Jay wonders how much young talent the Braves traded away during their impressive decade-plus reign over the NL East.
The Rangers make a big jump as the Orioles sink like a stone in this week’s Prospectus Hit List.
The Yankees, A’s and Astros aren’t as done as people once thought, as they jump up in this week’s standings. Heck, even the Phillies could be buyers heading toward the trade deadline.
The Cubs take a big jump, while the Marlins fall off a ledge. Plus, how do you silence Fenway fans? That and more in this week’s Prospectus Hit List.
We close the books on the first half of the season with no change at the top four spots, but a lot of activity underneath.
The Indians, Nationals and A’s all stay hot, but the top two spots remain the same.
There’s a new team at the top of this week’s rankings, and some familiar faces at the bottom.
They’re back! The Orioles are again in the top spot on the Hit List.
There’s a change at the top for the first time in a month.
The top spot remains the same once again, while the Cubs take a big step forward and the Yankees a comparable one backwards.
Is it time to take the White Sox seriously? They won all their games last week to jump to the top of the Hit List.
The Orioles’ undefeated week pushes them near the top, while the state of Ohio drops like a rock.
The Dodgers and Marlins retain their top rankings–how does the rest of the league shape up?
The two L.A. teams are headed in opposite directions on this week’s Prospectus Hit List.
A new second baseman helps the Dodgers to a hot start, a young third baseman helps keep the Twins above water, and an old third baseman might have something left for the Giants.