|Rank||Name||Team||Comments||Last Week's Rank|
|1||Rob Refsnyder||SWB||Not exactly a standout week for him [just one extra-base hit and two RBIs] but he still leads the farm system in hitting [.322] and ranks second in runs ||1|
|2||Luis Severino||TRE||Returned from the disabled list this past week to post a meager 4.76 ERA in two starts but still ranks second overall in starter ERA [2.48] and first in strikeouts ||NR|
|3||Aaron Judge||TAM||Heating up again; hit .391 last week with three doubles and another home run. His 83 walks leads the farm system||2|
|4||Kyle Roller||SWB||Began the week with five straight hitless games before ending it with two multi-hit games with two doubles||3|
|5||Jacob Lindgren||TRE||Making mincemeat of Double-A hitters; has allowed just two hits and one walk in last six scoreless innings, striking out ten batters||5|
|6||Jose Pirela||SWB||Finishing the season strong, hitting two triples and two more home runs this past week; was named Year-End International League All-Star too||9|
|7||Greg Bird||TRE||On the subject of strong finishes, Bird clubbed two more home runs this past week, giving him 7 in 21 Double-A games; he had 7 home runs in 75 high-A games prior||11|
|8||Jake Cave||TRE||Still a bit erratic, erasing a three-game hitless streak with three straight multi-hit games this past week, but he's slugging at a higher clip in Double-A||7|
|9||James Pazos||TRE||Had a 0.26 ERA over a 22-game span snapped in his last outing, but it came in a mop-up situation; overall numbers are still fantastic||4|
|10||Nick Rumbelow||SWB||Rough week included giving up 5 earned runs in just 2.2 innings; still has ridiculous numbers across four levels [2.75 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 75 Ks in 54 innings]||6|
|11||Eric Jagielo||TAM||Began the week clubbing two more home runs; has gone hitless though in four straight games since||8|
|12||Jaron Long||TRE||Picked up another win with eight shutout innings in his last start; leads farm system in wins  and ERA [2.25]||10|
|13||Miguel Andujar||CHA||Hit safely in all 5 games last week with two doubles, a triple, and a home run, and is now hitting .317 over his last 57 games||13|
|14||Caleb Smith||TAM||Tossed five shutout innings in his lone start this past week, marking the third time in six high-A starts he's allowed one earned run or less||16|
|15||Brady Lail||TAM||Lail has also allowed one earned run or less in three of his six high-A starts, they just happen to be the last three starts overall; he's making the adjustment||20|
|16||Tyler Austin||TRE||Only played in three games this past week and went 2-10 with a double; still, he's hitting .336 in his last 122 at-bats||12|
|17||Gary Sanchez||TRE||Only played in four games last week because of his paternity leave but managed to hit safely in three of them, including a three-run home run||15|
|18||Daniel Camarena||TRE||Mixed week saw him give up 4 earned runs in six innings before striking out 12 in eight innings of one-run ball in his next start||19|
|19||Tyler Webb||TRE||Still remains one of the more consistent relievers down on the farm system this year||18|
|20||Dante Bichette Jr.||TRE||Starting to adjust to Double-A, hitting safely in seven straight games and clubbing his first Double-A home last week||17|
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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.
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