|WHERE THE TOP 10 PROSPECTS ARE|
|1||Julio Teheran||1/27/1991||rhp||Atlanta Braves|
|2||J.R. Graham||1/14/1990||rhp||Mississippi Braves (AA)|
|3||Christian Bethancourt||9/2/1991||c||Mississippi Braves (AA)|
|4||Sean Gilmartin||5/8/1990||lhp||Gwinnett Braves (AAA)|
|5||Lucas Sims||5/10/1994||rhp||Rome Braves (LoA)|
|6||Mauricio Cabrera||9/22/1993||rhp||Rome Braves (LoA)|
|7||Alex Wood||1/12/1991||lhp||Mississippi Braves (AA)|
|8||Evan Gattis||8/18/1986||of/c||Atlanta Braves|
|9||Jose Peraza||4/30/94||ss||Rome Braves (LoA)|
|10||Todd Cunningham||3/20/89||of||Gwinnett Braves (AAA)|
HE’S WHERE? Lefthander Alex Wood, last year’s second-round selection, will advance directly to Double-A Mississippi for his initial full-season assignment, following the precedent set by first-round lefties Mike Minor (2009) and Sean Gilmartin (2011). In position-shift news, the Braves moved 2012 sixth-rounder Josh Elander from catcher to left field as he begins with low Class A Rome.
WHO’S MISSING: The Braves broke camp in surprisingly good health. Among significant prospects, only righty reliever Juan Jaime begins on the high Class A Lynchburg disabled list.
GO SEE: Rome will feature power righties Mauricio Cabrera and Lucas Sims, last year’s first-rounder, as well as speedy shortstop Jose Peraza, and switch-hitting third baseman Carlos Frano. Elsewhere, the Mississippi rotation features Wood and righties J.R. Graham, Aaron Northcraft, Cody Martin and Gus Schlosser throwing to catcher Christian Bethancourt.