braves top prospects

2019 Highest Level: Rookie Ball was the talk of the Braves system thanks to the rate he was launching baseballs into orbit after the draft. Braxton Davidson, OF (2019 Midseason Rank #19) Age: 19 I know many Braves fans want more firepower in the lineup, but the club has plenty of ammunition left. Well, this is one way to get your first Triple-A out. The power is really the only tool that projects to be plus, but he doesn’t post high strike out rates which could be a sign that we shouldn’t write off the hit tool quite yet. Honestly, he and Wright are in similar boats to me with their current situations, but I could see the finished products going two very different ways. Wright made his Major League debut back in 2018 and has yet to find his footing at the Major League level, walking 19 in 25.2 innings thus far. 2019 Highest Level: Double-A He could vault up this list after getting some more pro ball looks. I will say when he does get a hold of one it can fly, he just needs to get a little more consistent in that department. Good FB, SL combo and has really harnessed the command. These are things that can be ironed out though. The one thing we’ve really been lacking in this top-25 so far has been a big speed threat. Jim Callis is a reporter for MLB.com. A 6’4 undrafted lefty, he spent 2019 in High-A where he was adjusting to the higher level of competition. But there’s still some solid contact skills here and more power potential in the tank. 2019 Highest Level: Rookie If you have both, there is a lot of promise in that player. Ramos is my sleeper/breakout candidate this year. That slot paired with the extension he gets gives Anderson’s mid-90’s fastball plenty of riding action up in the zone. From the 24th round in the 2019 MLB draft to the top-10 of a good farm system, Bryce Ball certainly has put himself firmly on the dynasty radar with his offensive tools and dominant professional debut. The man, the myth, the legend. Shewmake has one of the higher floors in the system thanks in part to the fact that he possesses a couple of things you can’t coach; instincts and frame. Age: 23 One positive we can take away is that he’s shown plenty of patience at the dish, but that’s also led to higher strikeout rates as he usually finds himself deep in counts. Trey Harris, OF (2019 Midseason Rank #15) Riley Unroe, 2B (2019 Midseason Rank #46) I am of the opinion you let Wright start the season as the fifth starter and give him a true consistent assignment to see if he can piece things together at the big league level. His defense at short is adequate enough right now to keep him at short, but there’s a decent chance he outgrows the position down the road. Ryan Casteel, 1B (2019 Midseason Rank #50) In the short-term, he could slide in as their backup catcher until the aforementioned duo is ready, but this is a .220ish hitter we’re talking about. Follow @jimcallisMLB on Twitter. 2019 Highest Level: Rookie Best toolsPlayers are graded on a 20-80 scouting scale for future tools -- 20-30 is well below average, 40 is below average, 50 is average, 60 is above average and 70-80 is well above average. A 6’3/225 corner outfielder, Moreno has a very strong frame with easy plus raw power. Kyle Wright, RHP (2019 Midseason Rank #4) Jeremy Walker, RHP (2019 Midseason Rank #36) 2019 Stats: 3.59 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 82 K, 40 BB, Will be in Rome tonight providing full report on Gabriel Noguera. Braves, General, MiLB, NL East, Top 50 Lists Powerful BP round from Fresno State commit Mahki Backstrom (2019, Los Angeles, Calif.). One thing we can rely on from Wright is the repertoire. His swing already presents some great leverage and the frame leads to even more power potential to dream on. If Davidson can work on improving his command and control, there’s mid-rotation upside here. Huascar Ynoa, RHP (2019 Midseason Rank #16) Leading the way offensively is an above-average hit tool and plus strike zone awareness. Age: 21 He gets the bat to the ball at an unbelievable rate, can draw a walk, can run, and has even shown home run power. Age: 23 I enjoy the statistical side of the game, especially sabermetrics. How about we sneak one more arm in that has a cloudy future role attached to it? So intriguing that I may need to write a separate piece on him. We know the hit tool and run game are going to be his fantasy calling card and even though the power is coming along, there is still some concern about his batted ball data. As a two-way draft prospect in the 2017 draft, Freddy Tarnok was considered a better hitter than he was a pitcher, but possessed enough intrigue on the mound for the Braves to draft him in the 3rd round and transition him there full-time. I’m just not sure what type of average we’ll be looking at. Age: 21 Age: 25 Although he is just 19, the 6’3 frame leads one to believe there is even more raw power down the road than at present, though he may lose a step or two in the field and on the base paths. Age: 20 I think as he gets some pro reps under his belt, the raw power will begin to transition to in game over the fence power resulting in 20ish homers a season which is extremely valuable at the position. Jenista’s stock is down and for good reason. 23. 14. If Muller wasn’t in the same system as Anderson and Wright, he might even be getting more love than he is right now. 2019 Highest Level: MLB If he does stick in the rotation, Ynoa is likely a #4 or #5 starter longterm. Age: 18 2019 Stats: .241/.291/.352, 9 HR, 1 SB. Harris is a plus runner with plenty of athleticism in the outfield and on the bases. Ian Anderson, RHP (2019 Midseason Rank #2) That’s not to say Langeliers can’t handle the stick. 28. My favorite J2 player from an org that couldn’t sign many J2 players. 2019 Stats: .117/.245/.180, 2 HR, 3 SB. 2019 Highest Level: MLB He dominated lesser competition before getting drafted and after some coaching could very well trudge his way up this list. 2019 Stats: .192/.315/.242, 0 HR, 2 SB. Jared Johnson, RHP (2019 Midseason Rank NR) I know, it’s not very exciting at the surface, but Shewmake has the tools to develop into a sneaky-good offensive contributor at the Major League level while being able to stick at shortstop longterm. In fact he hasn’t had a pull % under 50%  at any stop since 2016 in Rookie ball. Kyle Wright, RHP. Like Muller, Davidson has improved his velocity through specific training and now sits comfortably in the mid-90s. Excited to see him this weekend at PG World https://t.co/4hPKbVH9l1 pic.twitter.com/jjTfVo4Ovn, — Perfect Game USA (@PerfectGameUSA) January 25, 2019.

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