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||Rolando Japa||SI||It's tough to beat two wins in your first two starts where you allow a total of three hits.||-|
|2||Gerardo Rodriguez||GCL||Sure it's been just four games, but when you have five extra-base hits already and slug over 1.000, you need to be near the top of the list.||-|
|3||Tony Roth||SI||Despite sharing third base duties, he ranks second behind Rodriguez in batting.||-|
|4||Mitch Hilligoss||SI||Quickly becoming a fan favorite, he leads short-season teams in walks and runs.||-|
|5||James Cooper||SI||Healed knees is why he leads short season teams in stolen bases and doubles.||-|
|6||Jose Calzado||GCL||Toolsy outfielder has as many triples as the entire Staten Island team and his 5 RBI tie the team lead.||-|
|7||Nick Peterson||SI||Nine strikeouts in 3.2 innings pitched - are you kidding? Josh Schmidt Part II has two saves as well.||-|
|8||Brian Aragon||SI||Spunky outfielder is hitting an even .400 through the first week and has shown some power and speed.||-|
|9||Kyle Larsen||SI||Sure he leads the short-season teams in HRs (3) and RBI (13), but his .229 average conjures up images of his Charleston struggles.||-|
|10||Francisco Castillo||SI||Leads the short-season teams in K's (12) but he's also tied for giving up the most earned runs in SI.||-|
|11||Keaton Everitt||SI||Bulldog out of the pen has done well through his first three appearances, sporting a 1.17 ERA.||-|
|12||Wilkins De La Rossa||SI||His .360 average and being second on the team in walks isn't surprising. Now if he could just add some power.||-|
|13||Yang Carlos Perez||GCL||Perez has flashed the power (2), but like Larsen, his average hasn't been as impressive.||-|
|14||Luke Trubee||SI||Like Everitt, Trubee sports an identical 1.17 ERA but not the same strikeout ratio.||-|
|15||Chase Odenreider||GCL||Hitting .353 in his first taste of the pros with a couple of doubles, showing adequate power in the early going.||-|
Considered for the Power Rankings: Edgar Soto, Kevin Russo, Daniel McCutchen, Wilmer Pino, Grant Duff.
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