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. And with the Short Season New York-Penn League set to begin Friday, we’ll soon have an entirely new crop of prospects to break down each week.
With teams having played around 60-plus games since Opening Day on April 3—most starting pitchers have made anywhere from 10 to 14 starts, while everyday players are nearing 250 plate appearances—we continue to distance ourselves from concerns related to small sample sizes.
As we did in the series’ 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.