Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Top 10 Prospects After April

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Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Top 10 Prospects After April
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How is baseball's top prospect faring after one month in Triple-A?

One month in a baseball season is just a mere blip on the radar in the grand scheme of things. It does, however, give us a least some semblance of a sample size by which we can properly judge where players stand. 

In the prospect world, you won't really find much of a change in the value or scouting report of a player after just one month. Unless there are just glaring weaknesses that stand out, or a notable adjustment leading to better success, minor leaguers are right where they should be at this moment. 

For the best of the best in the prospect world, there are so many eyes watching every little thing that you do. It is easy to panic because Jurickson Profar has a two-game stretch in which he doesn't get a hit, or Oscar Taveras only hits one home run in two weeks. 

Just remember that these players are elite talents for a reason and will make adjustments if they have to. 

Here is a look at the stock for the top 10 prospects in baseball (as ranked before the season), as well as a few notable names to keep an eye on at the end. 

Note: All stats courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted and are through games as of April 27. Prospect rankings are based on my own list. 

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