Fast-Tracked MLB Prospects Who Still Need More Time to Develop in the Minors

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Fast-Tracked MLB Prospects Who Still Need More Time to Develop in the Minors
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Anthony Rendon may be close the majors, but is need of further seasoning in the minor leagues.

Every year there are prospects who are rushed through their team’s respective farm system. Unfortunately, it’s often a product of their success at lower levels when it should be based upon their tools and secondary skills.

Just because a prospect puts up monster numbers to begin their professional career and is the recipient of aggressive promotions, does that mean they’ll be ready for a big-league debut ahead of schedule?

Here’s a look a five prospects already on the fast track to the major leagues who still need more time to develop in the minors.

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