Kevin cautions against targeting players who look like they have a lot of trade value, but not much to offer in terms of actual value.
After tackling the World players last week, Jason returns with notes on the US players from this year’s Futures Game.
This weekend saw some performances from a few players who are getting awfully close to the majors.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves by jumping to conclusions about the way this year’s signing deadline played out.
Jason saw the future…s game.
With the 2012 Futures Game behind us, Kevin wonders about the roster of the future Futures Game.
A 2012 draftee has struck out in his first 16 at-bats as a professional. What does that say about him? And more importantly, what does it say about baseball?
Donavan Tate’s not tearing up the high minors yet?
Some draftees don’t hit the short-season leagues until the year after they’re drafted, making them easy to forget about. Don’t.
Kevin took in the Midwest League All-Star game, and has some random thoughts on who did well, and who did not.
Kevin fields a team of players who might not be polished now, but nevertheless have the potential to be great.
Who are the prospects that the BP staff most enjoys rooting for?
Using traditional fantasy stat categories, Kevin runs down the 2012 draftees most likely to perform well in each one.
Is it better for a prospect to be very good at an age-appropriate level, or very young in an advanced league?
Past the top 8 picks, the rest of yesterday’s first round played out very differently than was expected.