Of the 10, there are three in particular who are popular with collectors for their prospect pedigree and ability to adapt upon their arrival to the majors.
Considered by Baseball America to have that power and speed combination most teams covet, Bradley Zimmer showed some of that skill in his second career Major League game.
His first official hit in the big leagues was an RBI double off the wall and he later hit a homerun that same game. That’s what you like to see after his Major League debut didn’t go as well, striking out three times.
While it’s always the number one prospect for each team that gets all the attention, fans and collectors shouldn’t sleep on the other top prospects.
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