Midseason Prospect Reports: AL and NL West

Baseball America's major league correspondents file 25 prospect reports a year, providing essential information on the up and coming players in every organization. Yet a steady flow of content on our site sometimes buries their Organization Reports at the foot of the mountain, beneath an avalanche of words.

To make sure you don't miss our midseason prospect reports, we're unveiling them 10 at a time this week—we've rolled out the East and the Central, and we're wrapping up with the West today. For each organization, we selected the best overall player (among those who have spent most of the season in the minors), the prospect who has taken the biggest leap forward, and the one who has been the biggest disappointment.

Our Organization Reports are a subscriber-only feature, so if you'd like to read them you can find your various subscription options here. But for everyone we present below a handy index to all nine of the reports from the West, with an overview of the category winners for Best Player, Biggest Leap Forward and Biggest Disappointment of the first half. The team name links you to the complete report, which includes an explanation of why each player won his respective category. You can find the overall Organization Reports index for 2012 here.

MIDSEASON PROSPECT REPORTS
ORGANIZATION BEST PLAYER LEAP FORWARD DISAPPOINTMENT
Arizona Diamondbacks
Trevor Bauer
Alfredo Marte
Keon Broxton
Colorado Rockies
Edwar Cabrera
Corey Dickerson
Kent Matthes
Los Angeles Angels
Jean Segura
Kole Calhoun
Trevor Reckling
Los Angeles Dodgers
Zach Lee
Ethan Martin
Pratt Maynard
Oakland Athletics
Miles Head
Sean Doolittle
A.J. Cole
San Diego Padres
Adys Portillo
Matt Wisler
Casey Kelly
San Francisco Giants
Gary Brown
Chris Heston
Eric Surkamp
Seattle Mariners
Danny Hultzen
Stephen Pryor
Carlos Triunfel
Texas Rangers
Jurickson Profar
Justin Grimm
Neil Ramirez

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