2019 MLB Prospect Report: Names To Watch Part Two
Matt Selz discusses some prospects who may be up early in the season in the National League that may help your fantasy team.
The season is pretty much in full swing now with fifth starters finally making their first starts of the year this week. However, the minor leagues have just gotten going in the upper levels while the lowest levels haven’t yet started. Teams have made a bunch of call-ups already for prospects making their debuts and some broke camp with their respective major league teams. This week we’re focusing on the prospects that are worth keeping an eye on this year in the National League division-by-division.
Mike Soroka (ATL) – We all know that the Braves have a heap of young arms in their system and Soroka is the best one of the group. He got a taste of the majors last year before a shoulder injury ended his season early. Soroka is still just 21 years old and so they will take it easy with his recovery from the shoulder issue that flared in spring training as well in March. Prior stints in the minors though have borne fruit as he posted a 2.75 ERA, 3.19 FIP, 7.32 K/9, 1.99...