Prospects have a long way to climb to reach the majors. After their 2012 efforts, these guys need to keep climbing.
Jason has some scouting notes on Miguel Almonte, Taylor Jungmann, and Bubba Starling.
There was a very good reason that Baseball Prospectus championed the idea that There’s No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect. But is that an outdated idea?
While he’s not yet tested at the upper levels, the Angels might have something in third baseman Kaleb Cowart.
Do the fall instructional leagues make Arizona feel less hot?
Which minor-league full-season statistical leaders were mostly mirage?
Time for instructional leagues, and time for a number of players to take a step or two forward.
Is changing a player’s approach at the plate like getting someone to quit smoking? And how does learning ability affect development?
The Royals summon one of their top pitching prospects to the majors for some major-league seasoning.
As promised, our prospect coverage takes a big step forward.
Breaking down a pair of position player prospects who made major strides in the Pirates’ system this season.
Jason revisits some pre-season predictions where he was either too high or too low on someone, and why.
Though we’ve reached the playoffs for the minor leagues, there are still performances worth thinking about.
The Padres’ top catching prospect is superb behind the plate, but will he hit?
The Phillies just called up Darin Ruf. Who is he, and what kind of future does he have?
We kick off a retooled Monday Morning Ten Pack, complete with new contributors.