If the Milwaukee Brewers decide to sell before the trade deadline, they will call upon their young prospects to replace the departed.

The Brewers may decide to call up their young talent, even if they aren’t active in the trade market. Their farm system, however, is relatively thin. They traded their top prospects, Brett Lawrie and Alcides Escobar, in return for Shaun Marcum and Zack Greinke.

Still, the Crew has a handful of up-and-comers. Mat Gamel was one of the few thought to explode with the Brewers in 2012, but a knee injury destroyed that. Most of their prospects have had a taste of the major leagues but haven’t stayed long enough to make an impact, and some are already making an impact this year.

But if the Brewers want to be competitive for years to come, trading for high-level talent will be the priority. Until then, they will have to make do with the talent they have.

Here are three prospects that could make an impact in the second half.

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