The coronavirus pandemic may have shortened the looks at Minor Leaguers this spring, but some Top-100 performers still were able to make impressions.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dylan Carlson (No. 17 overall) was called upon more than any other prospect in MLB.com’s Top 100 this spring, and St. Louis’ top prospect did not disappoint. He finished with a .313/.436/.469 slash line over 39 trips to the plate, scoring 11 times and driving in one run. He also drew a Top 100-best six walks while striking out just five times, and he logged three doubles and a triple. Carlson spent most of 2019 with Double-A Springfield, but saw some time with Triple-A Memphis, batting .292/.372/.542 with 26 homers, 95 runs and 68 RBIs.