Scouting News

Robert
Gordon
May 26, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
The 2012 first year player draft will take place between June 4th and June 6th and will likely vary from previous drafts for several important reasons. The 2011 draft was a historically deep draft, with solid college and high school position players, and a deep class of high-upside pitching prospects. The 2012 draft class is weaker at many positions...
Robert
Gordon
May 19, 2012 12:04 AM GMT
This week we take another tour around the minors to look at who's hot, who's not, who's on the DL, and which players are on the verge of being promoted. In the past couple of weeks a number of high profile prospects have been moved up and that trend will likely continue as we move into late May and early June.
Robert
Gordon
May 12, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
This week we take another tour around the minors to look at who's hot, who's not, who's on the DL, and who is on the brink of having a true breakout. The early promotion of top prospect Bryce Harper (OF, WAS) continues to be the story of the year at the minor league level. With teams increasingly willing to sign young players to long-term contracts prior to free-agency—effectively buying out their arbitration eligible years—it will be interesting to see if other teams follow the Nationals lead and promote their top prospects ahead of the Super Two arbitration deadline.
Robert
Gordon
May 05, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
This week we take another tour around the minors to see who's hot, who's not, who's hurt, and who's in the midst of a breakout. While the 2012 season is still in its infancy and sample sizes are small, we are getting to the point where we can start drawing some conclusions. Certainly the recent promotions of Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, and Will Middlebrooks indicates that teams have seen enough to start making promotions and roster changes.
Robert
Gordon
April 28, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
With the 2012 minor league season in full swing, we take our first tour around the minors to see who's hot, who's not, who's hurt, and who's ready to break out.
Robert
Gordon
April 21, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
While the 2012 season is not yet a month old, injuries and slow starts are already prompting clubs to consider making roster changes. Many of the early season call-ups will hardly cause a ripple in your free agent pool, but there are impact prospects who could reach the majors sooner than anticipated.
Robert
Gordon
April 14, 2012 12:02 AM GMT
Now that the dust has settled on spring training and 25-man rosters have been finalized, we can get a clearer picture of the likely candidates for the 2012 AL and NL Rookie of the Year Awards. While there are plenty of high-profile prospects expected to be the early pace-setters, the rookie of the year field is notoriously difficult to handicap.
Jeremy
Deloney
April 07, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
This is the last installment of our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position. With the regular season starting, some of the players listed below have won jobs in the big league bullpen while others are on the cusp waiting for their opportunity. Unlike other positions, there aren't many top relief pitching prospects in the lower minors.
Robert
Gordon
March 31, 2012 12:01 AM GMT
With the start of the regular season less than a week away, we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball. This week we take a look the top starting pitching prospects in the game. Each year there seems to be a bevy of talented young hurlers that establish themselves as rotation mainstays.
Robert
Gordon
March 30, 2012 6:00 AM GMT
Here are our Minor League draft grids, the essential tool for dominating the end-game or minor-league portions of your drafts this weekend.

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