**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.

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

1 | Robert Parnell | BKN | "Down" week saw him post a 1.80 ERA in 2 starts last week. Lefties are hitting just .091 against the right-hander this year. | 2 |

2 | Jonathan Castillo | KIN | Five more scoreless innings last week brings his Appalachian League leading ERA down to 1.00! | 3 |

3 | Nick Evans | KIN | Hit just .260 last week with 1 RBI, but his 8 HRs & 37 RBI are still tops among short-season prospects. | 1 |

4 | Emmanuel Garcia | GCL | Hit just .318 last week with 5 RBI and 2 stolen bases. He's hitting .381 with runners in scoring position. | 5 |

5 | Caleb Stewart | BKN | 2nd among short-season prospects with 21 walks and he leads Cyclones in runs scored and RBI. | 7 |

6 | Junior Contreras | GCL | Only saw action in 3 games last week but still hit .333 with 1 HR & 2 RBI. | 4 |

7 | Joseph Holden | BKN | Saw his 12-game hit streak snapped on Sunday. He hit .370 last week with 3 more stolen bases. | 8 |

8 | Robert Manuel | GCL | Posted a 2.70 ERA in his worst outing of the year last week, winning his 6th straight decision. | 9 |

9 | Robert Paulk | BKN | He didn't pitch at all last week and obviously is too good to be in the NY-Penn League for long. | 6 |

10 | Waner Mateo | BKN | Lowered his ERA to 1.87 with the Cyclones despite a season-high 4 walks in his last outing. | 10 |

11 | Grady Hinchman | GCL | Struck out 7 more batters last week in 4.2 scoreless innings of relief. Opponents hitting just .211 off of him | 14 |

12 | Matthew Anderson | KIN | Had one HR and 7 RBI last week, but hit just .227. He has 2 grand slams already this season. | 11 |

13 | Sean Henry | KIN | Had one HR & 5 RBI last week, finally catching up to Evans' RBI total from Kingsport. | 12 |

14 | Josuha Petersen | BKN | Hit .333 last week with 6 RBI. His 11 doubles is 2nd to Evans among all short-season prospects | NR |

15 | Jonathan Malo | BKN | Sure he's only hitting .223, but his 28 walks gives him a .396 on-base percentage. Imagine what that'll be when he starts hitting! | NR |

**Dropping Out Of Last Week's Top 15**: Jonel Pacheco (13).

**Players Considered For This Week's Top 15**: Jeff Landing (Brooklyn), Kyle Brown (Brooklyn), Aristides Almenar (Brooklyn), Greg Gonzalez (Kingsport), Cory Wells (Kingsport), German Marte (Kingsport), Jorge Figueroa (GCL), Jose Mateo (GCL), and Brahiam Maldonado (GCL).