With Minor League seasons done for 2013, which prospects are your targeting for next season? We saw elite talent come earlier and at a younger age than ever before this season. Two important considerations with this list; 1) Players listed were not called up in September 2) Players in very low minors or teenagers were left out for the most part. Follow these 20 players (ten pitchers and ten hitters) in the Fall League and Spring Training. Some will be in your draft/auciton in '14, others should be considered for your minor league draft.
This week we saw the arrival of Cards pitching prospect Carlos Martinez , while John Pettibone looks like he may stick for awhile in the Phillies rotation. Christian Yelich was bypassed when Giancarlo Stanton went down, but the Marlins are looking wise with the call-up of Marcell Ozuna. Nolan Arenado made his much anticipated debut in Colorado, while another, Anthony Rendon was sent back down with the return of Ryan Zimmerman in Washington.
Who are the top prospects in the National League West? Over the past month, we have brought you the top prospects from each team, in our final installment we take a look at the Western Division of the NL. We have already seen a slew of prospects, names like Tyler Skaggs, Josh Rutledge, Casey Kelly and Conor Gillaspie have already made their mark. With rosters now expanding to 40, lets take a look at who may contribute down the stretch.