Another week is in the books as the top prospects of the MLB are either working out the kinks in the lower levels or making their case to be a mid-season call-up. We have seen some of the top prospects make their major league debut already this season, like Oscar Taveras, who didn’t disappoint in his first major league game.
We have also seen some top prospects bitten by the injury bug, like Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano. While the Minnesota Twins haven’t had much luck this season with their top two prospects, many other teams are starting to get giddy with anticipation for the arrival of their top prospects. Some of these prospects will be thrown into the fire of heated playoff races as teams look for reinforcements and an added spark in the second half of the year.
Without further ado, here is how the MLB’s top 10 prospects are doing after Week 11.