At this time last year, Andrelton Simmons was a highly touted prospect in the Atlanta Braves' organization.
A year later he has established himself as the starting shortstop and coming off his first career multi-home run game on Monday night.
Simmons is just one example of the youth movement the Braves have used in recent years.
More often that not, general manager Frank Wren will opt to go with the young, cheap player over a pricey veteran.
Even though the Braves have a young roster in 2013, the cupboard is not bare in the minors.
Here's a look at some of the prospects who could blossom into stars in the future.