MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Hitters at Every Minor League Level

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MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Hitters at Every Minor League Level
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20-year-old Miguel Sano has four home runs in his last five games for Double-A New Britain.

Assigned to High-A Fort Myers to begin the 2013 season, Miguel Sano took the Florida State League by storm, batting .330/.424/.655 with 16 home runs through 56 games. And as a result of his outstanding performance, the Minnesota Twins promoted their 20-year-old slugger to Double-A New Britain in early June.

Success didn’t come as easily for Sano in the Eastern League. Although his power translated at the more advanced level, he batted only .195 with 29 strikeouts through his first 26 games. Since then, however, the third baseman has seemingly found his groove at the dish. More specifically, Sano has been on an absolute tear over his last six games, batting .429 (9-for-21) with two doubles, four home runs, 10 RBI and 6/5 K/BB.

Here’s an updated look at the rest of the hottest and coldest hitters at every minor league level.

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