There is no offseason in Major League Baseball, especially for prospects making their way through the minors.
Even though most fans stopped paying attention to baseball after the Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series, there have been games happening on a near-daily basis for the last two months in winter leagues.
Things started with the Arizona Fall League in October and only recently concluded with various leagues in the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
With some of the top prospects in baseball participating in these winter leagues, it feels like an appropriate time to discuss the work they did over the last two months.
Our reports will focus on players who were listed on the main rosters for the teams, though not all of them played enough to qualify for batting or pitching titles because MLB clubs don't want to risk injuries.
Note: All stats courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted.