The 2014 season has already seen a collection of notable prospects receive promotions to the major leagues. Undoubtedly, there are more to come. And soon.
In fact, with the Super Two cutoff coming right around this time, there should be plenty of promotions of primo prospects over the coming days.
Already, highly regarded youngsters like George Springer, Oscar Taveras, Jonathan Singleton and Marcus Stroman are starting for their respective clubs following call-ups.
The big news this week, of course, was the Pittsburgh Pirates' promotion of elite prospect Gregory Polanco, who had been tearing up the International League.
Beyond that, the Baltimore Orioles once again recalled hard-throwing Kevin Gausman, who will make another spot start this week for the injured Miguel Gonzalez; and fellow righty Eddie Butler made his debut for the Colorado Rockies, only to get hit around and then land on the disabled list with shoulder soreness.
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 times of arrival 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 11 of the 2014 season.