While roaming the floors of the next Winter Meetings, be sure to take this handy guide to coolness to let you know where to flock.
Before diving into his prognostications, our resident prospect guru begins an open dialogue about prospect evaluation.
The Rangers’ recent signing of Joe Nathan ensures that Neftali Feliz will get a legit shot at the rotation, but will he be able to succeed?
A fictionalized take on one scout’s day of despair and grasp at redemption.
A season of thoughts and observations are recorded within scouting notebooks, though sometimes those observations are misinterpreted.
A humor-tinged recap of one of the most exciting World Series of our generation
Scouting reports on the El Califa taqueria’s system
The Rangers find themselves back in the World Series on the strength of their offense.
The Rangers downed the Rays in four games, and are now set to defend their American League title.
After cooking in the Arizona sun, the Professor was able to digest the fact that Ronald Guzman is the best hitting prospect he has seen.
Now that the hitters have had their time in the sun, it’s time for the pitchers to gain the same recognition.
Who tops the tool charts? Who was the big story down on the farm in 2011?
Our prospect guru finds himself in a food coma in Mexico, taking in a televised matchup between two AL contenders.
With the rankings now complete, is our resident prospect man about to turn his back on who he ranked at the top of each position?
While Bryce Harper is the cream of the crop in right field, as it turns out, there are other legit corner outfielders in the minors.