This article is part of our Farm Futures series.
With the draft in the rear view mirror, it's time to get back to analyzing prospects that have been performing all season in the minors. I specifically had an itch to check in on what some of the game's younger talent has been up to. Everyone always wants to know when guys at Double-A and Triple-A are going to get the call to the majors, and I don't mind trying to answer those questions in the comments section. However, my favorite prospects to discuss will always be those who are three or four years away from the big leagues, as we can just enjoy dreaming about what kind of players they could become without predicting their call-up dates or accepting the sad realities of their flaws. To that end, we'll take our first tour of the South Atlantic League (Sally League) this season to see what some Low-A hitters have been up to, including two prospects who found themselves ranked in the top 10 on the latest update of the top 200 prospect rankings.
Victor Robles, OF, Hagerstown (Nationals): .309/.410/.452, five HR, four 3B, eight 2B, 18-for-25 on SB attempts, 34:17 K:BB in 217 AB.
Brendan Rodgers, SS, Asheville (Rockies): .291/.354/.484, nine HR, zero 3B, 16 2B, 2-for-4 on SB attempts, 45:17 K:BB in 223 AB.
Robles ranked eighth and Rodgers ranked ninth on the updated top 200, and it's essentially a toss up as to which player is the better dynasty league asset. One