Making the jump from the minor leagues to the Majors isn’t easy, even for some of baseball’s top prospects. It’s not uncommon to see players take even a year or two before they really hit their stride.
What helps a lot of athletes, especially during times of transition, is routine. For Red Sox first baseman and top prospect Triston Casas though, that wasn’t entirely an option when he made his MLB debut in 2022. According to a new report by Chris Cotillo of MassLive, Casas’ pregame routine that he developed in the minors “ruffled feathers” of multiple ‘veteran players.”