5 MLB Prospects Who Were Called Up Too Early in 2012

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5 MLB Prospects Who Were Called Up Too Early in 2012
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Toronto Blue Jays' prospect Anthony Gose

What makes the MLB different from most sports is the way teams develop players.

With a full minor league system intact, players are allowed to develop and polish their skills before heading into the big leagues. 

Top prospects Mike Trout and Bryce Harper have already made a quick impact on their teams once they got the call. However, not all players enjoy the same level of success as Trout and Harper. 

Some players booming with potential cannot seem to find their mojo when given the opportunity to shine in the big leagues.

Perhaps scouts have misjudged their talent or the pressure of the MLB has gotten to the player. For whatever reason, some prospects do not live up to their hype in their first call-ups to the major league level. 

Without further delay, here are five MLB prospects who were called up to early this season. 

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