Visiting the Farms - NL West
Zac Veen is an impressive athlete, given he's only 19. The 6'4" frame at only 190lbs produces a great amount of power, while providing the speed to play center. He's drawing comps to Cody Bellinger with his profile, which would play nice in Colorado's thin air.
Elehuris Montero was a part of the trade that sent Nolan Arenado over to the Cardinals earlier this year. Signed by the Cardinals back in 2015, Montero has shown flashes of brilliance. In 2018, he was the Midwest League MVP, with 16HR, 82RBIs, and an .875 OPS. His arm is above average and translates to third, although his footwork more says first
Ryan Rolison doesn't have the upper 90's fastball like most top prospects. He does feature the ability to pinpoint that pitch, especially as a left handed pitcher. His curveball is a great put away pitch, registering in the upper 70's with a 12-6 break to it. Rolison is off to a decent start in AAA this year with a 3.67 ERA in 27IP.
Los Angeles Dodgers
Bobby Miller has the stuff to produce five pitches. His fastball averages around 96mph, with his slider and changeup forming into a cutter and splitter respectively. He's trending towards the closer role, depending on how his control develops.
Michael Busch is a Max Muncy lookalike to the Dodgers. While not really playing anything other than 1B, Busch and the Dodgers have shifted him over to second in an attempt to boost his defensive ability that's lacking. His bat is above average in both power and contact, while possessing the ability to take walks if needed.
Josiah Gray transformed from a shortstop to a pitcher once he hit the Cape Cod league back in 2017. Drafted by the Reds in 2018, then shipped to the Dodgers in the Puig/Kemp trade, Gray won Minor League Pitcher of the Year sporting a 2.28 ERA in 130 IP. Deception is how Gray is successful, with hitters commenting on how his fastball shows faster