While some candidates are shying away from the mess in Pittsburgh, the open General Manager position is much more desirable than it appears.
There’s breakout potential from some surprising sources in the lower rungs of the minors.
Delivering up the second batch of the league’s best, Bryan gives you names you’ll remember when the next draft rolls around.
The top 15 from the summer amateur league includes some with something left to prove next spring, and some whose stock in the 2008 draft is moving up.
This year, some college programs suddenly found themselves with holes on their roster before the school year even began.
Charting a career course for the young Yankee could take him in a couple of different directions.
Which low-level table-setters have the requisite statistical profiles to be projected as successful major league leadoff men?
Bryan expands upon last week’s theme, but heads into more quantitative territory.
Where do the guys at the top of the order come from, and how well do teams do at procuring them?
The Cape Cod League usually leans towards the pitching side of things when it comes to prospects, and this year is no exception.
Top college talents try to boost their future draft stock while getting used to woodwork.
Just as in any other sport, sometimes it isn’t the best team that wins, just the one that rises to the occasion.
Bryan looks at the biggest impact call-ups since the strike, and gives you a few names you might not yet know who could have an impact on this year’s pennant race.
What are the some of the parks that make prospect performance–and evaluating them–that much more difficult?
Bryan breaks down which organizations should congratulate themselves on a great draft, and which have a long year ahead of them.