A rare breed of player can stay at an up-the-middle position, and many of these center fielders have loaded toolboxes.
Though left field may be where players head when they can’t play anywhere else on the diamond, there are still some solid prospects at the position.
The Rangers trade for their second elite reliever in as many days.
The Orioles deal their closer for some pitching help and an infielder.
The Tigers add a nice middle-of-the-rotation starter for a playoff push as the M’s grab a couple of nice pieces for their future.
A trip to see the Staten Island Yankees turns into an odyssey of self-discovery… with a scouting report thrown in for good measure.
While you will burn your neck and suffer heat stroke watching prospects develop in the Arizona League, there is a small oasis of potential stars that makes the pilgrimage worth it.
The Futures Game allows fans the chance to dream of the best up-and-coming prospects, but it’s also a time when a scout can picture his own future.
Jason survives a scare while scouting AZL action.
Just because many third basemen are failed shortstops does not mean there isn’t an abundant supply of talent at the hot corner.
Shortstop is a huge weakness on many major-league teams, but is there about to be an infusion of talent through the pipeline?
Are these guys failed shortstops, or is there more to the prospect than meets the eye?
You have to mash a ton to break into the first-base ranks, but right now, there’s only a mish-mash of prospects.
Roberto Osuna: A Seven-Figure Talent
#TheLegend is alive and well in a crop of talented youngsters who don the tools of ignorance.
Tall guys, short guys, and even starters can all profile as potential bullpen pieces.