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MLB Prospect Guide Prospect Performance Watch 4-13-12

Here are the top 10 hitters and pitchers at each level so far in the season.

AAA Hitters

Mike Trout Angels  AAA
Roger Kieschnick Giants  AAA
Carlos Peguero Mariners  AAA
Bryce Harper Nationals  AAA
Scott Van Slyke Dodgers  AAA
Derek Norris Athletics  AAA
Adrian Cardenas Cubs  AAA
Leonys Martin Rangers  AAA
Lonnie Chisenhall Indians  AAA
Anthony Rizzo Cubs  AAA


AAA Pitchers

Martin Perez Rangers  AAA
Casey Kelly Padres  AAA
Brad Hand Marlins  AAA
Alex Sanabia Marlins  AAA
Wily Peralta Brewers  AAA
Jeurys Familia Mets  AAA
Christian Friedrich Rockies  AAA
Joe Wieland Padres  AAA
Jordan Lyles Astros  AAA
Alex Cobb Rays  AAA


AA Hitters

Manny Machado Orioles 
Kolten Wong Cardinals 
Nolan Arenado Rockies 
Matt Davidson Diamondbacks 
Austin Wates Astros 
Jefry Marte Mets 
Nick Franklin Mariners 
David Nick Diamondbacks 
Jake Smolinski Marlins 
Francisco Martinez Mariners 


AA Pitchers

Trevor Bauer Diamondbacks 
Zeke Spruill Braves 
Nicholas Struck Cubs 
Andrew Hutchison Blue Jays 
James Paxton Mariners 
Taijuan Walker Mariners 
Tyler Skaggs Diamondbacks 
Justin Grimm Rangers 
A.J. Griffin Athletics 
Jonathan Pettibone Phillies 


HiA Hitters

Brad Miller Mariners  A+
Jack Marder Mariners  A+
Telvin Nash Astros  A+
Tyler Collins Tigers  A+
Joe Panik Giants  A+
John Hicks Mariners  A+
Julio Morban Mariners  A+
Jacob Realmuto Marlins  A+
Arismendy Alcantara Cubs  A+
Daniel Santana Twins  A+


HiA Pitchers

David Holmberg Diamondbacks  A+
Zach Lee Dodgers  A+
Alex Burgos Tigers  A+
Donn Roach Angels  A+
Clayton Cook Indians  A+
Tyler Matzek Rockies  A+
Roman Mendez Rangers  A+
Ruben Alaniz Astros  A+
Adam Morgan Phillies  A+
John Stilson Blue Jays  A+


Low A Hitters

Alen Hanson Pirates  A
Jorge Bonifacio Royals  A
Jordan Scott Astros  A
Francisco Lindor Indians  A
Christopher Grayson Rangers  A
Jose Vinicio Red Sox  A
David Renfroe Red Sox  A
Brian Goodwin Nationals  A
Chevy Clarke Angels  A
Austin Hedges Padres  A


Low A Pitchers

Jose Campos Yankees  A
Archie Bradley Diamondbacks  A
Dylan Bundy Orioles  A
Felix Sterling Indians  A
Luke Jackson Rangers  A
Austin Wood Angels  A
Jose Fernandez Marlins  A
Luis Diaz Red Sox  A
Clayton Blackburn Giants  A
Noah Syndergaard Blue Jays  A

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