MINORS: 2015 Early-season breakouts

Last week, Jeremey Deloney took a look some of the top prospects who have gotten off to a slow start. As Jeremy noted, it is way too early to hit the panic button or to say a player is truly having a breakout year. For example, last week Jeremy highlighted the slow start of Twins prospect Byron Buxton, who at the time was hitting a paltry .221 in 65 AB. Afterwards, Buxton went 11-for-23 with two doubles, four triples, and a home run to raise his average to .287.

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