2021 Minor League Baseball Analyst

The Definitive Prospects Guide from the Leader in Fantasy Baseball Analysis

by the BaseballHQ prospect team
Brent Hershey, Editor

Digital-Only 2021 Edition

In 2020, MLB clubs promoted more than 375 rookie-eligible players to the big leagues. The trend for calling up young players is increasing, and many rookies are contributing to fantasy baseball teams more frequently than ever before. For 15 seasons, the Minor League Baseball Analyst has been the industry’s go-to source on which prospects you need to know from a fantasy perspective. Scouting reports, sabermetrics, performance trends, player ratings and lists—this one volume has it all.

For 2021, the Minor League Baseball Analyst has had to adapt, pivoting to a digital-only publication for this year only. Without a minor league season in 2020, the 16th edition of this volume will focus on broader aspects of player development and converting those insights to fantasy draft prep and in-season acquisitions. There will be more coverage of the 2020 amateur draft, more deep dives into the team-by-team ranking lists, more dynasty-league applications, and more exploration of how much stock to put into those prospects who debuted in 2020. All of the team rankings lists and our indispensable HQ100 prospect list will be updated for 2021 so you can be prepared when draft season rolls around.

In addition to player updates for those that got MLB time and still qualify as rookies, the publication will reprint the 2020 player pages, which serve as a baseline look into the 5-year stats, scouting notes, skills grades, biographical information and expected future roles of more than 900 players. 

With contributions from the entire BaseballHQ.com prospect team, the MLBA provides a unique brand of analysis. For baseball analysts and those who play in fantasy leagues with farm systems, the MLBA is the perfect complement to the Baseball Forecaster and an essential fantasy baseball resource that you will refer to all season long. 

The 2021 Minor League Baseball Analyst will be more portable than ever: a digital-only release that you’ll be able to access on the go. Plus with an estimated download date of January 11, 2021, you’ll have it on hand for all your early fantasy drafts. 

And at new lower pricing, there is no better value for your fantasy future!

Here's our Minor League Baseball Analyst Relase Party, from January 13, 2021, featuring editor Brent Hershey, writer Chris Blessing, and moderator Ryan Bloomfield:





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