TigsTown Power Rankings: Edition II

Did Perdomo take over the top spot?

In the second edition of the power rankings, there's a new player at #1 - and he has yet to show any signs of letting up. Plus, which top draft pick has made a jump up and is pushing for the top spot?

Note: The rankings are reflective of the how player has been playing as of late, and are not meant to replace the TigsTown Top 50 rankings. This list includes all players in the minor leagues, but not all are technically prospects. We'll include any standout performances as they warrant inclusion, but it's unlikely someone like Chad Durbin will find himself on the list.
Rank Name Team Comments Last Week's Rank
1 Orlando Perdomo WMI 3 more saves, struck out 6, didn't allow a single hit all week 5
2 Jair Jurrjens LAK struck out 3 in lone start, bringing WHIP for season down to 0.76 6
3 Kurt Airoso ERI 3 homers and 8 batted in helped raise his season OPS to 1.065 7
4 Cameron Maybin WMI 3 triples and two swipes, Maybin continues his tear on Midwest League pitching 11
5 Ramon Garcia WMI recorded a win and didn't allow an earned run in his start for the week – WHIP now 0.83 10
6 Kevin Whelan LAK proved to be human, still recorded a save, just 1 strikeout though 1
7 Wil Ledezma TOL three earned runs in lone start slowed him, but still struck out 9 for the week 2
8 Brian Rogers ERI recorded his first win of the year, didn't allow an earned run again, struck out 5 more – great start for middle reliever 12
9 Humberto Sanchez ERI struck out 16 batters in 13 innings pitched – could he finally be ready to turn the corner? 13
10 Jeff Larish LAK 5 extra base hits and 5 driven in, raised his OPS to .909 for the year 14
11 Sendy Vasquez WMI recorded a win while not allowing an earned run, also had 8 strikeouts 17
12 Mike Hollimon WMI didn't keep up his fast start, still had three doubles, .908 OPS still 9
13 Kody Kirkland ERI 3 extra base hits and 5 RBI – better news was that he took two walks, first 2 of the year, and only had 7 strikeouts N/A
14 Zach Miner TOL great week for Miner, with 2 wins and not a single earned run, 8 K's, named IL Pitcher of the Weekfont> N/A
15 Nate Bumstead ERI second shaky start in a row, took loss while gave up 5 ER's, just 3 K's with 3 BB's, 4
16 Andrew Kown WMI making conversion to ‘pen look easy – still has not allowed an earned run this season N/A
17 Brent Clevlen ERI drove in 6 with 4 doubles and a homer – slow start appears to be behind him N/A
18 Kevin Hooper TOL .414 average for the week, including 2 extra base hits – has a .429 OBP for the year N/A
19 Jack Hannahan TOL just a double and 2 RBI following a great start, just barely hung on this week 3
20 David Espinosa TOL three extra base hits and four walks brought his OPS up to .876 for the year N/A

Players That Dropped Off: (#8) Colby Lewis, (#15) Cristhian Martinez, (#16) Nick McIntyre, (#18) William Rhymes, (#19) Josh Rainwater

Players Knocking on the Door: Virgil Vasquez, Jeff Hahn, Dusty Ryan, Victor Mendez, Preston Larrison

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