A Nabokovian report from the Triple-A National Championship(Reno Aces 10, Pawtucket Red Sox 3).
Jason revisits some pre-season predictions where he was either too high or too low on someone, and why.
Home runs do not a prospect make. Brandon Wood can prove it.
The least-prominent player in the Tigers’ big deadline trade might amount to something in Miami.
BP’s prospect coverage is about to take on a new look for 2013, and Jason is excited to be a big part of it.
The Orioles’ most promising prospect probably won’t be bound for Baltimore this season, but regardless of when he arrives, he seems destined for the top of the O’s rotation.
Do pitchers get worse at the plate the more time they spend in the minor leagues?
Jason’s been thinking about how some prospects don’t lose status by struggling, while others do.
Jason’s been thinking about a few minor leaguers who are getting close to big-league promotions.
We haven’t seen much of Michael Ynoa since the A’s signed him to a big bonus in 2008, but he’s healthy now and still showing plenty of promise.
A few late-year promotions are looking pretty good, and a few even have the chance to get big league looks before too long.
Jason doesn’t always agree with how some prospects are seen nationally, and so he examines three he likes more–and three he likes less–than most others.
Scouts weigh in on some familiar prospect names from the high minors, and some not-so-familiar names from the complex leagues.
Every now and again, there’s a performance that Kevin cannot stop thinking about. This weekend, Austin Wood gave that performance.
This weekend featured some outstanding play from a guy desperately needing a change of scenery, and a guy who shouldn’t get too used to his.
Jason attempts to relax after a Lakewood vs. Hickory game with a beer.