Just as in any other sport, sometimes it isn’t the best team that wins, just the one that rises to the occasion.
Angel Villalona leads a parade of players finally fulfilling their promise, plus a Matt Bush sighting.
Job qualification, or baseball’s Loch Ness Monster? A conversation with Jays’ prospect Paul Phillips about the closer mentality.
Kevin took in the Midwest League All-Star Game, and offers some news and notes on some of the game’s top prospects.
Bryan looks at the biggest impact call-ups since the strike, and gives you a few names you might not yet know who could have an impact on this year’s pennant race.
Conversion projects and underdogs are today’s themes.
Kevin fires up some research on where major league starters come from, preliminary to sorting out what positions they started at.
Kevin swings through the four full-season affiliates in the always-productive AL Central farm systems.
These little tadpoles are all about projectability, as Kevin sifts through a group long on potential and short on pro experience.
What are the some of the parks that make prospect performance–and evaluating them–that much more difficult?
It’s back to the beat, as Kevin sifts through the latest pair of fistfuls of prospectdom.
Bryan breaks down which organizations should congratulate themselves on a great draft, and which have a long year ahead of them.
The latest rumors and (mis)information about first-round selections with draft day nearly upon us.
A confession about some guys Bryan’s higher on than most.
Though this week’s draft will involve over a thousand players taken with all sorts of considerations, Kevin details the 50 best pure talents.