The San Francisco Giants are in first place in the NL West after winning four consecutive games, which takes the sting away from a disappointing week down on the farm in which the team's four full-season teams combined to go 10-17.
While wins and losses don't begin to tell the entire story of how much talent an organization has in the minors, there also weren't many great performances from Giants prospects. This is not out of the ordinary, however, from a farm system that still isn't very deep.
As a result, there wasn't much movement in the rankings, while only one new player, last year's third-round draft pick, Chase Johnson, made the jump into the top 10 for the first time.
Here's the updated list and a look at how each player has fared through the first four weeks of the 2014 MLB season.