Pittsburgh Pirates: 3 Prospects Who Should Start 2022 at Greensboro

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BOSTON, MA – JUNE 12: Ben Cherington, general manager of the Boston Red Sox, leaves the field before a game with the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park on June 12, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) /

The Pittsburgh Pirates High-A Affiliate at Greensboro has a strong roster, but could get even stronger with these three prospects pushing for a promotion in 2022.

A few weeks ago, I previewed some players who could start the 2022 season at Pittsburgh Pirates Double-A affiliate, going over how good the roster could be to start 2022. There are plenty of players at High-A Greensboro that will make their Double-A debut over the course of this final month as well as April next season. The likes of Nick Gonzales, Lolo Sanchez, and Carmen Mlodzinski are three very notable players that should be Curve players.

But the Pirates have a ton of players in the low minors who should take their places at High-A Greensboro. Despite the amount of talent moving up the system, Greensboro’s roster will still be fantastic and full of young players.

With that, I think it’s clear that the influx of new players at Greensboro in 2022 will be exciting to watch. While there are many that could take roster spots, I wanted to highlight three. These three have done outstanding at Low-A Bradenton.