Fantasy baseball prospect rankings: Yankees farmhand on the move

Yankees prospect Deivi Garcia, who pitched in the Futures Game, has struggled since joining Triple-A. David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Check back all season for regular updates to this top 10, including when these players graduate to the bigs.

1. Gavin Lux, SS, Los Angeles Dodgers

Lux will play for the Dodgers this season. When and how much is to be determined. The shortstop is still hitting well over .400 since being promoted to Triple-A and we are nearing 175 plate appearances. Sustainable? No, but tremendously impressive and indicative of the talent we are dealing with. Not only does he continue to made contact, but it is extremely loud. He has 10 home runs, 15 doubles and four triples with in just over 30 games with Oklahoma City. Despite what is being said publicly, I have a feeling the Dodgers will find a way to get his bat in the lineup down the stretch.