**Note**: This list is not about who are the better players or prospects, but rather who is doing the best and making the most of their opportunities. Players like Brian Daubach, Ron Calloway, and Benji Gil do not qualify for our Prospect Power Rankings due to the amount of service time at the Major League level.

Rank |
Name |
Team |
Comments |
Last Week's Rank |

1 | Dante Brinkley | HAG | 3rd straight week in the top spot. Among organization leaders in HRs, SBs, RBI, AVG, and Runs. | 1 |

2 | Brett Harper | STL | Two home runs in last 3 games ties him for the Minor League lead with 15. Hitting .325 against righties. | 3 |

3 | Andrew Wilson | STL | Had 3 HRs & 6 RBI last week. He and Harper are still carrying St. Lucie offensively. | 4 |

4 | Mike Carp | HAG | 0 for his last 15 with 9 K's. Hasn't homered in last 10 games which is his longest drough in '05. | 3 |

5 | Grant Psomas | HAG | Had four more multi-hit games last week, giving him 16 on the year. His 15 doubles leads all Mets' prospects. | 8 |

6 | Jeff Keppinger | NOR | Struck out for just the 2nd time in May on Sunday. He's hitting .447 w/ runners in scoring position. | 9 |

7 | Brian Bannister | BIN | Bannister bounced back from 2 bad starts with seven shutout innings last week. Didn't walk a batter either. | 11 |

8 | Juan Padilla | NOR | Hasn't allowed a run or a walk in his last 5 appearances. Right-handed batters are hitting .133 against him. | 13 |

9 | Jose Sanchez | HAG | Good peripherals or not, 8-0 in 9 starts speak for itself. Had 2 scoreless outings last week. | 20 |

10 | Chase Lambin | BIN | Hit just .250 with 1 RBI last week. Still among leaders in system in home runs and doubles. | 7 |

11 | Carlos Gomez | HAG | Has hit safely in 8 of his last 9 games. On-base percentage very Jose Reyes-like. | 14 |

12 | Anderson Hernandez | BIN | Still red-hot. Hit .400 last week with 1 HR & 6 RBI. Has 14 extra-base hits this year & only 17 in all of 2003. | 21 |

13 | Greg Ramirez | STL | Had one of his worst weeks ever, going 0-2 with a 7.00 ERA. Overall numbers are still awfully good. | 5 |

14 | Derran Watts | HAG | Still has more RBI than games played this season despite having 0 RBI and no hits last week. | 6 |

15 | Kevin Deaton | BIN | Hard to penalize a guy for getting injured, but frankly, his numbers are still right up there with the rest. | 15 |

16 | Eddie Camacho | STL | Gave up more than one run in a game for the first time in his career last week. Amazing! | 10 |

17 | Gaby Hernandez | HAG | Arguably had his best outing of the season last week. Opposing batters are hitting .193 off of him. | 30 |

18 | Yusmeiro Petit | BIN | Sure just got his first win of the season, but his second numbers are tremendous, including 8-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio. | NR |

19 | Jason Scobie | NOR | 5-1 with 2.86 ERA is nice, but 2 or more walks in 6 of 8 starts is not. 1-1 in last 4 starts after 4-0 start. | 12 |

20 | Vincent Cordova | STL | Had one bad start and one good one last week. Hasn't walked a batter in his last three starts. | 18 |

21 | Mike Jacobs | BIN | As consistent as they come, he hasn't hit below .250 or above .295 since the first week of the season. | 17 |

22 | Corey Ragsdale | STL | The career .193 hitter hasn't hit under .200 since the second game of the season. | 24 |

23 | Aarom Baldiris | BIN | Had 18 doubles all of last year and already has 11 this season. Hit .423 last week. | NR |

24 | Tim Worthington | HAG | Like Jose Sanchez, Worthington's overall numbers (1-0, 0.83 ERA) are better than his peripherals. | 26 |

25 | Chuck Smith | STL | Has been roughed up out of the pen with St. Lucie, but hasn't given up a run in his two starts. | 25 |

26 | Evan MacLane | STL | Had his first scoreless appearance since his first start of the season. Holding righties to a .214 average. | 27 |

27 | Prentice Redman | BIN | Has a 7-game hit streak going but has just two extra-base hits in his last 9 games. | 22 |

28 | Bryan Edwards | BIN | Has put together 5 straight scoreless appearances but his walks are concerning. | NR |

29 | Lastings Milledge | STL | Hit .444 last week but has as many caught stealings (8) as he does extra-base hits this season. | NR |

30 | Tim Lavigne | NOR | Quite hittable the last two seasons, opposing batters are hitting just .148 against him in 2005. | NR |

**Players Dropping Out of Last Week's Rankings**: Royce Ring (16), Jeff Landing (18), Anderson Garcia (23), Armand Gaerlan (28), and Blake Eager (29).