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|
Promoted already to high-A Tampa. Edges out Adams for top spot on the strength of his better than 7 to 1 strikeout to walk ratio.
|2||Chance Adams||TRE||Another Double-A start, another stellar performance. Leads farm system in wins, ranks second in starter ERA [0.82], and is tied for second in strikeouts  with Abreu.||2|
|3||Hoy Jun Park||CHA||Leads the farm in runs , total bases , ranks third in walks  and RBI , and ranks second in batting [.356]. With two home runs also, he's doing it all.||6|
|4||Estevan Florial||CHA||Helium guy this week, now ranks in the top ten in nearly every offensive category; tied for second in doubles  and total bases , tied for first in home runs  and runs , third in walks , and tied for fourth in stolen bases .||18|
|5||Ian Clarkin||TAM||Another quality start this past week, his third in as many games. The ERA [1.59] is great but the walk  to strikeout  ratio isn't just yet.||3|
|6||Angel Aguilar||CHA||Off to the strong start he wanted, hitting .345 [3rd in the farm], tied for second in doubles  and ranking second in RBIs , and third in total bases .||11|
|7||Mike Ford||TRE||One of the more consistent hitters this season so far, he's tied with Florial for second in total bases , tied for third with Park in RBIs , and tied for tied in doubles  with Florial and a few others.||7|
|8||Justus Sheffield||TRE||Like Clarkin he's three starts in and all of them have been quality. His 1.56 ERA ranks fourth among starters so far and his 1.25 WHIP shows a good improvement so far over last season||9|
|9||Nestor Cortes||TRE||Doing exactly what he did last season and that's dominating. His 0.60 ERA so far leads the farm among starters, he has a sub-1.00 WHIP, and he's striking out a batter per inning pitched.||NR|
|10||Blake Rutherford||CHA||Hitting just .211 in his last ten games but everything else has been top notch, including leading the farm in walks  and doubles.||4|
|11||Miguel Andujar||TRE||Only hitting .258 so far but he's among the leaderboard in three main offensive categories; doubles, home runs, and RBIs.||10|
|12||Chad Green||SWB||Leads the pitching-loaded farm system in strikeouts  and his 1.05 WHIP is tied with Adams. He's on the short list of big league ready pitchers.||14|
|13||Zach Zehner||TRE||He's been extremely underrated the past two years but now he's hitting .340 [4th in the farm], tied for first in runs scored , and he's tied with Rutherford for fourth in total bases .||NR|
|14||Caleb Smith||SWB||Three games into the season and Smith has given up just four hits to the tune of a pathetic .103 batting average against. Maybe this is the year the production matches the filthy stuff||15|
|15||Matt Snyder||TAM||The batting average is down to .286 this week but it's still good for top ten in the farm, and he ranks atop the home runs  and doubles  leaders.||8|
|16||Colten Brewer||TAM||The 24-year old is off to a hot start, striking out 12 in his first 7.1 shutout innings and allowing a measly four base runners.||NR|
|17||Zach Littel||TAM||Like Brewer, Littel [a former Mariners prospect] has found instant success with the Yankees this year, posting a 1.13 ERA in his first three starts||NR|
|18||Josh Rogers||TAM||Solid start to the season again this year; among the leaders in many pitching categories||19|
|19||Garrett Mundell||CHA||13 K's in four appearances coming out of the bullpen matches Clarkin's strikeout total as a starter thus far, that's how good Mundell has been||20|
|20||Jorge Mateo||TAM||Not hitting particularly well yet [.224] but he's got 11 stolen bases already in 27 games.||13|
Others considered for the Top 20: Diego Castillo, Philip Diehl, Domingo German, J.R. Graham, Tyler Wade, Brandon Wagner, and Carlos Vidal.