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|
He's got a stranglehold on the top spot, leading the farm in hitting [.300], total bases , runs , and stolen bases , and ranking second in RBIs 
|2||Jake Cave||SWB||Only Mateo has more total bases [Cave has 97]; Cave leads the farm system in doubles , he's tied for sixth in runs scored  and he's just two home runs away from his career-high||2|
|3||Miguel Andujar||TAM||Non-noteworthy week, collecting no home runs nor RBIs and yet he still leads the farm in both categories||3|
|4||Deitrich Enns||TRE||Making a bid for the system pitching Triple Crown; ranks first in wins , tied for first in strikeouts , and ranks second in ERA [1.88]||6|
|5||Chance Adams||TAM||He's some kind of hot, posting a ridiculous 1.09 ERA in his last six starts; he's also now tied for the system lead in strikeouts  with Enns||8|
|6||Billy Fleming||TRE||Success at Double-A has been more difficult but he still ranks second in batting [.294], third in RBI , and fifth in total bases ||5|
|7||Chad Green||SWB||Has allowed two earned runs or less in all 11 Triple-A starts this year; still leads the farm in ERA [1.61]||7|
|8||Giovanny Gallegos||TRE||Another three scoreless innings this past week; he deserves another Triple-A shot as he's been too good for Double-A||10|
|9||Conor Mullee||SWB||On the subject of deserving another chance, Mullee should get another big league chance soon; his 1.01 ERA is better than most pitchers' WHIP ratios||11|
|10||Tyler Webb||SWB||His second career start went nearly as well as the first; his 1.61 ERA is very Chad Green-like but yet he's striking out better than a batter per inning pitched too||12|
|11||Jordan Montgomery||TRE||He's been more 'bend but don't break' than spectacular in his last few outings but yet still ranks seventh in ERA [2.96] and only Enns has more wins||9|
|12||Tyler Webb||SWB||Made his first career start this past week and was brilliant, striking out six in four scoreless innings; hopefully his new role sticks||16|
|13||Thairo Estrada||TAM||Not much has changed; he's still tied for third in home runs  and sixth in total bases , but yet his .293 average is good for third in the farm system||13|
|14||Jose Campos||TAM||Got the much deserved Double-A promotion and had a 'bend but don't break' debut; he's just one strikeout behind Adams and Enns for the system lead||14|
|15||Chris Gittens||CHA||Ranks second in doubles  and walks , and he's now tied with Estrada and the guy below for sixth in total bases ||17|
|16||Tyler Austin||SWB||Got promoted to Triple-A this past week after leading the farm in walks , hitting 5 home runs in his last 27 games, and now ranking third in RBIs ||18|
|17||Aaron Judge||SWB||Finally snapping out of his funk, collecting six hits in his last four games. His 'bad year' though still has him tied for fifth in total bases  so far||16|
|18||Daniel Camarena||TRE||Back home among the ERA leaders now that he has enough innings to qualify; has a 0.47 ERA in his last three starts and now ranks 4th in ERA down on the farm||NR|
|19||Daris Vargas||CHA||Allowed just one hit in his last start but walked four; still, he ranks third in the farm in ERA [2.23] on the strength of not allowing more than two earned runs in any of his five starts||19|
|20||Dustin Fowler||TRE||The overall numbers [.279, one home run] seem pretty pedestrian but yet he ranks third in doubles  and fourth in total bases  now||NR|
Others considered for the Top 20: Abiatal Avelino, Cody Carroll, Ben Gamel, Ronald Herrera, Hoy Jun Park, Mark Payton, Josh Rogers, Tyler Wade, and Zach Zehner.
Current players on the DL considered for the Top 20: Caleb Frare and Gary Sanchez.