2019 MLB Prospect Report: More Call-ups
Matt Selz discusses some of the most fantasy relevant call-ups from MLB teams in May and what you can look from them the rest of the way.
For the last two weeks we’ve been breaking down the recent and likely call-ups for MLB teams and yet there’s more notable names this week. With all of the weaknesses on MLB rosters at this point in the season from injuries or simply underperformance of the players already on the roster, it’s not surprising to see the influx of talent. So, for a third straight week we will take you through the newest names being added to the call up ranks.
UPDATE: Austin Riley (3B/OF ATL) – If you have been following some banter that I may or have partaken in with Craig Mish or some other prospect writers, you’ll know how highly Austin Riley rates for me. He is the Braves’ heir-apparent to Chipper Jones at the hot corner (minus the switch-hitting of course) in every aspect of the game. Behind Vladimir Guerrero Jr. , Riley is the best third base prospect in baseball and has shown that the last three seasons by missing back-to-back-to-back 20-home-run seasons by just one home run in 2017. Now in...