The U.S. Team includes power arms, toolsy outfielders and a dazzling collection of infielders.
Carlos Correa will not play, shifting the spotlight to Julio Urias, Javier Baez, Francisco Lindor and the rest of a talented, if somewhat raw, squad.
The Yankees take on Arizona’s salary and get a pretty good pitcher, while Seth Smith gets an extension in San Diego and the Angels get a left-handed reliever.
The A’s go all in, and the Cubs add to their prospect stockpile.
The final debate before the complete list appears.
The Astros call up the outfielder they stole from Philadelphia.
Who won, who lost, and who got left behind in the 2013 draft? Let’s redraft and find out.
Eyes on five prominent amateurs: potential no. 1 pick Brady Aiken, Jordan Brink, Ben Wetzler, Jace Fry and Michael Cederoth.
The Rockies demote Franklin Morales to their bullpen and bring up one of their top pitching prospects to fill his shoes.
The Angels’ beleaguered bullpen gets some reinforcement in the form of a righty with eye-popping peripherals.
The final draft Ten Pack of the season features end-of-year notes from the Midwest and Southern California.
Is the Angels’ newly promoted prospect worth your time, attention, and dynasty-league dollars?
Springer, Buxton, Appel and others: The Opening Day assignments that require some explanation.
Where every player on the BP Top 101 will be starting the minor-league season.
Attacking the Reds’ leadoff hitter and OBP extraordinaire.