While right-hander Kyle Crick isn't expected to fall out of the No. 1 spot as top prospect for the San Francisco Giants before his eventual arrival in the majors within the next year or two, there probably isn't much separation between the next five or six pitching prospects in the organization.
And none did much to stand out during week two of the minor league season, which is why there wasn't a lot of movement among the top 10 and why one "under the radar" prospect was able to make a big jump all the way to the No. 7 spot.
A former first-round pick who has fallen off the radar after a rough 2013 season has also made his way into the rankings and might not be far from the big leagues thanks to his early season surge.
Here's the updated list and a look at how each player has fared through the first two weeks of the 2014 MLB season.