**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 | Peter O'Brien | TRE | Has 20 home runs already, eight more than the next guy; had 22 all of last season | 1 |

2 | Kyle Roller | SWB | Leads farm system in batting [.346], 25 points ahead of the next guy, and ranks second in home runs with 12 | 3 |

3 | Rob Refsnyder | TRE | Won Eastern League Hitter of the Week last week with a .500 average; has 10 multi-hit games in last 13 games and leads farm system in doubles [16] | 12 |

4 | Aaron Judge | CHA | Currently has a 6-game hit streak going; ranks second in batting [.321], first in walks [31], and has homered in three straight games | 10 |

5 | Daniel Camarena | TAM | His streak is now at 9 starts of allowing two earned runs or less; batters are hitting .197 with RISP off of him | 7 |

6 | Pat Venditte | SWB | Has a combined 0.61 ERA, a 0.71 WHIP, and 36 K's in 29.2 innings | 9 |

7 | Luis Severino | CHA | One freaky inning has marred an otherwise dominant season so far; bounced back with 6 shutout innings of 2-hit ball in last outing | 13 |

8 | Nick Rumbelow | TAM | Has a combined 1.50 ERA and 29 K's in 19 innings at two A-ball levels so far | 4 |

9 | Caleb Smith | CHA | Had his worst outing of the season last week, giving up six earned runs in a little more than four innings | 2 |

10 | Brady Lail | CHA | Had his consecutive win streak snapped at six but still leads the farm system in strikeouts [60] | 6 |

11 | Ramon Flores | SWB | Tied for first in doubles [16] and ranked second in walks [29] before landing on the DL recently | 15 |

12 | Dante Bichette Jr. | TAM | There's been some ebbs and flows, but overall has been consistent this season; still ranks second in doubles [14] and is tied for fourth in walks [27] | 17 |

13 | Danny Burawa | SWB | Has given up earned runs in consecutive appearances for the first time since July of last year; the whole body of work is still very impressive though | 5 |

14 | Jose Pirela | SWB | Batting .374 over his last 28 games with an OPS hovering around 1.000; the scary part is he usually heats up in June | NR |

15 | Jake Cave | TAM | Cooled off this past week but still leads the farm system with 72 hits this season | 8 |

16 | Mike Ford | CHA | Just 5 for 26 since his 4-HR game in Hickory, but is still tied for 4th in home runs, ranks third in walks, and remains in the top ten in hitting | 11 |

17 | Branden Pinder | SWB | On the DL currently but his overall numbers still remain among the best in the farm system | 14 |

18 | Jairo Heredia | SWB | Promoted to Triple-A and remains a consistent force out of the bullpen | 16 |

19 | Tyler Webb | TRE | Quietly having a superb first full season, posting a combined 3.18 ERA with 37 K's in 28.1 innings so far | NR |

20 | Jaron Long | CHA | This undrafted gem actually leads the farm system in ERA [1.64] and won South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week honors last week | NR |