The end of spring training gives us one last chance to look back at what baseball's best prospects managed to do when they were given the task of competing against big leaguers in a very informal setting.
Rather than go through another list of 50 or 100 prospects, which would include multiple players from some teams and no one from others, we wanted to let you know how your favorite team's top prospect fared this spring.
As fun as it is talking about many of the prospects in the St. Louis, Texas and Minnesota farm systems, that doesn't necessarily provide you with a wide spectrum of what happened this spring.
So here is a final look at what the top prospect from all 30 teams managed to do in spring training, including stats and where they will begin the season.
Note: All stats courtesy of MLB.com unless otherwise noted. Top prospect reflects my rankings of a player within an organization. Some of these prospects did not play in MLB spring training games, so a longer scouting report will be written in those spots.