This article is part of our Minor League Barometer series.
Over the past week or so, we've seen just how much a prospect can impact a squad. Just ask the Los Angeles Dodgers, as Cody Bellinger was just supposed to enjoy a brief cup of coffee in the big leagues but came out of the gate scorching hot. Now that Adrian Gonzalez is on the Disabled List, Bellinger has quickly gone from biding his time in the minors to starting at first in Chavez Ravine.
Need some extra prospects to keep on your radar? Here are a few more notable names not getting enough attention as we enter the second month of play in the minors.
1. Franklyn Kilome, P, PHI - Kilome is 6-foot-6 but may have figured out his control issues. He has a 28:5 K:BB through 28.2 innings for High-A Clearwater.
2. Luis Urias, 2B, SD - Urias is younger than almost everyone at Double-A, yet the 19-year-old is more than holding his own, slashing .342/.435/.523 through 23 games.
3. Brandon Woodruff, P, MIL - Sure, he's 24 years of age and enjoyed a surprising surge in strikeouts last season. But Woodruff has continued that success into the 2017 campaign, posting a 1.83 ERA and 30:7 K:BB in 34 innings in the extremely hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League.
Still got the prospect bug? Let's move on to the meaty portion of this week's Minor League Barometer.
Walker Buehler, P, LAD - Buehler was picked in the first round of the 2015 draft despite