MLB Prospect Watch: Top Offensive Performers from First Week of 2012 Season

April 13, 2012 by  

A little over a week into the 2012 Major League Baseball season, there have been several players swinging a red-hot bat in their first 20 to 30 plate appearances—Miguel Cabrera (.471), Austin Jackson (.500) and Evan Longoria (.471), just to name a few.

Yet there are even more minor league ballplayers currently producing at unsustainable levels and posting video game-like numbers in the process.


Brad Miller, SS, Mariners (A+): .444/.516/.1.148, 12 H, 9 XBH, 11 RBI (31 plate appearances)

Drafted out of Clemson in 2011, Miller has always had a solid bat but...

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