As hard as it is to imagine, the first full month of the minor league baseball season is in the books. And while much baseball has yet to be played, we can already start to gauge the stock of many of the game's top young prospects.
In February, we went ahead and ranked the top 20 prospects in the National League Central division. With May already here, how have many of those prospects performed and which youngsters who didn't manage to crack our preseason list have impressed and disappointed thus far?
Let's find out.