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
Gene J. Puskar
LHP Henry Owens (Red Sox) threw a rain-shortened, six-inning no-hitter last week in his season debut.

The 2014 Minor League Baseball season began last Thursday, and there already have been countless standout performances by top prospects across all four full-season levels.

For those familiar with our weekly hot/cold lists that appeared on Prospect Pipeline during the previous two seasons, you’ll be happy to know that we'll be doing the same thing this year. The series' first installment, where we looked at some early-season offensive performances, appeared Tuesday.

With most teams having played roughly five-to-seven games since Thursday, it’s important to acknowledge the role of small sample sizes when evaluating players’ statistics, especially when it comes to pitchers. That being said, it's still worth recognizing some of the young arms that have been on display early this season.

Here are the hottest and coldest pitchers at every minor league level to begin the 2014 season.

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