Best Alternate Identity? Prospect Team of the Year? Hitter/Pitcher of the Year? We break down all those honorees and more as we recap everything from the inaugural Minor League Awards that aired on MLB Network on Monday night.
Baseball's No. 58 overall prospect Kyle Manzardo found power and consistency following his trade from the Tampa Bay Rays to the Cleveland Guardians at the Trade Deadline.
Baseball's No. 1 prospect Jackson Holliday posted a .323/.442/.499 slash line while climbing four levels of the Minors and capping it all off with a Triple-A championship.
Yankees' fifth-ranked prospect Drew Thorpe led all of the Minor Leagues with 182 strikeouts over 139 1/2 innings and ranked fourth with a 2.52 ERA to go with a 0.98 WHIP.
To be eligible for the Prospect Team of the Year, players must have spent at least half of the season in the Minors and made organizational Top 30 Prospects rankings at some point.
The 31st Arizona Fall League campaign kicked off Monday, featuring a host of baseball's best prospects. Here's a detailed look at what to expect as another season begins in the desert.
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Crews chats about big 2023, LSU title game, start to career
No. 58 overall prospect finds power, consistency following trade