MLB Prospects 2012: Each Team's Most Improved Prospect

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MLB Prospects 2012: Each Team's Most Improved Prospect
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When MLB general managers and scouts implement plans to draft players out of high school and college, they formulate plans for each drafted player, outlining strengths, weaknesses and different facets of each drafted player’s game that need to be worked on in order for that player to develop into a possible major league performer.

Each player has unique skills; therefore, each player has a different timetable set in order to maximize his abilities to the fullest.

Some drafted players quickly ascend the ladder through the minors, while others take years to develop but make an impact later in their careers.

Bleacher Report will take a look at each team’s minor league system and determine which player seemed to improve the most through the 2011 season.

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