Triple-A is a place the online prospect-watching community ignores. It’s either a finishing school for top prospects or a wasteland for Quad-A players. Wil Myers, Desmond Jennings and David Price highlight the list of Rays prospects held in Durham due to service-time considerations. Tampa Bay is forced to utilize its Triple-A affiliate more than the average team due to financial restrictions. The result is a Durham team full of big league prospects. 2014 is no exception.
Opening Day in Chattanooga is Thursday night. In 2013, the Southern League was home to dynamic prospects including Taijuan Walker, Archie Bradley (2013 Report), Javier Baez (2013 Report) and Yasiel Puig (2013 Report). Puig took the National League by storm while the other three finished the season as top-10 prospects in all of baseball. The league is expected to be deeper in 2014 with many MLB top prospects including those listed below. ROTOscouting will have multiple contributors covering the action.
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