Thomas Neal, OF: A 23-year-old right-handed hitter, Neal was drafted in the 36th round in 2005 from Riverside Junior College in California. His breakthrough was in 2009 when he hit .337/.431/.579 for High-A San Jose, but his power production and patience have tailed off at higher levels, leading to a .291/.359/.440 mark last year in Double-A and a .295/.351/.409 mark with four homers this year for Triple-A Fresno. He's drawn just 13 walks in 240 plate appearances this year. He is currently on the disabled list with a hand injury. Neal has solid-average tools and has kept his batting average up, but the decline in his power production at higher levels makes me cautious at this point. I rated him a Grade B- pre-season but would lower that to C+ now.