(Courtesy of Beverly Schaefer/The Times of Trenton)
As we move forward from the first third of this year's rankings, the faces start to become a little more familiar. 9 of the 10 players included in the middle section of this year's Top 30 were on last year's list. They also start to become a bit more experienced, with 9 of the 10 having played in a full-season league last year and 7 of the 10 playing in at least 1 game at the Double-A level or higher. There's slightly less upside in this group than in the group of 10 from yesterday, or at least upside that's a little better known, but there is also more polish and polish is what I'm looking for to know that a player is on the right track. After the jump, check out positions 20-11 in the 2012-213 AB4AR Top 30.