**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 | Mitch Jones | COL | Promotion of Cano make Jones the clear leader. Has six game hit streak & his 7 HRs leads system. | 2 |

2 | John Urick | TAM | Hitting .563 in last 5 games and ranks 2nd in HRs in Yankees' farm system with 6! | 9 |

3 | Phil Hughes | CHA | 2-0 in last 2 starts with 16 K's in 11 IP, allowing just 2 hits to make monumental leap in rankings. | 18 |

4 | Colter Bean | COL | He finally gave up an earned run but still has a 0.77 ERA and allowing just a .100 to batters this season. | 5 |

5 | Cody Ehlers | CHA | Hitting just .200 with 2 RBI in his last 6 games, but still has more walk than strikeouts this season. | 4 |

6 | Gabe Lopez | TRE | Has cooled off lately, hitting just .267 in his last 5 games. BA (.360) ranks 2nd among starting prospects. | 7 |

7 | Ben Jones | CHA | His .357 average is ranks 3rd and his 20 RBI ranks 3rd in farm system as well. | 10 |

8 | Justin Christian | CHA | Hitting .364 in last 6 games and his 27 runs scored ranks 1st in farm system. Has 13 SBs. | 11 |

9 | Tyler Clippard | TAM | 3-1 record with more strikeouts than innings pitched. Opposing batters are hitting just .190 off of him. | 13 |

10 | Tim Battle | CHA | His 13 SBs are more than double the Tampa team total. His 12 extra-base hits leads Charleston. | 14 |

11 | Jeff Karstens | TRE | Pounding by Altoona (6 ER) hurts his overall numbers. Still only has 5 walks in 29+ innings. | 6 |

12 | Brett Smith | CHA | Has given up 8 earned runs in last 13 IP to drop him in the rankings. Still looking for 2nd win. | 8 |

13 | Kevin Thompson | TRE | Had his 8-game hit streak snapped Tuesday. Leads Trenton in extra-base hits, runs, walks, and SBs. | 15 |

14 | Mike Martinez | CHA | His 8 saves leads Yankees' farm system and his 2.02 ERA tops all closing prospects. | 17 |

15 | Matt Carson | TAM | Hitting .429 with 2 HRs and 6 RBI in his last 4 games. Does a little bit of everything. | 16 |

16 | Erold Andrus | TAM | Hitting .436 during his 10-game hit streak with 10 runs scored. Starting to tap his vast potential. | NR |

17 | Melky Cabrera | TRE | Speaking of heating up, Cabrera is hitting .480 in his last 6 games with 2 HRs and 6 runs scored. | NR |

18 | Jason Anderson | COL | Has strung together 6 straight scoreless relief appearances. One bad outing skews his numbers. | 25 |

19 | Shelley Duncan | TRE | Has more home runs than Melky Cabrera and Eric Duncan..combined! He needs to improve his .235 BA. | 27 |

20 | Kevin Reese | COL | He may not have the staggering numbers, but man, he's consistent. His 20 runs scored ranks in top five. | 29 |

21 | Marcos Vechionacci | CHA | A small back injury kept him out of the lineup for close to a week. Still a solid contact hitter. | 23 |

22 | T.J. Beam | CHA | Putting together a solid start to the season, averaging better than one strikeout per inning pitched. | NR |

23 | Jason Jones | TAM | Like Karstens, Jones had one really bad outing to hurt his overall numbers. Still has just 2 walks. | 22 |

24 | Grant Plumley | CHA | Hitting an even .400 in his last seven games. Made the most of the injury to Vechionacci. | NR |

25 | Hector Made | TAM | Driving in runs despite his brutal .225 batting average. His 12 errors are worrisome. | 28 |

26 | Christian Garcia | CHA | Has a 2.45 ERA in his last 2 starts, striking out 12 batters in 11 innings...with only 3 walks! | NR |

27 | Randy Vanderplow | CHA | Has shown inconsistencies, but his 2.50 ERA has been solid out of the bullpen. | NR |

28 | Tommy Rojas | TAM | Continues to produce when given the chance to play. Hitting .351 with 11 RBI in 12 games played. | NR |

29 | Jeff Marquez | CHA | Like Garcia, Marquez is starting to heat up. Has 0.64 ERA in last two starts. | NR |

30 | Rudy Guillen | TAM | His 10-game hit streak has brought him to respectability, scoring nine runs during that time. | NR |

**Falling Out of the Power Rankings**: Robinson Cano (1), Sean Henn (3), Heath Castle (12), Mike Vento (19), Alex Graman (20), Irwil Rojas (21), Jeremy King (24), Andy Phillips (26), and Ben Julianel (30).