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Prospect Hot Sheet: June 13

We're back. After a one-week hiatus of the normal Hot Sheet while we attended to the Major League Baseball draft, we're back with our weekly listing of which prospects had the best weeks around the minors. We've worked in a lot of new faces this week, including several players, like Jon Jay and Adam Moore, who find themselves blocked by more highly regarded prospects a level above them. It may mean they struggle to make it to the big leagues in their current organization, but at least they can rest assured that the Hot Sheet noticed them.

Minors | #2008#Prospect Hot Sheet

AA Dish: Todd Provides Relief

Ben Badler -

Cardinals righty Jess Todd continued his dominance, Rockies outfielder Dexter Fowler locked up a place on tomorrow’s Hot Sheet and Phillies righthander Carlos Carrasco was sharp in yesterday’s Double-A slate. […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

AA Dish: Snider Making Noise

Ben Badler -

Travis Snider’s hitting is kicking into gear, Max Ramirez reached base four times and Dexter Fowler had another multi-hit game in yesterday’s action. EASTERN LEAGUE   Prospect Of The Day […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

A Learning Experience

J.J. Cooper -

Harlingen's Kenny Evoniuk has one of the best arms in the United League. What he doesn't have is experience pitching. But his 91-92 mph velocity could make him an interesting prospect if he can clean up his delivery and improve his hard slider.

Minors | #2008#Independent Audit