MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Players at Each Minor League Level

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MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Players at Each Minor League Level
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While another Astros' No. 1 overall pick is among the coldest prospects, 2012 top choice Carlos Correa has been the opposite of late.

We’re now well into the minor league season, and countless prospects continue to open eyes with their performances at each of the four full-season levels.

With teams having played in the neighborhood of 50 games since Opening Day on April 3—most starting pitchers have made about a dozen starts, while hitters are within range of 200 plate appearances by now—small sample sizes are no longer quite so small.

As we've done in previous installments, this week’s list of players once again combines reports on both hitters and pitchers in the same article.

Here are the hottest and coldest players at every minor league level.

 

Statistics are accurate through June 3 and courtesy of Baseball-Reference, FanGraphs and MiLB.com, unless otherwise noted.

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