Where one offseason league ends, another begins—or something like that.

While the Arizona Fall League came to end this past Saturday, the offseason Caribbean Winter Leagues are roughly a month into the regular season and only beginning to heat up.

Many of baseball’s top prospects once again are represented in the Dominican, Mexican, Puerto Rican and Venezuelan Winter Leagues this year, as they look to get a head start on the 2014 season and improve their chances of cracking a big league Opening Day roster. But, as it is usually the case given the time of year, the prospect pool between the four leagues is comprised of primarily hitters.

So, as we shift our focus from the AFL to the aforementioned offseason leagues, I thought I’d offer a look at four winter league standouts who will make an impact in the major leagues, possibly as early as the 2014 season.

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