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C: Josmil Pinto, Minnesota Twins
Although old for the league, the 23-year-old finally broke out at the plate by batting .295/.361/.473 with 36 extra-base hits.
1B: Travis Shaw, Boston Red Sox
The left-handed hitter amassed 50 extra-base hits and 73 RBI.
2B: C.J. Retherford, Los Angeles Dodgers
After bouncing between organizations, Retherford was clearly comfortable this season at High-A, as he batted .343/.388/.633 with 20 home runs and 72 RBI.
3B: Kaleb Cowart, Los Angeles Angels
Cowart went from a fringe prospect to a top-50 candidate this season at High-A, as the 20-year-old batted .259/.366/.426 with 26 extra-base hits, 49 RBI and 45 RBI in 69 games.
SS: Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds
The new professional stolen base record holder, Hamilton batted .323/.413/.439 with 28 extra-base hits, 50 walks and 104 stolen bases.
OF: Christian Yelich, Miami Marlins
One of the top hitters in the minors, the 20-year-old left-handed hitter batted .330/.404/.519 with 46 extra-base hits and 20 stolen bases.
OF: Jackie Bradley, Boston Red Sox
Bradley demonstrated both a hit tool and plate discipline beyond his years by batting .357/.470/.523 with 26 doubles, 15 stolen bases, 52 walks and 40 strikeouts.
OF: Kyle Parker, Colorado Rockies
The former Clemson quarterback came into his own for High-A Modesto, batting .308/.415/.562 with 23 home runs and 66 walks.
DH: C.J. Cron, Los Angeles Angels
Cron was one of the more productive hitters in the minors this season, highlighted by an .843 OPS, 27 home runs and 123 RBI.
DH: Miles Head, Oakland Atheltics
Not included in nearly every preseason prospect rankings, Head was impressive at the plate, as he batted .382/.433/.715 with 23 doubles, 18 home runs and 56 RBI.
SP: Cody Buckel, Texas Rangers
As a 20-year-old at High-A Myrtle Beach, the undersized right-hander was 5-3 with a 1.31 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, .183 BAA, 98 strikeouts and 28 walks in 76 innings.
SP: Adam Morgan, Philadelphia Phillies
The left-hander put himself on everyone’s radar this season with a 3.29 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, .224 BAA, 140 strikeouts and 28 walks in 123 innings.
RP: Mark Montgomery, New York Yankees
With a plus fastball-slider combo good enough to even get big leaguers out, Montgomery recorded 14 saves and posted a 1.34 ERA, 0.97 WHIP, 1.63 BAA with 61 strikeouts and 16 walks.