Tonight in Arizona at Salt River Fields, MLB Network will play host to the AFL All-Star game. Leading the way will be a host of ten out of the top one-hundred Prospects. Leading the way is Nationals prospect, Victor Robels, the number two prospect in baseball. Robels who joined the team after the Nationals lost in the Division Series, has done his part in showing the Nationals he is ready to be in the Bigs for good.
The Orioles have two prospects that made the AFL All-Star game, leading the way is Ryan Mountcastle. In sixteen games Mountcastle has shown his abilities, batting .246/.459/.303. Within his fifteen hits, he racked up four doubles and three homeruns. My sleeper to make the forty man roster out of Spring training will be on center stage and have the chance to show the world what he’s all about.
The second prospect will be LHP Tanner Scott, the 2017 future game selection this will be another All-Star game for Scott. The fifth best prospect for the Orioles hasn’t shown much consistency in his short stint with the Orioles as well as his Fall league performance. In seven innings pitched Scott had a 0-2 record and a 7.71 ERA. Scott needs to turn this around before spring ball for him to give himself any shot at making the roster out of Spring Training. The game can be seen tonight at 8pm.