Since it's about two months into the minor league season, it's time to take our second look at how each of the Blue Jays' top youngsters are faring in the minors.
This month's edition of the Blue Jays prospects report will vary slightly from last month's version.
First off, we will be looking at the top 20 prospects, as opposed to just the top 10.
Secondly, I will be basing the rankings off of MLB.com's list of top Blue Jays prospects, instead of Baseball America's top 10 list.
Let me reiterate, these are not my personal rankings, and if players' positions shift from last month it is due to the difference of opinion between MLB.com and Baseball America, not me changing where a given prospect is ranked.
Now let's take a look at how the Jays future stars are looking in 2012.