The Baseball Hall of Fame opens its vault of old scouting reports, and the BP crew sifts through them for the most intriguing observations.
Who has improved their draft stock with strong spring showings?
Aaron Hicks finally flashed some of his potential last night. Tonight, Bartolo Colon will look to halt Ian Kinsler and the Rangers.
As this weekend demonstrated, the Blue Jays can’t get by on power alone. Tonight, the Dodgers will pin their hopes on Josh Beckett as they face Bryce Harper and the Nationals.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
For the first time ever, the Perfect Game Pre-Draft Showcase will be streamed live online.
The BP Fantasy Team answers a bevy of questions, including whether now is the time to take deals for Giancarlo Stanton.
When a team is drafting, how does it distinguish which talents might be the most reasonable targets?
Yesterday, Scott Kazmir and the Indians turned back the clock in their victory over the A’s. Tonight, Pablo Sandoval will probably not try to be patient while facing Tim Hudson.
The Nationals’ offense is off to a sluggish start. Our beat reporter also checks in with the potential use of pitcher helmets, Roy Halladay, and scouts’ takes.
Yesterday, King Felix put on a show against the Pirates. Tonight, Cody Ross is set to do battle with Cole Hamels.
What has the BP staff learned about the 2013 season in the early going?
Last night, Craig Kimbrel blew his third save in five tries. Tonight, Matt Moore will try to contain Rajai Davis at the dish and on the basepaths.
Who are the can’t-miss corner-infield prospects in the upcoming draft?
Last night, Paul Goldschmidt proved he still owns Chris Capuano. Tonight, Hiroki Kuroda will try to continue his good fortunes against Dexter Fowler.