Goodbye Jason Heyward, Ike Davis and Gaby Sanchez.
Hello Domonic Brown, Craig Kimbrel and Jenrry Mejia!
The names may have changed, but there is no doubting that the 2011 N.L. rookie crop is just as good, if not better, than the 2010 version.
And there's even more talent waiting in the wings in Double and Single-A, just a few years of seasoning away from making a Major League impact.
The National League East has some of the best prospect talent of any division in baseball, and it is likely second to the American League East when it comes to elite talent.
Pitchers Julio Teheran, Matt Harvey, Brody Colvin, Jarred Cosart, Chad James, Randall Delgado and Arodys Vizcaino each have front-of-the-rotation stuff.
And there are at least two potential future closers in Craig Kimbrel and Jenrry Mejia.
The position talent is no slouch either. Future All-Stars litter the top 25 list of division prospects, including 2010 No. 1-overall pick Bryce Harper, as well as Matt Dominguez, Christian Yelich, Matt Lipka, Freddie Freeman, Wilmer Flores, Jonathan Singleton and Derek Norris.
And don't forget the National League favorite for Rookie of the Year, Dom Brown.
So no we have arrived at the 2011 preseason National League East top 25 prospects.