What can the staff psychologist/stathead learn from the way our prospect expert describes players’ problems?
Ben and Sam discuss the Tigers’ predictably bad defense and the unpredictably bad Brandon Wood.
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.
After missing much of the season due to elbow issues, Casey Kelly gave Padres fans cause for hope in his big-league debut at Petco Park.
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.
With the AL RoY award a foregone conclusion this year, Kevin sets his sights on who might get some hardware from 2013’s rookie class.
Jason takes his crazy to Staten Island to catch a few NY prospects in action.
The Braves and Rays see a young pitcher each raise their stock, and the Mariners have one who’s puzzling us all.
The next hard-throwing right-handed Tigers reliever has made great strides this season and isn’t far from Detroit.
Thanks to the new draft rules quite a few 2012 draftees are already playing, and already increasing their stock.
Ben and Sam discuss Kenny Williams’ contention that the poorly rated White Sox farm system is just misunderstood, then consider whether the Cubs should be concerned about Starlin Castro’s makeup.
What the heck happened to Gordon Beckham?
Loads of pitchers from the weekend continued to reestablish themselves as players to watch.
Jeff Luhnow’s first task was to clear the mess Ed Wade made, and he’s already given the Astros a fresh start.