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MLB Prospects Update: Hottest, Coldest Players at Each Minor League Level
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As we close in on the end of the minor league season, fans and teams alike have their eyes pointed at the highest levels of the farm system wondering which players might be making an appearance in the big leagues when rosters expand in September.

To be sure, there's no shortage of candidates, with a large number of prospects hitting their stride. Some of those prospects are of the highly touted variety like Philadelphia's Maikel Franco, who is raking at Triple-A, or hurlers such as Los Angeles' Julio Urias and Pittsburgh's Tyler Glasnow, who are making batters look foolish at High-A.

You won't find them on this list (under the "hottest" category, at least), as I've decided to focus on some lesser-known names that are deserving of attention. With the good comes the bad, of course, and there are plenty of players whose performances have left much to be desired.

With that in mind, let's take a look at the hottest and coldest players from each minor league level.

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