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MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Pitchers at Every Minor League Level
Matt Slocum/Associated Press
Aaron Nola, drafted No. 7 overall in June by the Phillies, has looked strong at the start of his pro career.

Few things thrill fans like watching a homegrown talent toe the rubber for their favorite big league club and shut down the opposition.

But before they can dominate in front of tens of thousands of fans every fifth day, pitchers need to prove themselves in the minor leagues.

More than three months into the minor league season, pitchers at every level are opening eyes with their performances on the mound, some more so than others.

That said, here's a look at the hottest and coldest pitching prospects at each level of the minor leagues.

 

Statistics are accurate through July 7 and come from MLB.comMiLB.comBaseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs.com, except where otherwise noted.

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