We all know that unlike any other sports, MLB has the chance to add people in their line ups on June and then decrease the amount of their players again when playoffs come. These trade ins and new prospects that will play have a huge impact in MLB betting. As when you get a good prospect and they lived up to the expectation, they can help put the team on the playoffs. So here are some MLB prospects that I’m sure will get a call from their teams and will play in the MLB, just watch out for them. They can make or break a team.
Baltimore Orioles: Manny Machado
The Baltimore Orioles have been in a prolonged state of hibernation since the late 1990s. However, things are starting to look up for the Birds, as they posted a 14-9 record in the month of April. The Orioles are already receiving contributions from young stars such as Matt Wieters, Nolan Reimold and Chris Davis on the major league level. Prized pitching prospect Dylan Bundy should be called up to the majors soon and some believe Manny Machado could have all tools to be the next Alex Rodriguez. Machado was chosen third by the Orioles in the 2010 amateur draft. He has drawn comparisons to Rodriguez because he is from Miami and exhibits many of the same physical traits. Machado compiled a stellar senior season at Brito Miami Private School, where he batted .639 with 12 HR and 68 RBI in 29 games.
Seattle Mariners: Danny Hultzen
The Seattle Mariners have had their share of pitching aces over the years. There could be another ace added soon to the Mariners’ pitching fray by the name of Danny Hultzen. Hultzen was originally drafted out of high school in 2010 by the Arizona Diamondbacks, but passed on the chance to sign. The second time would prove to be a charm for Hultzen, as he was chosen second by the Mariners in the 2011 amateur draft. Hultzen is currently pitching for the Mariners’ Double-A affiliate Jackson Generals of the Southern League. He has a 2-2 record with a 2.05 ERA. Expect Hultzen to get a call-up soon as the Mariners continue to rebuild.
Kansas City Royals: Mike Montgomery
Will Mike Montgomery make his first major league appearance this season for the Kansas City Royals? There is a good chance. The Royals are in need of pitching and it seems the slow maturation process is about to come to an end for Montgomery. Montgomery has posted a 2-0 record with a 4.55 ERA for Omaha so far in 2012. The parent club has stumbled out of the gate with a 6-15 record. With a rotation with…