This article is part of our Farm Futures series.
With Kris Bryant getting reassigned to minor league camp Monday, the biggest shoe has dropped, signifying that most minor league rosters have taken shape for the start of the 2015 season. If you have an MiLB.tv account or you are the type of person who is willing to travel a couple hours to take in a minor league game involving some of your favorite prospects, you may find it useful to know which teams are worth your time and attention. Here are the must-see teams at the outset of the 2015 season:
Where they will travel: Lehigh Valley, Buffalo, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Toledo, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville, Rochester, Charlotte, Gwinnett, Syracuse, Durham, Norfolk
Overview: The Paw Sox are loaded with a variety of prospects and some older names you might remember like Dana Eveland, Heath Hembree, Jeff Bianchi, Jemile Weeks, Quintin Berry and Bryce Brentz. This will be a high-quality brand of baseball by minor-league standards. If possible, try to check them out when Owens or Rodriguez are on the mound.
Where they will travel: Lynchburg, Wilmington, Winston-Salem, Salem, Wilmington, Frederick, Myrtle Beach, Carolina (Raleigh)
Overview: This is appointment viewing every fifth game for as long as