Over the last decade, the Milwaukee Brewers have become notorious for their surplus of power hitters in their minor league affiliates. A large reason for that distinction has come through the draft, where they've been able to develop a collection of current sluggers at the big league level.
But if you took a quick peek at the present state of their minor league partners, however, odds are you'd respectfully disagree.
With a farm system looking to reload at this June's draft, the Brewers have hardly any positional prospects who could push for a call-up in the immediate future, let alone any with exceptional power potential. However, there have been a few youngsters who've gotten off to a hot start this season, strutting their power as best they can.
Just who are these youngsters and what qualifies them as a "slugger"? Let's find out.
*All statistics through May 15, 2012