Well the teams that are in are the FSL are:
So in the recent past it's had some great talent come through. This year should probably have the following:
- Phillip Hughes - SP - Yanks - might not be there for long, but should start there.
- Homer Bailey - SP - Reds - Top H.S. pick with great stuff, just needs to control it.
- B.J. Szymanski - OF - Reds - 2004 1st rd pick, struggled last year with injuries but is an intriguing prospect.
- Ryan Braun - 3B - Brewers - Their first round pick last year
- Mark Rogers - SP - Brewers - Was right up there with Bailey in the 2004 MLB draft, had the same problems in his first year (control) but his stuff is amazing.
- Yovani Gallardo - SP - Brewers - Nice looking pitcher who made good strides last year.
- Ryan Harvey - OF - Cubs - A top draft pick that hasn't progressed as the Cubs would like, but has big time power & potential.
- Ricky Romero - SP - Jays - Their 1st rd pick in the 2005 draft
- Gaby Hernandez - SP - Marlins - Good looking young SP who dominated Low A, but struggled after he was called up to High A.
- Phillip Humber - SP - Mets - Had TJ surgery but should come back in the 2nd half and pitch some in High A.
- Scott Elbert - SP - Dodgers - Like they need anymore good pitching prospects, very good left arm.
- Blake DeWitt - 3B - Dodgers - Behind LaRouche but a very nice prospect in his own right.
- Anthony Swarzak/ Jay Rainville - SP - Twins - Two good H.S arms
Some prospects that could end up there in the 2nd half:
- Chris Volstad - SP - Marlins - A very polished pitcher from the 2005 draft, will start in Low but could move quickly.
- Mark Pawelek - SP - Cubs - Another 2005 1st rd pick, IMO the best arm from the draft. Like Volstad will start in Low A but a call up to High A isn't out of the question.
- Colby Rasmus - OF - Cards - 2005 1st rd pick, good tools across the board.
- Greg Golson - OF - Phillies - 2004 1st rd pick, speedster that needs a bit more time in Low A.
- Jay Bruce - OF - Reds - good all-around H.S talent from the 2005 draft
Anyways I might have missed a few, but that is a good list to start with. The league this year looks like it's filled with a bunch of guys who could take off, but not many of the "stud" prospects who have asserted themselves.