St. Louis might not have Pujols, but they do have some prospects whose worst case scenarios are still pretty good.
The laws of physics dictate that two objects can’t occupy the same space, as these blocked prospects can attest.
Between the weather, the Mythbusters, and Full House reruns, life’s pretty good in San Francisco. But that doesn’t mean their top prospects can’t fail like the rest of us.
Not every prospect gets scouted on their best day, and not all performances have a positive takeaway.
Where there’s bad offense, there’s good pitching. Usually.
This weekend saw Trevor Bauer make his Triple-A debut, Dylan Bundy doing it again (with “it” being almost indescribable) and Tim Alderson regaining prospect status.
Which young Dodgers need more #want than others?
Nolan Arenado could turn into a newt, maybe. What else could go wrong for young Rockies players?
This past weekend saw some improved control, some extended hitting streaks, and a few prospects who might be worth watching after all.
Last season, you wouldn’t have known who these guys were. But thanks to some development and progress, you might start paying closer attention.
A trio of very highly-regarded pitchers leads off Arizona’s top prospect list, but they’re not sure things.
Interesting backstories dominate after this weekend’s games, with surprise performances, defensive shifts, reclaimed prospect status, disappointing contracts, and accelerated big-league arrivals all on display.
Hey, it’s the Padres. Stuff goes wrong in the majors, why can’t it go wrong in the minors, too?
We talk about great pitching prospects being Future No. 1 starters, but what does that really mean?
Yes, it’s a solid farm system, but nothing’s a sure thing with Tampa’s prospects.