5. Thomas Neal (6, 11, .337/.431/.579)
Here we have another San Jose Giant (in Part 1 we listed Roger Kieschnick at No. 5 as well), so we may start to suspect that the ballpark favors the throws from the outfield—or that the Giants coaches are good at spotting and training good arms. Anyway, forget the park and the arm, because Neal's offensive numbers are outstanding and he hasn't lost a step as he progressed up the ladder in the minors. He is just 22 and bats from the right side.
Also of Note:the worst left fielder arms in the minor leagues: Edgar Quintero (-6), Wendell Fairley (-5), Dee Brown (-4), Alfredo Marte (-4) and Cody Johnson (-4).