LA Angels spring training guide: 5 prospects to keep an eye on

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With spring training set to begin on Wednesday, we will get a chance to see some of the Angels prospects competing for a spot on the Opening Day roster.

In this article, we will examine which of the young Halos players you will most likely see playing in Anaheim this season. Not everyone will make it right away, but these are the players that I feel are most likely to be in ‘The Show’ before everything is said and done in 2021.

The following Angels prospects could find themselves playing in Anaheim at some point this season.

This list could change before the season, as the Angels might not be done with making off-season moves.

Considering Angels general manager Perry Minasian has said he feels the team is in a ‘decent spot’, it appears the Halos are ready to open their spring camp with the current group of players. Still, showcasing this young talent in the next few weeks and throughout the regular season could drive up their trade value.

If the Angels are competing around the trade deadline, it could result in moving one or more of these young players to bring an impact player to help in a playoff race.

Still, that’s further down the road. The Angels were ranked with the 23rd best farm system in baseball by Keith Law of The Athletic (subscription required).

The raw talent is there, but their tools need many reps at higher-levels before they are ready for the big leagues.

Here is a list of the five prospects you will see in Anaheim in this season.