It's been four weeks since our last installment, and plenty of changes have occurred since then.
There is a new but familiar face as the No. 1 prospect in the Miami Marlins' farm system, as well as four new entries in the top 10 after a couple of prospects became eligible for the National League Rookie of the Year.
As for readers who may have read the re-ranking of the organization's top 15 prospects, this version will not include any of the players drafted this past weekend since none have signed a contract to join the organization yet. So that means no Colin Moran, Matt Krook, Trevor Williams and Colby Suggs.
But without further ado, in ascending order, here's the latest stock report for the Marlins' top 10 prospects.