Name (Previous Rank)
|1||Tim Lincecum (1)||He allowed a run without allowing a hit, but more than doubling his walk total on the season in one start is a bit troubling... but not too much.|
|2||Adam Cowart (3)||Then again, Cowart also doubled his walk total in his fifth start of the year. He walked his second batter of the year.|
|3||Kevin Frandsen (4)||Frandsen remains one of Fresno's hottest hitters, and inside talk about his return to the majors is heating up.|
|4||Dan Ortmeier (5)||Ortmeier has been outshined at times, but he's been consistent in all areas so far.|
|5||Brian Bocock (NR)||Bocock fell off the list after going hitless in four games, but he's back to hitting and stealing bases like no other.|
|6||Antoan Richardson (6)||Richardson hasn't been as hot as he was last week, but his emergence couldn't have come at a better time for San Jose.|
|7||Ben Snyder (9)||He's not as flashy as others, but he's been spectacular for Augusta this spring.|
|8||Eddy Martinez-Esteve (NR)||Martinez-Esteve started off slow, but he has been continually heating up this season, including amassing nine hits in a five-game hitting streak this week.|
|9||Kevin Pucetas (NR)||Pucetas has been yet another part of Augusta's dominant pitching, and shouldn't be overlooked. He has less walks than Cowart right now!|
|10||Nate Schierholtz (8)||Schierholtz has started to heat back up recently, but he's getting stronger competition right now in the list.|
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