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Los Angeles Angels 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Pitchers (29)
Justin Anderson
Matt Andriese
Luke Bard
Jacob Barnes
Jaime Barria
Cam Bedrosian
Ryan Buchter
Dylan Bundy
Ty Buttrey
Griffin Canning
Taylor Cole
Andrew Heaney
Kyle Keller
Parker Markel
Mike Mayers
Hoby Milner
Félix Peña
Dillon Peters
José Quijada
Neil Ramirez
Noé Ramirez
Hansel Robles
Chris Rodriguez
José Rodriguez
José Suarez
Julio Teheran
Hector Yan
Two-Way Player (1)
Shohei Ohtani
Catchers (5)
José Briceño
Jason Castro
Jack Kruger
Max Stassi
Infielders (12)
Arismendy Alcántara
David Fletcher
Jahmai Jones
Tommy La Stella
Albert Pujols
Elliot Soto
Matt Thaiss
Jared Walsh
Anthony Rendon
Luis Rengifo
Jose Rojas
Outfielders (8)
Jordyn Adams
Jo Adell
Brian Goodwin
Brandon Marsh
Mike Trout
Justin Upton
Taylor Ward


The Angels included six of their Top 10 prospects, led by outfielders Jo Adell (No. 1), Brandon Marsh (No. 2) and Jordyn Adams (No. 3) and pitchers Chris Rodriguez (No. 5) and Patrick Sandoval (No. 6). Infielder Jose Rojas, who led the Triple-A Pacific Coast League in total bases last season, also made the cut despite being left off the 40-man roster and unpicked in the Rule 5 draft after last season.


As a team with postseason aspirations, the Angels understandably left off low-level prospects Jeremiah Jackson (No. 4), Arol Vera (No. 8) and Kyren Paris (No. 10), all of who have yet to play full-season ball. RHP Jose Soriano (No. 7) had Tommy John surgery in the spring.


The Angels played it relatively straight, keeping most of their top prospects on their 60-man player pool while also placing a premium on players who are close to the majors and could help them in 2020. With pitchers Shohei Ohtani and Griffin Canning originally expected to miss the start of the season but now able to potentially be ready by Opening Day, the organization's pitching depth is less of a concern than it might otherwise have been.

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