Huff hits 502-foot homer (42 percent of vote)
Team: Frisco RoughRiders (Texas Rangers)
Known for his prodigious power, Sam Huff showed off that 60-grade tool with a game-tying moonshot to left field on Aug. 7 against Amarillo. With the count 1-1, the fifth-ranked Rangers prospect blasted a Luis Frias offering 114 miles per hour over the fence in left field and out of the ballpark. It was such a no-doubter off the bat that left fielder Stone Garrett didn't even move when the ball was hit, simply turning to watch the ball sail well over his shoulder and onto the street beyond the stadium.
Garrett finishes with a flourish (21 percent)
Team: Amarillo Sod Poodles (Arizona Diamondbacks)
On the last day of the season, Frisco and Amarillo were locked in a back-and-forth battle. Down three, Stone Garrett struck out to begin the ninth, but his Sod Poodle teammates came back to force extras. The following frame, the No. 3 hitter got a second chance at his final 2021 at-bat. With two on in a once-again-tied game, Garrett crushed the first pitch he saw over the left-center field fence for a three-run homer to give the Sod Poodles a walk-off win to cap the year. The dinger also made Garrett the sole Double-A RBI leader with 81.
Mieses homers off moving train (19 percent)
Team: Worcester Red Sox (Boston Red Sox)
Two days after his June 2 promotion from Double-A Portland to Triple-A Worcester, Johan Mieses made his presence felt in a big way for the WooSox. In his fourth at-bat with the team, Mieses took the first pitch he saw and drove it deep over the left-field fence, hitting a passing train on the tracks beyond the Polar Park scoreboard for his first WooSox hit and accomplishing a feat the Worcester broadcast team was unsure was even possible.
Loftin cycles dramatically (13 percent)
Team: Quad Cities River Bandits (Kansas City Royals)
Royals No. 9 prospect Nick Loftin isn't known for home runs, but he'll forever be remembered for his display of power Aug. 1 against South Bend. After singling in the first inning, tripling in the second and doubling in the sixth and seventh, the River Bandits leadoff man came up in the bottom of the ninth a homer short of the cycle with a runner on second base and nobody out. A single would have won the game, but Loftin ran the count 3-1 and swung for the fences, crushing a walk-off, two-run homer to end a wild Sunday afternoon game that featured six lead changes.
Conine inspired by flyover (5 percent)
Team: Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Miami Marlins)
Griffin Conine heard the Blue Angels getting ready to fly over Blue Wahoos Stadium right before the first pitch he saw Aug. 22 and knew he had to swing for the fences, but he "just missed it" despite getting a good pitch to hit. Conine wouldn't miss two pitches later, taking an 0-2 pitch over the left-field fence for his 33rd home run of the season, his first of two on the day. The Marlins No. 21 prospect cited his dad, former Marlins outfielder and first baseman Jeff Conine, being a "plane junkie" as part of the reason he wanted to deliver after the flyover.