Kevin catches up with a few scouts for some input on top center field prospect Cameron Maybin, two lesser-known Twins pitchers, Colby Rasmus, and more.
Is your team’s center fielder having a tough time with those long throws? Does he struggle to catch up to fly balls in the gap? Better hope they have a prospect that makes Kevin’s list.
Kevin’s Magic Bus stops in the AL West, where he catches up with some over- and underperformers in baseball’s four-team division.
An already-strong system might get stronger next year, a former Pirate resurfaces, and a 2005 draft pick has a chance to make an impact on the AL Wild Card.
Kevin shares some scouting notes on some top prospects in the Texas system, and some not-so-top prospects in Arizona.
Kevin moves on to the young corner outfielders, where there’s more than a little controversy about the Devil Rays on the list.
Kevin runs through the best of the NL East, which includes a Ryan Wagner sighting and a look at some truly barren upper-level systems.
Kevin has updates on Howie Kendrick, Dan Johnson, Neil Walker, and Yuliesky Gourriel, among others.
The prospect maven knows many pleasures, one of which is browsing through old Baseball Digests and wondering aloud, “Where did the term ‘makeup’ come from?”
There’s plenty of Angels in the infield as Kevin identifies the best shortstop prospects in the land.
Updates on Reid Brignac, Evan Longoria, Dustin Pedroia, Ricky Romero, Eric Duncan, Travis Snider and Robinzon Diaz make this AL East edition of Future Shock a must-read.
Kevin’s latest two fistfuls of prospects near and far from the major leagues.
Kevin checks in with how the former Long Beach State star is enjoying life after his first month as a Devil Rays farmhand
Kevin turns his attentions to the hot corner, a position where there’s a big difference between the really promising and everyone else.
Kevin has some news from the Sunshine state, where scouts disagree on Twins infielder Trevor Plouffe.
Kevin takes a look at the NL Central, with some highly regarded Brewers making some noise, and some once highly-regarded Pirates making very quiet peeps.