4 Brewers prospects already off to hot starts in 2024

These guys have been boosting their prospect stocks already this season
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We're a few weeks into the minor league baseball season and already we're seeing prospects put themselves on the map with their performances. The Brewers have one of the best farm systems in the league filled with intriguing talent.

A hot start to the year can set a player up for a great rest of the season, but also promotions to higher levels of the minor leagues as these guys try to move up the ladder and make their way to the big leagues. While we generally don't see mid-season promotions until at least a month into the season, we're rapidly approaching that mark and if some of these players keep up these hot stretches, they could find themselves moving up soon.

While we're not trying to predict who will move up, these four Brewers prospects are playing some really good baseball right now.

Carolina Mudcats - Tayden Hall

We'll start in Low-A with the Carolina Mudcats where catcher Tayden Hall has been off to a blistering start in 2024. Through his first 21 games, Hall is hitting .400/.513/.554 with six doubles, two triples, and 15 walks to just 13 strikeouts.

Hall was a 9th round pick back in 2022 out of the State College of Florida - Manatee-Sarasota. He has experience at catcher, first base, and left field but he's spent all of his time defensively this year at first base. The lefty-swinging Hall is a well built 6'2" and 215 lbs, which profiles well at the position.

While the power has been slow to develop for Hall, with zero home runs in his minor league career to this point, there is a belief that more power is coming. He'll need it to arrive eventually, especially to stick at first base, a traditional power position. Still, hitting .400 with more walks than strikeouts and getting on base more than half the time is going to get you in the lineup no matter what your position is.

Keep an eye on Tayden Hall and if some more power develops, watch out because he could rise up prospect ranks very quickly.