This ten-pack goes to twelve, as Kevin catches up after a long weekend.
What scouts are saying about players like Casey Janssen, Anthony Reyes, and more.
With the draft now two weeks away, Kevin zooms in on the volatile first round, and offers some thoughts on how it may shake out…particularly since a familiar name may have re-entered the picture.
Kevin restarts his weekly trip around the minor leagues, heading back to where it all began in the AL Central.
Kevin has the latest news from around the minors, including a retirement and a position player goat-turned-hero…on the mound and at the plate.
Kevin’s latest prospect notebook covers up-and-comers from the Rockies, A’s, Rangers and Astros organizations.
Kevin catches up with current Cal Leaguer Reid Brignac, the “other” shortstop prospect in the Tampa system.
Kevin takes a swing through the prospects and suspects of the affiliates of the Pete Rozelle dream division–“Parity Fever, Catch It!”
Kevin has a verdict on Howie Kendrick’s big league trial, passes along updates on some promising young college and minor league arms, and reports on the progress of former BP No. 1 prospect Andy Marte.
Kevin adds some thoughts to Joe Sheehan’s recent analysis of closer usage patterns, and wonders at the current development strategies teams use for their closing needs.
We’ve heard the rumor about who the Royals will select with their top draft pick this year, and Kevin takes a closer look at that decision.
Kevin hits the AL’s four-team division for a roundup of all their recent minor league happenings.
Kevin has an update on the recent happenings around college and the minors, including a Kerry Wood rehab start, a well-attended Stanford-Cal game, and a ridiculously high pitch count for Tim Lincecum.
Kevin has some verdicts on the hot/cold starts of some minor leaguers he’s frequently asked about.
Kevin has an update on this year’s amateur draft.