While the MLB season is heading down the home stretch, the minor league season has already crossed the finish line.
Four of the Nationals' six minor league affiliates made their respective playoffs, with three of these teams advancing to their league championship series and one of these teams winning their league title. All in all, it was a successful season for the Nationals' farm system.
But what about the individual prospects? How did they perform this season? And how do the individual performances of the 2013 minor league season affect the rankings of the Nationals' best prospects?
Here now is a ranking of the Washington Nationals' top 10 prospects after the 2013 minor league season. Each player is listed with the final level he completed during the 2013 minor league season, along with season statistics, a brief analysis and his estimated time of arrival in MLB.
Note: All statistics courtesy of MiLB.com unless noted otherwise.