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

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MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Pitchers at Every Minor League Level
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RHP Jake Odorizzi (Rays) struck out nine batters over seven one-hit innings in the first round of the International League (Triple-A) playoffs.

The Minor League Baseball season is almost over.

For those prospects in the complex and rookie leagues, the season actually has been over for about a week. Meanwhile, the postseason schedules for the Short Season, Low- and High-A leagues have either already concluded or are entering the final round.

As for the Double- and Triple-A levels, well, each league’s respective championship round is set to unfold over the upcoming week and will inevitably feature standout performances from some of the game’s best young talent.

So, with an emphasis on prospects who took the bump during the minor league playoffs, here’s a look at the hottest and coldest pitching prospects at every level.

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