2011 MLB Predictions: Each Team's Prospect Who Will Reach the Majors First

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2011 MLB Predictions: Each Team's Prospect Who Will Reach the Majors First
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With every team in Major League Baseball now about 30 games into their season, there has already been some roster surprises and injuries which have facilitated the call-ups of some young prospects.

Just this past Saturday, the Cleveland Indians, on the heels of the Carlos Carrasco elbow injury, called up 22-year-old Alex White to make his major league debut. The young man did nothing to warrant displeasure from Cleveland fans, throwing six strong innings and giving up just two runs.

The Los Angeles Angels have also gone to the minors to pluck prospects, with 21-year-old Tyler Chatwood and 22-year-old Alexi Amarista. In both cases, the upside was evident as well.

So, with the first month of the season in the books, and many teams looking at what could be very long seasons, there will be ample opportunity to see the next crop of major leaguers in action.

We will take a look at which prospect from each team may be the next to be called into action with their big league clubs.

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