Aaron Sabato Among MLB's Best First Base Prospects


Highest Riser: wasn’t recruited or scouted as a high schooler in Connecticut, not really putting himself on the map until he set a freshman home run record for North Carolina in 2019. He was ranked No. 41 on our Draft Top 200, but the Minnesota Twins liked his power potential enough to take him in the first round of the 2020 Draft. (MLB.com)

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Aaron Sabato Among MLB's Best First Base Prospects


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