Indians prospect Erlin Cerda hit a three-run homer to cap a four-run fourth inning that put the South ahead for good and earned MVP honors at the New York-Penn League All-Star Game.
Red Sox prospect Tyler Hill may not be well-known as a 19th-round pick from 2014, but he's putting up the type of numbers in the New York-Penn League that should command attention.
After experiencing some struggles early on, something he was hardly familiar with at Wake Forest, Pirates top pick Will Craig has harnessed those lessons in his favor with West Virginia.
Isaiah White hasn't dealt with much failure in his career, but the 19-year-old outfielder hit just .200 in July. Rather than dwell on his struggles, he's focusing on staying relaxed at the plate.
The 13th overall selection in 2015, Rays prospect Garrett Whitley has played all three outfield positions and shown an improved approach on the bases in his return to the Renegades.
Ronnie Williams was disappointed to start the season at extended spring training, but he used the assignment as motivation. The right-hander now leads the circuit in innings pitched.