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||Player||Team||Comments||Last Week's Rank|
Another solid week; still leads farm in total bases  and still ranks in top three in most categories [Runs, RBIs, AVG., SBs]
|2||Jake Cave||SWB||He's been better in Triple-A than Double-A; second only to Mateo in total bases , ranks fourth in hitting [.299], and fifth in RBIs ||3|
|3||Billy Fleming||TRE||Got promoted to Double-A after sizzling start; leads the farm in batting [.329] and tied for the lead in doubles , and ranks second in RBIs ||2|
|4||Miguel Andujar||TAM||Holding steady in the top five; ranks first in RBIs , second in home runs , and third in total bases ||4|
|5||Caleb Frare||TAM||Still hasn't given up an earned run yet; had his "worst" week last week, surrendering two hits in one appearance for the first time all season||6|
|6||Dietrich Enns||TAM||Very consistent so far; ranks second in ERA [1.74] and third in strikeouts ||5|
|7||Jordan Montgomery||TRE||Has been among the farm ERA leaders all season and now he's creeping up on the strikeout leaders too||12|
|8||Gary Sanchez||SWB||Another good week, ripping two more doubles and another home run; he's tied among the top two in both categories down on the farm||7|
|9||Chad Green||SWB||Roughed up in his big league start but he's been fantastic down on the farm, including his last start with Scranton [6 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 7 K's]; leads farm in ERA [1.47]||NR|
|10||Chance Adams||TAM||Don't look now but he hasn't allowed more than two earned runs in each of his last five starts||11|
|11||Giovanny Gallegos||TRE||Got demoted from Triple-A despite a scoreless outing in his lone appearance and then struck out five more in his first game back with Trenton||16|
|12||Aaron Judge||SWB||Not a great week with just two hits and two RBIs; still, he leads the farm in home runs  and tied for third in total bases , and ranks sixth in RBIs ||8|
|13||Chris Gittens||CHA||Coming on strong lately; nearly has better numbers than Judge across the board||14|
|14||Mark Montgomery||SWB||Quietly having superb season; still has more saves  than hits allowed  so far this season||20|
|15||Conor Mullee||SWB||Back in the minors where the numbers are pretty ridiculous, including a sub-1.00 WHIP [0.93]||NR|
|16||Ronald Herrera||TRE||Roughed up in last outing [3.1 IP, 8 H, 4 ER] but still ranks fifth in system ERA [3.47] and still leads the farm in strikeouts ||10|
|17||Jose Campos||TAM||Heating up; has allowed just two earned runs combined in last three starts and now ranks second in farm in strikeouts ||NR|
|18||Tyler Webb||SWB||Magician at it again as both the WHIP and ERA are hovering close to 1.00, and he's striking out a bunch of batters||NR|
|19||Thairo Estrada||TAM||Got promoted to Tampa with a solid start in Charleston; he's among the home runs leaders and ranks 8th in total bases ||NR|
|20||Abiatal Avelino||TAM||Blistering hot, hitting .441 in his last ten games, and now ranks 7th in total bases , and is among the doubles, walks, runs, and stolen base leaders||NR|
Others considered for the Top 20: Tyler Austin, Dustin Fowler, Ben Gamel, Hoy Jun Park, Michael O'Neill, Josh Rogers, Tyler Wade, and Zach Zehner.
Players on the DL considered for the Top 20: Brody Koerner and Mark Payton.