As the 2020 season rolls on, at least for most teams, rookies and prospects have become a huge part of this abbreviated season. The only major “deadline” for prospects we’re really waiting on at this point is the Super Two deadline which is a date that won’t be known immediately as it depends on how many rookies get called up and it’s calculated based off a percentage of the rookie class and what date that percentage was reached. So knowing how big a role prospects and rookies are playing for their teams this year, it’s a good idea to take a bit deeper look at who are leading in some of the advanced stats and whether they have a shot at sticking to those numbers or not as well as hitting on some prospect news.

Stat Leaders

Jake Cronenworth, UTIL SD - The former seventh-round pick was involved in the Rays-Padres deal for Tommy Pham and even before the trade was perhaps the least focused on player involved despite his multitude of talents. Cronenworth is a true utility player...