The Tomahawk Take Top 20 Atlanta Braves Prospects: 6-10

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Jul 13, 2014; All Star Futures Game at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Entering The Top 10

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  • A year ago at this time

    , I had constructed my own list of the Braves top prospects.  In these 6-10 slots, I had penciled in the following names:

    6. Christian Bethancourt
    7. David Hale
    8. Cody Martin
    9. Victor Caratini
    10. Luis Merejo

    What a difference a year makes!  Only Bethancourt remains both in our lists and with the organization.  Hale is now a Rockie.  Cody Martin is still just as good as he was, but he’s been overcome by events – namely a flood of new talent.  Caratini is now in the Cubs’ system.  LHP Merejo is now 20 years old and should be returning from an arm injury this year.  He’s still a prospect, but will be handled very carefully – possibly in the Gulf Coast League to start out.

    As a quick recap, here’s the links to our previous prospect profiles thus far:

    So with that look back, let’s now look forward:  here are the 2015 6th-through-10th-ranked prospects.