The minor league season is now in full swing and countless prospects are making strong impressions, for one reason or another, at each of the four full-season levels.
With most teams having played roughly 15-plus games since Opening Day (April 4), it’s important to acknowledge the role of small sample sizes when evaluating a player's success using statistics. However, it's impossible to ignore there’s still a large contingent of young hitters that have either opened the season on a tear or struggled to get things going at the dish.
Here are at the hottest and coldest hitters at every minor league level three weeks into the 2014 season.
*All stats courtesy of MiLB.com and reflect games through Monday, April 21.