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The minor league postseason is coming to an end. Here are 10 notable performances:

Darrell Ceciliani, OF, New York Mets (Short-season Brooklyn)
A fourth-round pick in 2009, Ceciliani kind of fell off the radar when he was held back for extended spring training, but he moved back into the spotlight with a dynamic .351/.410/.531 (AVG/OBP/SLG) showing for the Cyclones during the regular season. A plus-plus runner with true center-field skills, the 20-year-old Oregon native kept it up during the playoffs, going 9-for-19 with four walks and four stolen bases. His 2011 full-season debut is among the most anticipated in the system.