The very athletic Milledge, an outfielder, is at the top of the list among Mets prospects.
The Indians 1B/catching prospect is a solid hitter whose glove keeps him from being a more complete player.
The Braves' third base prospect has an abundance of skills and drawn comparisons to Adrian Beltre.
The Tigers' outfield prospect has improved at every level and is one of the best all-around hitters in the minors.
Fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, the hardthrowing Braves righty is pitching well at Triple-A.
Acquired in the Victor Zambrano deal, the Devil Rays may have swiped one of the best arms in the minors.
The Giants' No. 1 pick in 2002 has made rapid strides after an elbow injury last season limited his progress.
Thrust into the role as Boston's starting third baseman, the on-base machine could have a bright future.
The Rockies' pitching prospect is dominating Double-A and is among the top five left-handers in the minors.
The Phillies' right-hander, the fourth overall pick in the 2001 draft, is excelling in his first season in Double-A.
The Diamondbacks' prospect possesses big league bloodlines and developing power as a second baseman.
The hard-throwing righty could be on the fast track to become the Twins' new closer.
John Sickels reports on fast-rising talent Andy Marte, who could be on the Braves' hot corner by 2005.
The hardthrowing left-handed pitcher is the prize prospect in the Mets' system.
Expectations are high for the Red Sox's third-base prospect, who is known as an on-base machine.
The Diamondbacks' second-base prospect might have more offensive upside than older brother Jerry.