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The Brewers restocked system isn't limited to power arms.

Trent Clark, Brewers, OF
Clark was the Brewers’ first-round selection in 2015 out of a Dallas-area high school. He impressed scouts throughout the showcase circuit and leading up to the draft with a polished hit tool, tremendous feel for the game, and impressive leadership and makeup—all from a very physical left-handed frame.

Physically, Clark looked about the same as he did as an amateur. He’s got a football look to his muscularity, and though there isn’t much physical projection remaining, Clark’s musculature is more explosive than the type that weights down his first steps. Clark has shown as a hustle player, one who gets the most out of his speed by digging hard out of the box and on the bases.

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A year and change has seen this farm system go from bargain brand to craft brewed.

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April 30, 2014 6:00 am

Minor League Update: Games of Tuesday, April 29


Jeff Moore

Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Blue Jays righty Marcus Stroman and Brewers outfielder Tyrone Taylor.

Hitter of the Night: Tyrone Taylor, OF, Brewers (Brevard County, A+): 5-5, 5 R, 2B, 3B, HR, BB.
Yes, that’s a cycle. Taylor’s offensive outburst came as part of a 20-run onslaught for the Manatees on Tuesday. Taylor is a doubles collector, but two of those potential doubles have cleared the fence in the past two days, a good sign for his future power development.

Pitcher of the Night: Marcus Stroman, RHP, Blue Jays (Buffalo, AAA): 6 IP, 0 H, 0 R, BB, 10 K.
If this is the swan song for Stroman’s minor-league career, he went out with a bang. There has been speculation that Stroman could get the call this week to take the place of Dustin McGowan. After struggling this spring, he has his three plus pitches working, and the continued development of his changeup could give him a fourth.

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A look back at the high school and college days of top prospects like Javier Baez and Robert Stephenson.

As part of Perfect Game's partnership with Baseball Prospectus, David Rawnsley, Todd Gold and Patrick Ebert will be conducting a “Before They Were Pros” series, providing scouting reports on some of the top prospects in baseball from when they were in high school attending PG events. This six-part series (one for each division in MLB) will appear once Baseball Prospectus has provided their own detailed scouting reports of the top prospects, team-by-team, as part of their “Prospects Will Break Your Heart” series.

We continue by looking at select top prospects from National League Central teams. Be sure to read Baseball Prospectus' features on each of these five teams:

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