Washington Nationals Prospect Report
The Washington Nationals farm system has been down from a team perspective this season, but they still have solid players. Washington doesn't have to worry so much now because their MLB team is good.
Victor Robles is ranked first on the Nationals top 30 prospects list. He is an outfielder and is projected to reach the majors next season. His batting average is. 285 with 9 homeruns and 43 RBI's, along with 21 stolen bases.
Juan Soto is ranked second on the Nationals top 30 prospects list. He is also an outfielder and is projected to reach the majors in 2019. Soto has been hurt for most of the season. He has only played in 28 games. His batting average is. 323 with 3 homeruns and 14 RBI 's, along with one stolen base.
Erick Fedde is ranked third on Washington's prospects list. He is a right handed pitcher. Fedde is projected to reach the majors sometime next year. His record is 4 -5 with a 3.63 ERA. In 84.1 innings, he has walked 22 batters and struck out 74.
Prospects like left handed pitcher Seth Romero (#5 on Nationals prospects list), shortstop and third baseman Yasel Antuna (# 8 on Nationals prospects list ), shortstop and second baseman Luis Garcia (# 9 on Nationals prospects list), and outfielder Daniel Johnson (#10 on Nationals prospects list), won't reach the majors until 2019 or later.
For more information on Washington's top 30 prospects list, visit MLB.com and click on players and top prospects.