Kevin looks into the very near future for young players who could find themselves in headlines over the next few weeks.
Kevin dutifully informs Cubs fans that their first base prospects are fringe at best, while the Pirates deal with some injured arms in this roundup of NL disappointments.
The regular season may be over, but Kevin brings us a special playoff edition of the Ten Pack.
Kevin continues his series by looking at those NL players who raised their stock the most this past season.
It’s not all rosy for the following AL prospects, who hurt their stock with subpar 2006 seasons.
Kevin goes team-by-team to show which AL minor leaguers had great years and improved their prospect status.
Kevin bumps his Monday feature to Tuesday, and has news on Tyler Clippard, Jeff Baker, Alex Gordon, and some sleepers in the Arizona and Oakland organizations.
Kevin sits down with the #1 pick from the 2006 draft, Luke Hochevar, to talk about the previous year’s draft, his subsequent play in an independent league, and his future as a Royal.
Kevin moves to the starboard side and looks at the top 20 right-handed prospects currently in the minors.
This year’s first round was considered a fairly weak draft class, and Kevin wonders how they’re all faring. Turns out, they’re not doing so badly.
Kevin has an update on Alex Gordon that comes with a bold prediction, and has some news on Andrew Miller, another sleeper in the Dodgers’ system, and a pitching prospect in Tampa to balance out the position player goodies.
Kevin winds down the weekend with updates on Delmon Young, Troy Tulowitzki, Alex Gordon, Andrew McCutcheon, and more.
The new Hawaii Winter League isn’t exactly new, writes Kevin Goldstein. Hawaii has a rich history of baseball that involves many of today’s stars, and one man is making sure that history continues.
Kevin ranks the top fifteen lefty starters in the minors, featuring a few Dodgers and a prize from the Jim Thome trade.
In his final roundup of the year, Kevin looks at the systems of the NL West: close in the standings, but not when it comes to farm systems.