It’s been only a few days since the rosters expanded and teams announced their September call-ups, but some of baseball’s top prospects have already made a splash in the major leagues.
So far, speedster Billy Hamilton has stolen all the headlines after stealing the first two bases of his big league career with the game on the line and Yadier Molina behind the plate. Meanwhile, the White Sox offered a glimpse of their future on Wednesday night when they debuted a trio of prospects against the Yankees. And as the rest of the regular season unfolds, there undoubtedly will be more prospects summoned from the minor leagues.
While technically any prospect promoted on or after September 1 can be considered a “September call-up,” I decided to narrow the focus of this article to only those players reaching the major leagues for the first time.
With that being said, here are the (very) early grades for baseball’s top 10 September call-ups.