The major league and minor league all-star games are in our rear-view mirror, and the first 15 weeks of the season are in the books.
Many experts have already reshuffled their top-prospect lists based on promotions and first-half performances.
Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com, recently reshuffled his own list of top prospects, and you won't find any major surprises. His top-10 list has remained relatively unchanged, with the major change coming at the No. 1 spot.
Here is baseball's stock report based on Mayo's top-seven MLB prospects.