Scouting News

Brent
Hershey
July 14, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
The task of wading through minor-league ball in search of the future stars is filled with mines. Nevertheless, we charge forward, with some observations on the fantasy potential of some players from the 2012 Eastern League All Star Game.
Robert
Gordon
July 14, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
With the All-Star and the Futures Game both in the rear view mirror, we take another tour around the minors to see who is hot and who is not. We are now well past the half-way point for the 2012 minor league season and can get a better read on players who are having true breakouts and those who are really struggling.
Robert
Gordon
June 30, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
This week, Jeremy Deloney and Rob Gordon unveil their updated, mid-season Top 50 prospect list. Excluded from the list are any prospects either currently in the majors or who have spent significant time in the majors this year. One interesting note is that three of the top four picks from the 2011 draft (Cole, Hultzen, and Bundy) have moved into the top 10 and the fourth (Trevor Bauer) is already in the majors.
Robert
Gordon
June 28, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
In a mid-week special report, BHQ minor-league analysts Jeremy Deloney and Rob Gordon provide detailed scouting reports for the U.S. and World squads at the 2012 Futures Game in Kansas City on July 8.
Robert
Gordon
June 23, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
As we near the 2012 All-Star break, we take another look around the minors to see who is hot and who is not. One noteworthy development to keep an eye on is the continued impact of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). Because the new CBA established more rigid bonuses and moved up the signing deadline from August 15 to July 13, we have already seen some of the top picks sign and start their professional careers.
Jeremy
Deloney
June 16, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
As the 2012 minor league season nears the All-Star break for most leagues, we can look back at the preseason Top 100 prospect list and make adjustments. Several players on that list have already reached the majors this season while others are years away from making contributions. Other top prospects are on the cusp of adding value to their respective big league clubs—some may be September call-ups whereas others could get the call any day.
Chris
Lee
June 16, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
The College World Series began Friday, and there will be no shortage of storylines in 2012. You just might even find a handful of future major-leaguers...
Robert
Gordon
June 09, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
With the 2012 draft in the books, we take a look back. Not surprisingly, there were several high profile prospects, particularly projectable high school pitchers, who slipped due to concerns about signability. Unlike in previous drafts, many of those players will be very difficult to sign.
Robert
Gordon
June 05, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
With the 2012 amateur player draft under way, we take a look at each player taken in the first round, with a special eye to the surprises and which players have the quickest path to the majors.
Robert
Gordon
June 02, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
This week we take another tour around the minors to look at who's hot, who's not, who is having a breakout and who is about to break down. We've passed the one-third (50-game) mark for the 2012 season so most position players have logged 200+ AB, and most starters have 11 or 12 starts.

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