Here's how the voting will work this week: for one day only, you can choose between Jake Bauers and Taylor Guerrieri in this runoff vote. Tuesday will be the start of a two-day period for voting for the No. 4 prospect, and then another new poll, hopefully for the No. 5 prospect and not a runoff, will run from Thursday through Sunday.
For the No. 3 prospect, it's Bauers or Guerrieri.
1B Jake Bauers (L/L, 6'1 195, 20 in 2016)
2015 statistics with Class A-Advanced Charlotte and Double-A Montgomery: 534 PA, .272/.342/.418, 45 XBH, 9.4 BB%, 13.9 K%
Bauers was certainly not the focus of last winter's three-team trade with the Rays, Padres and Nationals, but he has quietly emerged as a solid prospect. He has a great approach, and while his future power production is up in the air, his ISO improved by 28 points. He's a good defender at first base, but an experiment in the outfield in the Arizona Fall League could really improve his stock.
RHP Taylor Guerrieri (6'3 195, 23 in 2016)
2015 statistics with Class A-Advanced Charlotte and Double-A Montgomery: 78 IP, 1.85 ERA, 1.08 WHIP, 5.9 BB%, 22.4 K%
Guerrieri missed April easing back from 2013 Tommy John surgery, and he was able to return in strong form. He limited his walks and struck out an above-average number of batters, leading to his 1.85 ERA for the season. He has an above-average to plus fastball that sits 91-95 and an above-average curve as well. He has worked in a changeup as well, but as of now it is fringy.