Keith Law takes an early-season look at his Top 25 prospects. Thus far, of the guys who cracked the top 10, there are no glaring voids in terms of performance. And at the top, two gifted players are still ahead of schedule.
Keith Law has already released his list of the Top 100 prospects. But that list is all about a career arc, and not about 2011. Here, he ranks guys who will actually make their mark on major league rosters in 2011.
Jason Heyward was the No. 1-ranked major league prospect back in January, but a quarter of the way into the 2010 season, Keith Law has had to make changes. After all, Heyward is crushing the ball in the big leagues, so his prospect status is no more.
Some people wonder why Bengie Molina is the Giants' catcher now -- and not Buster Posey. While Molina is having a good year so far (small sample size alert), Posey's Triple-A season has been legit as all get out as well, reports Kevin Goldstein.
The NL East in a few years is going to be crazy. On Wednesday night, Julio Teheran (ATL) proved he might be the best pitcher in the entirety of the minors and Domonic Brown (PHI) found his power. Oh, and there's this Strasburg kid too...