Tampa Bay's Randy Arozarena and Shane McClanahan are the only ranked prospects playing in the 2020 World Series, but several other notable Minor Leaguers have intriguing connections to this year's Fall Classic.
Already the owner of postseason marks for hits by a rookie and homers by anyone, Randy Arozarena set the overall hits record with an RBI single in Game 5 of the World Series.
One night after setting the rookie record for postseason hits, Rays No. 19 prospect Randy Arozarena smacked his ninth postseason homer, establishing another Major League mark.
With a ninth-inning solo shot, Rays No. 19 prospect Randy Arozarena broke Derek Jeter's postseason mark for hits by a rookie and tied the mark for homers shared by Barry Bonds.
With three outfielders among their top four prospects, led by No. 1 Kristian Robinson, the D-backs are looking for an infusion of talent to get them back in the mix in the NL West.
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