Scouting News

Jeremy
Deloney
March 24, 2012 1:02 AM GMT
This week we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position, this time with top OF prospects. From a depth standpoint, this year's crop of outfielders seems a bit on the light side. This is overshadowed by the presence of the two potential behemoths at the top of the list: Bryce Harper and Mike Trout.
Jeremy
Deloney
March 17, 2012 1:02 AM GMT
This week we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position, this time with top 3B prospects. On the surface, there doesn't appear to be any prospect assured of significant playing time in 2012. There aren't many openings at present, though a few prospects could take advantage of minor injuries or the lack of depth. The lack of major league-ready 3B shouldn't be any indication, however, of the quality of prospects at that position.
Robert
Gordon
March 10, 2012 1:02 AM GMT
This week we continue our review of the top prospects in baseball with an overview of the shortstop position. Unlike the other positions we have reviewed (C, 1B, and 2B), shortstop is loaded. At the top of the list are two dynamic and athletic players: Jurickson Profar (TEX) and Manny Machado (BAL).
Robert
Gordon
March 03, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
This week we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position, focusing on second base. For the past two weeks we have been lamenting the lack of positional depth at C and 1B, and that theme continues this week as 2B is historically the thinnest position in the minors.
Jeremy
Deloney
February 25, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
This week we continue our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position. Similar to the catching crop outlined last week, the 1B position is very thin. Only four 1B appear in our Top 100 list and only one player figures to win a starting job in Spring Training.
Robert
Gordon
February 18, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
This week we kickoff our annual review of the top prospects in baseball by position. We start with the most demanding position on the diamond, the catcher. This year's crop of top catching prospects remains both thin and relatively unchanged from 2011.
Chris
Lee
February 14, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
As fantasy baseball becomes increasingly competitive, some leagues allow owners to stash players on their roster before they’ve signed professional contracts. If that’s your league, not knowing who the top college stars are puts you at a disadvantage. Below are five players who will likely be high selections in the 2012 MLB Amateur Draft—none are can’t miss prospects, but all have a chance to be impact fantasy players in the next five years.
Jeremy
Deloney
February 11, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
A study of Top 100 prospect lists will usually yield at least 50 prospects that are generally included on most, if not all, of the lists. This essay will feature 10 minor leaguers who are unlikely residents on most Top 100 lists entering the 2012 campaign, but could be due for a step up.
Brent
Hershey
February 03, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
Our minor-league gurus are back for week 2 of a discussion on their 2012 Top 100 list, players and processes.
Brent
Hershey
January 27, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
A week after the release of BaseballHQ.com's Top 100 Prospect list, Minor League Co-Directors Rob Gordon and Jeremy Deloney are back to discuss the some of the players and the process. This week's focus is players in the Top 100 who made only one of their individual lists.

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