as mentioned in I am not saying that Player X will be the next Player Y.
1 of 6Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi.
Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox/Getty ImagesBoston Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski has raided the organization’s farm system in the interest of winning now, including shipping away a bundle of top prospects to acquire ace Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox this winter.
I’m also sticking to current big leaguers only, so no Ted Williams versus Andrew Benintendi discussions.
As we await Grapefruit League action, here’s an interesting question: Which current MLB players do the Red Sox’s top MiLB chips most resemble?
referring to Jim McIsaac/Getty ImagesSpring training 2017 is an especially exciting time for New York Yankees fans.
I am not—I repeat not—stating that Player X will be the next Player Y.
1 of 6New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge.
While we wait to see them in action, here’s an interesting question: Which current MLB players do the Yanks’ up-and-comers most closely resemble?
Several of the team’s top prospects—the building blocks of the franchise’s burgeoning youth movement—are in camp.
The Top 3 MLB Breakout Candidates at Every Position Entering 2017
referring to Inevitably, some will soar and some will fizzle—but they’ll all be worth watching closely in 2017.
He can be a youngster who’s only sipped his cup of coffee or have a few seasons under his belt.
It means different things to different people.
I’ve tapped three breakout candidates at each position, including starting and relief pitchers.
Brace Hemmelgarn/Getty ImagesIn the vernacular of sports, “breakout” is a nebulous term.
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