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Every year we present predictions for the Top 100 prospect players in baseball and the next generation of stars in the sport. Here is our list for 2019. Hope everyone is enjoying the upcoming baseball season!
Thirty-seven of MLB.com's Top 100 prospects were selected to participate in the Futures Game on July 7 in Cleveland, Major League Baseball announced Friday. This year's version of the prospect showcase pits the American League against the National League, a change from previous years in which the rosters were separated by U.S. and World players. The Futures Game is also moving to seven innings and a new time slot at 7 p.m. ET.
Regional Combines are the first large step toward a selection to a FSS Signature event, and the direct path to the National or Underclass Combines. An invitation only event, players attending will receive a shirt, hat, full MLB level scouting report, video, data analysis, and on site player development by the Future Stars Series National staff which includes Major League All Stars and World Series Winners. This level is a must attend to advance to Citi field, Fenway Park, Underclass Elite, or the Fresh 50. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)
Is there a bigger no-brainer than deGrom starting this game? The two-time Cy Young winner has no statistical peers and is a legitimate threat to pull off the rare pitcher’s feat of winning the MVP award this season. There are almost too many worthy NL starting pitchers to honorably mention, but the group includes: Clayton Kershaw, Walker Buehler, Sandy Alcantara, Joe Musgrove, Anthony DeSclafani, Freddy Peralta, Pablo López, Adam Wainwright and Taijuan Walker. Among the relief pitchers who were considered but didn’t quite make it are Mets closer Edwin Diaz and Pittsburgh’s Richard Rodríguez.
Tom Koehler who attended the Rising Star Baseball Camp during summers 1999-2000 was called up to the MLB roster of the Miami Marlins on September 1, 2012. Koehler was the 2010 Southern League Double A Pitcher of the Year after being the starting pitcher in the Double A All-Star Game and finishing with a 16-2 overall record. Tom coached at the baseball camp for a couple of summers during college. Congratulations and keep throwing the 96 MPH heat! (Source: www.risingstarcamp.com)