those four on the list are:SS Elly De La Cruz (Ranked 10th) 3B/SS Noelvi Marte (Ranked 29th)SS Edwin Arroyo (Ranked 44th)3B Cam Collier […]Read More