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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.

The leaderboard and statistics for the 2013 Top 101 Prospects list (as featured in Baseball Prospectus 2013 and the extremely impending Baseball Prospectus Futures Guide 2013) and all the historical rankings you're used to seeing are available as well.

Baseball Prospectus has really stepped up its prospect coverage this year, and the statistics provided by the Prospect Tracker are the perfect complement. I hope you enjoy it, and please feel free to provide feedback in the comments section.

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bmmolter
4/26
Bravo! One of the most useful resources for prospect hounds on the interwebs. Been waiting for this to go live. Great job on your revamped prospect coverage/team. I was unsure how BP would fill the large void when Goldstein left, but you have far exceeded my expectations and your prior prospect coverage. Shout out to Parks and the rest of the team. Keep it up. By far the best top 10 lists released this year. Amazing detail.
adrock
4/26
Dear Mr. Collins, I salute your ability to put together this fine resource while at the same time delivering high quality bullpen innings in Kansas City. Best of luck this year!
Schere
4/26
Love this. Really happy you guys brought it back.
dpease
4/26
Thanks for the kind words. We are happy to provide it to all. Be sure and tell your friends.
lipitorkid
4/27
YAY! Thank you so much. There's really nothing on the internet like the Prospect Tracker.
rrvwmr
4/30
Not entirely true. 80grade has something similar, but BP definitely has the best prospect coverage. Job well done guys.