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|
Getting close to his innings limit, the best pitcher down on the farm just tossed four no-hit shutout innings in his last outing.
|2||Kyle Higashioka||SWB||Only had four hits last week but one of them left the yard; currently ranks second in home runs  and top five in batting [.294]||2|
|3||Dietrich Enns||SWB||Like Adams, Enns is reaching his innings limit; he went 22 straight starts allowing two earned runs or less before making his first relief appearance his last time out||3|
|4||Dustin Fowler||TRE||Hitting .333 in his last 37 games with twice as many home runs as he had in his previous 84 games||4|
|5||Jordan Montgomery||SWB||Triple-A is supposed to be harder than Double-A, right? 'Monty' had his third straight Scranton start not allowing an earned run||6|
|6||Gleyber Torres||TAM||Still adjusting to the Florida State League & the Yankees, this one is more about his overall season; he's the only who ranks in the Top 7 in total bases, runs, doubles, home runs, walks, and stolen bases||5|
|7||Nestor Cortes||TAM||He made it two straight really good starts striking out nine batters in his last outing; leads the farm in ERA [1.51] and WHIP [0.80]||7|
|8||Jonathan Holder||SWB||Still hasn't walked a batter in Triple-A yet; in fact, he last walked a batter on July 7th!||11|
|9||Clint Frazier||SWB||Triple-A continues to be an adjustment but he did go deep this past week and he still ranks third in overall total bases in 2016||9|
|10||Miguel Andujar||TRE||Starting to show signs of getting out of his funk; had his modest five-game hit streak snapped on Wednesday||8|
|11||Ben Gamel||SWB||Leading hitter is only getting hotter, upping his average a full eight points with his current 13-game hit streak||12|
|12||James Reeves||TAM||Showing signs of being mortal, posting a 9.00 ERA in his last three outings; still ranks fourth overall in starter ERA||10|
|13||Josh Rogers||TAM||Does what he does, now has a 14-start streak allowing two earned runs or less; he's been very consistent in 2016||13|
|14||Jorge Mateo||TAM||Playing like a top prospect again, hitting .306 in his last 20 games with nearly an .800 OPS||20|
|15||Jake Cave||SWB||Like Andujar, Cave is showing signs of getting out his funk too; hitting .357 in his last ten games||15|
|16||Chris Gittens||CHA||Had a two-home run game this past week and now leads the farm with 21. A doubles leader too, the fact that there are 7 batters with more total bases shows his sink-or-swim production in 2016||17|
|17||Abiatal Avelino||TRE||Anyone notice the doubles production spike in Double-A? He's now among the doubles  leaders down on the farm||18|
|18||Thairo Estrada||TAM||Quietly having one of the more solid seasons; forget he has nearly as many home runs  as Jhalan Jackson , like Mateo he's ending the season on a high note [.308 in his last 19 games]||NR|
|19||Yefrey Ramirez||TAM||Going in the opposite direction, Ramirez is cooling off at the wrong time, posting a 7.00-plus ERA in his last games||16|
|20||Giovanny Gallegos||SWB||Playing second fiddle to Holder all season long in the bullpen but the numbers are nearly as strong||19|
Others considered for the Top 20: Domingo Acevedo [DL], J.P. Feyereise, Billy Fleming [DL], Domingo German [DL], Jeff Hendrix,Travis Hissong, Christian Morris, Hoy Jun Park, Mark Payton, Donovan Solano [at 28 a little too old to be considered a prospect], Tyler Wade, and Zach Zehner.