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September Call-Up Odds for MLB's Top 25 Prospects, 3 Weeks Out
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While there already has been a large influx of prospects promoted to the major leagues this season, there are even more set to arrive when active rosters expand from 25 to 40 players on September 1.

Last year’s wave of September call-ups marked the arrival of some of baseball’s top rookies, including Billy Hamilton, Yordano Ventura, Nick Castellanos and Jonathan Schoop.

It’s still hard to say which prospects, if any, will be promoted to The Show this September, but there’s certainly no shortage of intriguing candidates, with Kris Bryant, Francisco Lindor, Noah Syndergaard, Joc Pederson and Alex Meyer all in the mix.

So, with three weeks remaining until rosters expand, here are the latest call-up odds for baseball's top 25 prospects, as determined by Prospect Pipeline’s midseason rankings.

 

Omitted due to injury: SS Carlos Correa (No. 2), 3B Miguel Sano (11), RHP Hunter Harvey (22), RHP Jameson Taillon (25), RHP Kohl Stewart (31) and RHP Kyle Zimmer (33).

Already in MLB: 2B/SS Javier Baez (No. 6), IF/OF Arismendy Alcantara (23) and RHP Aaron Sanchez (32).

 

*All stats courtesy of MiLB.com, Baseball-Reference or FanGraphs unless otherwise noted.

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