To varying degrees, each MLB team is eager to see its top hitting prospect blossom into a contributor at the highest level. These power rankings arrange them by overall potential and likelihood of succeeding in the majors.
A handful of individuals listed have major league experience already, though none have lost rookie eligibility yet. Once they reach 130 at-bats in a single season or 50 consecutive days on the active roster, they'll be replaced.
Prospects performing well in the high minors at relatively young ages occupy most of the top spots.
*All stats are accurate through the games of May 27, courtesy of MiLB.com and Baseball-Reference.com.