Monday, July 26, 2021

Top 10 Washington Nationals Prospects

Our journey to the 2021 season is officially underway, and here are the top 10 Washington Nationals prospects from Baseball America.

Well, as we head into the final month of 2020, let’s turn the page on 2020 and look ahead to 2021.

The people at Baseball America have released their top ten Washington Nationals prospects. At the end of the article, we share our thoughts on the list.

#10 – Wil Crowe | RHP 
Born: September 9, 1994
Drafted: 2017
Baseball America’s Scouting Report: Crowe didn’t trust his stuff in his first major league outings, but the Nationals believe he has a future as a possible No. 5 starter or relief option. Crowe’s fastball sits at 91-93 mph and touches 95. He can spin an average slider and curveball and shows the makings of a changeup with average potential, as well. Crowe’s stuff is average, but he’s a tough competitor who has better command than he showed in his major league debut. He fell into too many deep counts and nibbled too much in his first taste of major league play. 

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