Cameron Maybin, Joc Pederson, Lewis Brinson, and Derek Fisher all graduate, but there’s a new batch of stashables.
Does losing in the majors and winning in the minors eventually lead to long-term success?
Going deep, deep, deep undercover to find prospects (or non-prospects) for your deepest of leagues. Bring your diving bell!
Hello, Bourjos! In the AL, Peter Bourjos returns to relevancy with the Raysâ€”perhapsâ€”and Alen Hanson gets an opportunity with the White Soxâ€”maybe. On the NL side, Kirby Yates might be the “right” man for the job in the Padres bullpen, and Jose Pirela has a chance to play without much competition.
White Sox prospect Alec Hansen has been working on his game in the low minors for an extended period, and it appears to be paying off. Plus, analysis of 10 more guys!
The hard-throwing lefty takes his fastball/slider combo to the Brewers’ bullpen, for now.
Come for the Mallex Smith analysis, but stay for the tale of the Curse of the Washington Nationals Bullpen. And have some iced tea. Have some!
Hunter Pence, Jacob Faria and Sean Newcomb say hello to active major-league duty and good-bye to the List. A.J. Reed also bids adios, but it’s because there’s seemingly no way for him to reach the majors right now.
Eric Young Jr. will haunt your dreams after Mike’s mini-biography.
Yoan Moncada and Julio Urias lead the wayâ€”but for how much longer?
Bo Bichette continues to look like the real deal. Others, such as Yeyson Yrizarri, look to be in trouble.
Ian Happ finds playing time in Chicago. Bradley Zimmer is given a chance in Cleveland. Matt Adams finds a lifeline (for a while) Atlanta. Don’t look now at Whit Merrifield. Just don’t. His name is Rio and the bid is $82.
It’s Happening! The Cubs have called up their top prospect, infielder Ian Happ, to the big-league club. What should we expect?