One of the great disadvantages to playing professional baseball is that the structure of the season is such that a bad day can turn into a bad week very quickly, leading to inevitable questions about what's wrong with someone.
Minor leaguers are under an even more intense microscope because fans have heard and read so much about a lot of these players for so long that facing non-MLB competition is supposed to be a breeze.
Unfortunately baseball, regardless of the level, doesn't work like that. Hitters and pitchers have to adjust all the time, especially in the minors, so a slow start in the middle of April shouldn't be misconstrued as a sign of things to come.
Instead, for the 30 players on this particular list, take the critique of their early season performance as constructive criticism. All of the players have talent and will get better as the year moves along, but they just need time to get in the swing of things.
Here are the top prospects in each organization that are off to a bad start.
Note: All stats courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted.