With the minor league season complete, it’s time to take a look back at the performances in the Atlanta Braves system this year.
With the major league club reaching success, many Atlanta Braves fans have shifted their focus from the intense scrutiny of the minor league system that was the norm for the last few seasons to a more concerted cheering for the big league squad – and that’s expected. However, there were some very notable things to happen in the minor league system this year, so it’s definitely worthwhile to review all that happened!
This will part of our positional reviews here at Tomahawk Take. We will begin with catcher and work our way through the infield, outfield, right-handed starters, left-handed starter, and relievers. Finally, we will announce our Tomahawk Take 2018 Atlanta Braves organizational team of the year and team awards. That will all lead up to the top 100 prospect list that will once again appear on this page after a year’s hiatus while our Benjamin Chase was working with other sites (though he did produce a top 100 last season, just not with TT!).
We’ll then push into our awards for the season in the minor leagues, finishing with the start of our Braves top 100 on October 15th! So, let’s take a look at the outfielders in the Atlanta Braves system…
The Atlanta Braves have put together some incredible arms in their farm system, both starters and relievers. They currently have a host of power arms from the right side with a chance to be major league relievers down the road. Along with the starters who move to the bullpen, there should be plenty of arms for the Braves to choose from over the next few seasons to fill out the bullpen.
We’ll go through the deep group of relievers one-by-one here, but warning, this is going to be extensive!!
Let’s dig deeper into those players!