Julio Teheran RHP (Colombia) AAA (15-3, 2.55) - He only had a 5.03 ERA in five appearances, three of them starts, in the major leagues but the Braves will find room next year for him to pitch in their 2012 rotation.
Stefan Gartrell OF (United States) AAA (.260, 25, 91) - At 27 his prospect days are behind him. Despite some productive years he has yet to get a major league call.
Tyler Pastornicky SS (United States) AA (.299, 6, 36) - Many consider him the Braves shortstop of the future. The big question is will this future be 2012. Hit .365 in over 100 at bats when promoted to AAA.
Ernesto Mejia DH (Venezuela) AA (.297, 26, 99) - At 26 he is at least three years older than Braves starting first baseman Freddie Freeman so his future with the Braves is not bright.
Joey Terdoslavich 1B (United States) High A (.286, 20, 82) - He is also older than Freeman, but only by a year and he is currently tearing it up in the AFL.
Andrelton Simmons SS (Curacao) High A (.311, 1, 52) - Curacao is replacing San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic as the shortstop factory for the major leagues.
Evan Gattis C (United States) Low A (.322, 22, 71) - At 6′4″ 230 he may be a bit big for catcher, but if you look at the numbers the Braves will find some place in the lineup for him.
Brandon Drury 3B (United States) short season (.347, 8, 54) - The 13th round 2010 pick had quite a year compared to his .198 season last year. Still needs to increase those walk numbers.
Tyler Moore 1B (United States) AA (.271, 30, 90) - An encore performance after leading the Carolina League in homeruns last year.
Brad Peacock RHP (United States) AA (10-2, 2.01) - Not only the Eastern League pitcher of the year, but the AA pitcher of the year. In three appearances, two of them starts finished with a 0.75 major league ERA.
Sandy Leon C (Dominican Republic) High A (.251, 6, 43) - The Nationals can add one more quality player to their depth behind the plate.
Jeff Kobernus 2B (United States) High A (.282, 7, 50) - The 2009 second round pick also has a tough climb, but his 53 stolen bases could add some speed to the lineup.
Destin Hood OF (United States) High A (.276, 13, 83) - A second round 2008 pick should start developing a power stroke. The 13 homeruns was twice as many as he hit in any previous seasons.
Wander Ramos OF (Dominican Republic) short season (.313, 12, 37) - His .653 slugging was quite impressive. His previous two seasons he had only hit one homerun.
New York Mets
Joshua Satin Utl (United States) AA (.325, 11, 60) - Not a strong defensive player but his bat could be productive as a utility player. At 27 years old his time is now.
Darin Gorski LHP (United States) High A (11-3, 2.08) - Picked up one save and three complete games in a break out year that saw his ERA drop by more than two runs from his previous two years.
Camden Maron C (United States) short season (.318, 3, 24) - With a name like that he should be playing for Baltimore. An impressive 38/34 walk to K ratio resulting in a .434 OBA.
Matt Rizzotti DH (United States) AA (.295, 24, 84) - With Howard’s injury the first base position could open for him with a good spring, but that is quite a big stretch for a player who was designated at the beginning of 2010.
Sebastion Valle C (Mexico) high A (.284, 5, 40) - His power numbers dropped in the Florida State League, but he is still considered the Phillies catcher of the future.
Darin Ruf DH (United States) High A (.308, 18, 72) - At 25 he needs to advance more quickly to have any hope of cracking the major league roster.
Julio Rodriguez RHP (Puerto Rico) High A (16-7, 2.76) - Not overpowering but showed impressive stuff at the World Baseball Cup in Panama.
Trevor May RHP (United States) High A (10-8, 3.63) - It will be interesting to see if his 208 strikeouts carry with him as he gets promoted to the higher levels.
Jim Murphy DH (United States) Low A (.268, 22, 77) - Played down a level from previous season and at 26 should have put up even more dominant numbers.
Jesse Biddle LHP (United States) Low A (7-8, 2.98) - Local boy and 2010 first round pick had solid season after a slow April. Stuff is not overpowering so it will be interesting to see how his numbers are as he rises to the higher levels.
Kyle Jensen OF (United States) High A (.309, 22, 66) - Showed good pop for the Florida State League.
Christian Yelich OF (United States) Low A (.312, 15, 77) - The 2010 first round pick shows four solid tools. A bit short with the arm.
Jesus Solorzano OF (Venezuela) short season (.299, 3, 31) - First year state side a solid one.