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?
Laid up with a knee injury, Jason scouts the recent Yu Darvish-Chris Archer matchup from the couch.
Tom Tango wants YOU to submit a scouting report for your favorite team.
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.
What can the staff psychologist/stathead learn from the way our prospect expert describes players’ problems?
Checking in on five prominent starters who’ve seen noticeable changes in their mechanical timing this season.
Home runs do not a prospect make. Brandon Wood can prove it.
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.
Doug dissects the mechanics of Oakland’s surprisingly successful starters.
The Area Code Games offer the best opportunity for MLB officials to evaluate amateur talent. Our resident former GM explains all.
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.