Every year, Baseball America organizes a managers' vote for best tools in each of the minor leagues. The skippers not only voted Peter Bourjos the PCL's most exciting player, but also Best Baserunner, Fastest Baserunner and Best Defensive Outfielder. Bourjos wasn't the only Halos' prospect to attract attention. Alexia Amarista was voted best defensive second baseman in both the California and the Texas Leagues. Cal League managers also voted Tyler Chatwood's fastball the best in the league, Chatwood the best overall pitching prospect, and Tyson Auer the best baserunner. Texas League managers voted Jordan Walden's fastball tops in the league, and Efren Navarro and Austin Romine best defenders at their respective positions. All in all, not a bad showing. Baseball America should publish the results of Midwest League voting today, which likely will deserve its own post. Baseball America continues to deliver the most complete, broad coverage of the minor leagues. These features provide the very best information available for contextualizing the development of Angels' prospects within the broader baseball world.