Wheeler played at the Double-A level in 2011, where he clobbered an impressive 33 homers, stole 21 bases and hit a strong .287/.365/.535 slash. Arenado, the team's top prospect according to Marc Hulet, split his time between the Rookie League and High-A in 2011. He hit a combined 26 home runs and managed a decent .298/.349/.487 slash in High-A.
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