Top MLB Prospect Call-Up Radar Report, Week 8

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Top MLB Prospect Call-Up Radar Report, Week 8
Associated Press
Rafael Montero lost his first two big league starts, but he'll soon be joined in the Mets rotation by a fellow young righty.

The 2014 season already has seen a collection of notable prospects receive promotions to the major leagues. Undoubtedly, there are many, many more to come. And soon.

In fact, with the Super Two target deadline approaching by mid-June, there should be plenty of promotions of primo prospects in the coming month.

Already, highly regarded youngsters George Springer, C.J. Cron and Rougned Odor are each starting for their respective clubs following early season call-ups.

More recently, the New York Mets brought up right-handers Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom for their debuts last week, while Trevor Bauer resurfaced in Cleveland and Kolten Wong did the same in St. Louis.

It shouldn't be long until other impact talents join the mix.

So, who will be the next to reach the major leagues? In order to predict estimated time of arrivals in the majors this season, we've classified prospects using the following scale:

Red: September call-up at best

Orange: Second-half call-up

Yellow: Call-up within a month

Green: Call-up within a week/call-up is imminent

Here's a look at the prospect call-up report for Week 8 of the 2014 season.


Statistics are accurate through May 21 and come from Baseball-Reference and FanGraphs, except where otherwise noted.

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