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4/27 ​UPDATE: â€‹The Baseball Prospectus Prospect Tracker is now located at baseballprospectus.com/prospect_tracker.

Prospect connoisseurs, meet your new home page.

Introducing Baseball Prospectus' new (and free!) Top 101 and Top 11 Prospects stats pages, your one-stop source for current and comprehensive information about the game's up-and-coming stars.

In addition to viewing rankings and statistics for this season, you can also wax nostalgic about the prospects of yesteryear, dating back to 2007, with just a click of the mouse. Are you curious which of Kevin's Top 101 prospects hit the most home runs in 2008? Sort by clicking the "HR" column header and you'll quickly see that Chris Carter led the way with 39. Learn more about Carter by clicking on his name and visiting his full player card. Following your favorite team's best and brightest prospects is as simple as bookmarking their Top 11 prospects page (here's an example).

Top 101 Prospects Stats

Top 11 Prospects Stats

Notice a bug? Have a suggestion for how we can make these pages better and more useful? Feel free to send me an e-mail or let us know what you think in the comments.

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jlogandjr
4/16
Oh...uh..(spits out 'what I'm drinking')...YES! I don't have to search for my favorite players on milb...or click through what seems like a bajillion menus to get to that player's team stats page each time. Yes. Very cool.
psugator01
4/16
omg this is the neatest thing i've ever seen. nice work, gentlemen
BStephen
4/16
Way Cool !! FYI You Still Have Rizzo with Padres!
bradleyankrom
4/16
Yes, that's a quirk of timing. Rizzo was ranked as a Padre but dealt to Chicago after the Cubs' list had already been published. Similar case for Jesus Montero, who was traded to Seattle after the Mariners list had run, but before he was able to be ranked as a Yankee... so he doesn't appear on any 2012 top 11.
ChrisStJohn
4/16
Could there be a PA column as well? I expect PA negligence (PAN) from mainstream media, but not you, Baseball Prospectus. PAN is a widespread and dangerous disease, infecting everyone from broadcasters to players. Fortunately, it is easily treatable with a small serving of education.
jwschaefer
4/16
Might be useful to allow you to pick a previous year prospect list, but still show current year stats.
pakdawgie
4/16
This is a great tool! Much appreciated.
shmooville
4/16
Agreed. Very cool. Nice addition to BP.
kmbart
4/16
Nice. Could you add mouseover comments on the headings, specifically what the "H" and "I" mean in the STARS column? Thanks!
bradleyankrom
4/16
The mouseovers are a great idea. The "H"s and "I"s should render as filled-in stars and outlined stars, respectively. Can you tell me what browser/operating system you're using?
kmbart
4/16
IE7 under XP SP3.
jivas21
4/16
Very, very cool and useful resource. Thanks!
nils707
4/16
Where can we find this when the links aren't right here on the blog? Awesome idea.
Timcarvin
4/16
Oh wow. This is absolutely positively fantastic. What an amazing addition to BP
cknapp34
4/16
Holy Mother of the Lord, BP gets more awesome with every passing hour!
CSPitt17130
4/17
Delmonico is missing from the O's top 20.
BarryR
4/17
This is great. Wonderful idea, fine execution.
andtinez
4/17
This is awesome.
Behemoth
4/17
One thing that would be really useful is a direct link to the top 11 article on each page. If it was possible, and I realise it would involve more work, it would be useful to have some info on what's happened to the missing players (eg. in extended spring training, injured or whatever). As a minor detail, Kirk Niewenhuis is showing up twice on the Mets page. Finally, I'm also getting the H/I stuff with IE8/Windows 7.
Behemoth
4/17
Also, meant to say that this is great.
Behemoth
4/17
Ignore the Nieuwenhuis comment - he's listed twice because he's played at two levels. I'm clearly less intelligent early in the mornings.
bradleyankrom
4/19
Added links to Kevin's writeups today. Click on the [article] link in the title heading to be whisked away.
Ecrazy
4/17
This is amazing. Can we add AGE to the summary?
bradleyankrom
4/17
Added age to both reports.
Deadheadbrewer
4/17
Even if I'm too old to use this word, I still have to say--this is AWESOME!
rwmiller98
4/17
Very nice and much appreciated. Thank you.
Ecrazy
4/23
Please get this up and running again! It was the best new addition to the site in ages
msurell
4/27
I am still seeing an under construction message. Do you guys have any idea when the prospect stat pages should be up and running again??
bradleyankrom
4/27
Sorry, I should have updated this post when we re-launched the Prospect Tracker at a different URL. It can now be accessed at baseballprospectus.com/prospect_tracker.
bradleyankrom
5/03