Each MLB Team's Biggest Sleeper Prospect for 2013

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Each MLB Team's Biggest Sleeper Prospect for 2013
John Hicks, c (Mariners): Hicks batted .312/.351/.472 with 49 extra-base hits and 22 stolen bases last season in his full-season debut at High-A High Desert // Photo courtesy of MiLB.com

Every prospect hound takes immense pride in identifying sleeper prospects—it’s just what we do. Luckily, due to the extensive nature of the amateur draft, there’s a countless supply of new, lower-level talent to evaluate each year.

A prospect typically gains “sleeper” status because the start of their career has been slowed by injury, which, in turn, has delayed their overall ascension; or they are a younger player with untapped potential and a lack of professional experience.

Here’s a look at each organization’s biggest sleeper prospect headed into the 2013 season.

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