What do the Dodgers, Giants, and Diamondbacks need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
The poster boy for “three true outcomes” is on a record-setting pace.
Taking a look at players whose careers were as productive as the average first-overall draft pick.
The U.S. and World rosters for this year’s Futures Game have been announced.
Scouts speak on Brett Lawrie, Sean Gilmartin, and Jed Bradley, among others.
How are our 20 Questions predictions looking after the first two months of the season?
Is it better for a prospect to be very good at an age-appropriate level, or very young in an advanced league?
Are the Phillies doomed to enter a lengthy period of losing, or can they make a quick return to the top by selling their expiring assets now?
Scout quotes about three players who should be on the fast track to promotion and two who might have more to figure out.
Bryce Harper may have been the lead story heading into last Saturday’s game at Chavez Ravine, but there were plenty of other moments that made the night memorable.
The 2000 draft serves as an example of why knee-jerk reactions to the draft are often premature.
The Prospect Tracker adds leaderboards and classification, league filtering.
After a momentary hiatus, the Baseball Prospectus Prospect Tracker rises once again.
This week’s mailbag takes a look at Hall of Famers who were picked in later rounds of the draft, home team winning percentage in extra innings, and Matt Cain’s one-hitter.
Using the relative strength of each draft class can help us determine whether Brien Taylor really is the worst first-overall pick in history.
Introducing the Top 101 and Top 11 Prospects stats pages.