The Blue Jays could be considering a position switch for their prized infield prospect.
The Padres' top pick in 2003 proved his shoulder is fine, which means the majors aren't far off.
The very athletic Milledge, an outfielder, is at the top of the list among Mets prospects.
A key piece in the Big Unit deal, Navarro is among the top catching prospects in the minors.
The former Cardinals catching prospect could end up being the jewel of the Mark Mulder trade.
The lefty who the A's acquired in the Tim Hudson trade could crack Oakland's rotation in '05.
The unheralded lefty is developing into a promising pitcher in the Expos/Nationals system.
Pegged to replace Troy Glaus at third, the Angels prospect is an early favorite for top rookie honors.
The Dodgers power-hitting infield prospect could develop into the next Miguel Cabrera or Juan Gonzalez.
The fireballing Blue Jays right-hander is among the top pitching prospects in the game today.
The No. 2 overall pick in the '03 draft struggled a bit this past season, but still remains a high-level prospect.
The Indians 1B/catching prospect is a solid hitter whose glove keeps him from being a more complete player.
The Rangers' infield prospect shows many of the same abilities as their current shortstop, Michael Young.
The Braves' third base prospect has an abundance of skills and drawn comparisons to Adrian Beltre.
Dmitri Young's little brother is quickly living up to the hype of being a No. 1 overall draft pick.
The Tigers' outfield prospect has improved at every level and is one of the best all-around hitters in the minors.