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Breaking down what LA Angels prospects you could see in Anaheim in 2019

By David Rice
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - JULY 08: Salt Lake Bees catcher John Hester talks with baseball legend Dale Murphy during a stop of the 2014 Mobil Super "Go The Distance" Baseball Tour on July 8, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Fred Hayes/Getty Images for Mobil Super)
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - JULY 08: Salt Lake Bees catcher John Hester talks with baseball legend Dale Murphy during a stop of the 2014 Mobil Super "Go The Distance" Baseball Tour on July 8, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Fred Hayes/Getty Images for Mobil Super) /
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With most everyone talking about what the LA Angels need to do this off-season to improve the team, let’s look at some internal option that could make a difference in 2019.

The LA Angels farm system that was ranked at the bottom in baseball only three years ago has seen a meteoric rise from 29th or 30th overall to 10th overall now.  The 2017 Amateur Draft really helped this rise as the first two picks Jo Adell and Griffin Canning have skyrocketed to Double and Triple-A in only one season.

The Angels have many needs for the 2019 season which general manager Billy Eppler is furiously trying to fill this off-season, but he may need to look no further than down on the farm as the Angels have multiple prospects that could be ready to make the jump to the majors this season with some even winning roster spots out of Soring Training.

Let’s take a look at the potential prospects that could be making their debut in Anaheim before this season is finished and if the Angels are hit by injuries (hopefully not) some of these prospect could get their chance to show what they can do even sooner than expected.

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