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Not so fast, Billy.
Unfortunately, every team doesn't necessarily house a prospect capable of improving the on-field product in the major leagues. For the teams selectively omitted from this article, here's a look at their next-in-line prospect with a few quick thoughts.
Toronto Blue Jays: Receiving minimal production from Emilio Bonifacio at the keystone, the Blue Jays could turn to Ryan Goins at some point this season. Although he lacks an impact tool, the 25-year-old middle infielder is a gamer who manages to make things happen on both sides of the ball.
Los Angeles Angels: In possession of arguably the worst farm system in the game, the Angels current lack of serviceable prospects is astonishing. The only conceivable option would be right-hander A.J. Schugel, though he'd likely be used as a swingman much like Michael Roth.
Texas Rangers: While calling up Jurickson Profar would seemingly help the Rangers' scuffling offense, the organization made it clear at the onset of the season that they want the 20-year-old to receive everyday at-bats. In terms of pitchers, the organization may considering promoting right-hander Cory Burns, who has been excellent as the Triple-A Round Rock closer.
Washington Nationals: Anthony Rendon showed that he belong in the major leagues before Ryan Zimmerman's return from the disabled forced a demotion back to Double-A. And much like Profar, the Nationals would rather having him get regular at-bats in the minors than serve as a reserve in the major leagues.
Chicago Cubs: With a majority of the Cubs' top prospects stashed in the low minors, right-hander Trey McNutt is probably the only player capable of contributing in the major leagues this season, likely as a long reliever.
Cincinnati Reds: He may be the fastest player in the game, but Billy Hamilton needs further experience and refinement in the major leagues. He should receive a promotion at some point later this season, but for now he has his share of adjustments to make in Triple-A.
Colorado Rockies: Like many of the other teams on this list, the Rockies' best young talent is still years away from reaching the major leagues. However, one intriguing candidate is outfielder Corey Dickerson, who has mashed his way up the ladder and currently owns a .945 OPS at Triple-A Colorado Springs.