Anthony Rendon is back in the big leagues.
The Washington Nationals' top prospect, according to MLB.com, was called up on June 5 to help provide a spark for the struggling Nationals. Washington is currently 31-32 and in second place in the NL East standings.
Besides Rendon, what other NL East prospects could have a similar impact on their respective clubs in the second half of the MLB season?
Here is a list of five NL East prospects—including Rendon—who can impact the second half of this season. The list includes one prospect from each team, listed with their position, name of their parent club and their rank in MLB.com's 2013 Prospect Watch.
Note: All statistics updated through June 11 courtesy of MLB.com unless noted otherwise.