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Factors on the Farm and players On the Rise added

You already know that the BP Prospect Tracker is one of the best tools on the internet. However, one of the best just got a little bit better. In addition to the team's top 10 prospects as ranked in the offseason, we've added the players listed as "On the Rise" and "Factors on the Farm."

Players like Evan Gattis, Adeiny Hechavarria, and Logan Schafer have already seen significant big league time this season. Who else might hit the big leagues soon? How about other players on your favorite team listed as a Factor on the Farm? You can now track these guys on the prospect tracker!

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The tool for tracking the current top prospects, reviewing prospects from past seasons, and following your team tracker teams across all levels.

Welcome to the inaugural post of Feature Focus! We've spent years building useful baseball products, and we've found that some readers and subscribers are unaware of some of the many great offerings available at Baseball Prospectus. In this series, we'll be highlighting some of those features as a reminder of what you may have been missing. We're kicking things off with a fairly new addition to the site: Prospect Tracker, which gives BP users a convenient method of monitoring the progress and performance of baseball's top prospects.

Prospect Tracker was announced early in 2012, and some new features were added this season to make it even more powerful.

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The Prospect Tracker has undergone some improvements, including being able to see how your Team Tracker teams are doing. Additionally, stats are now selectable for years other than the year the prospects were ranked.

The first new thing everyone will notice about the Prospect Tracker is that the "Submit" button is gone. That's because, when you make a new selection on the pulldown menus, the tracker now jumps to the desired page automatically.

Prospect Tracker has also undergone some improvements in functionality. The most substantial of these is that subscribers with Team Tracker teams can now review them using the same stats output, making monitoring all those minor leaguers in super-deep leagues quick and easy!

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The Prospect Tracker is back, and fully loaded with 2013 data.

It won't surprise many that Billy Hamilton is leading all prospects in stolen bases, but who's no. 2? Which top prospect has the most wild pitches?

You can now get those answers easily, as I'm happy to announce that the Prospect Tracker is back for another season. The 2013 version features leaders and detailed statistics for each organization's Top 10 Prospects as ranked by Jason Parks and the Baseball Prospectus prospects team.

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The Prospect Tracker adds leaderboards and classification, league filtering.

Over the weekend, we were busy improving Prospect Tracker 2.0, adding leaderboards and classification and league filtering. On the Prospect Tracker home page, you'll notice a new option — 2012 Leaders:

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After a momentary hiatus, the Baseball Prospectus Prospect Tracker rises once again.

The Baseball Prospectus Prospect Tracker has returned!

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Introducing the Top 101 and Top 11 Prospects stats pages.

4/27 ​UPDATE: ​The Baseball Prospectus Prospect Tracker is now located at baseballprospectus.com/prospect_tracker.

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