The Colorado Rockies are struggling at the big league level. They traded Nolan Arenado last offseason and are now witnessing Jon Gray and Trevor Story sign with other teams, giving them only one compensatory pick in return. With that said, they have plenty to be excited about in terms of up-and-coming prospects.
The Los Angeles Angels have worked to shape their organization by constructing a stronger farm system. Now that the likes of Brandon Marsh, Jo Adell, and others have graduated to the majors, the Halos’ focus appears to be bolstering its core of pitching prospects.
The White Sox recently graduated or traded away a number of top prospects, including Andrew Vaughn, Michael Kopech, Nick Madrigal, and Garrett Crochet. While their system isn’t as strong as it once was, they still have some solid pieces that could make big impacts on the team in the near future. It is a bit top-heavy and relies heavily on these players reaching their ceilings or at least getting close.