With a strong showing in Double-A, Jesse Biddle is inching closer to the majors.
The Red Sox’ rotation has been solid to date, but if it needs reinforcement, Allen Webster could soon be ready to provide it.
Jameson Taillon’s curveball made a scout whom Zach spoke with giddy.
Orioles prospect Kevin Gausman continues to impress and might not be in the minors much longer.
Diamondbacks righty Archie Bradley flashed the dominant stuff that gives him an ace-level ceiling.
Reds righty Robert Stephenson has blown batters away in both of his first two starts this year.
A missed flight resulted in David Dahl’s demotion to extended spring training, landing the Rockies prospect in “The Ugly.”
Last year’s top pick Carlos Correa delivered an outstanding performance on Saturday.
After a 14-strikeout debut in Triple-A, Tony Cingrani could soon be ready for a rotation role with the Reds.
Collin Cowgill made a splash in his Mets debut, hitting the team’s first Opening Day grand slam since 1995.
Jedd Gyorko earned an everyday job in the Padres’ infield with a strong spring.
Jonathan Singleton’s 50-game suspension will hold him back a bit, but he’s still the top first-base prospect in the minors.
Evan Gattis makes his way to the majors.
Aaron Hicks has secured the Opening Day center-field job in Minnesota with an outstanding spring.
Notes from Florida on prospects from six organizations.