Prospects are all the rage in the world of fantasy baseball nowadays. Whether it be due to the popularity of keeper and dynasty leagues taking off, or the fact that every discussion about trades between major league teams involves trying to figure out what prospects will switch organizations potentially, prospect talk is everywhere. That raises an interesting question though, how do you know just how good a prospect is based on numbers they’ve put up in the minor leagues? It should seem like a straightforward question right? A guy has a great year at Double-A or Triple-A and clearly he’s ready for the majors and to be a key piece to an offense, however it’s just not that simple. With as many different leagues and levels as there are in the minor leagues, some numbers and stat lines aren’t equivalent to others, but don’t fret there are some key stats to look at that can help you utilize those minor league stats to make the right call on which young players to go after in drafts or...