Brett Sullivan takes an in-depth look at nine prospects on the rise, including Daniel Hudson, Thomas Neal, and Wily Peralta.
Initially panned as an overdraft, Jordan Lyles has quieted his doubters and has emerged as a top pitching prospect.
Adam Foster has been studying the draft in detail for four years now. And he's just starting to understand it.
Scott Burgess got a chance to see top RHP high school pitcher Jacob Turner pitch in his final high school game.
An above-average ground-ball pitcher with excellent command, Kelly has also been striking out a good amount of batters.
This week, Minors Only takes a look two emerging hitters: Pedro Florimon Jr. and Josh Thole.
Ryan takes a look at two prospects going in different directions: Mauricio Robles (upward) and Kyle Skipworth (downward).
This week, Minors Only chats with longtime Birmingham Barons broadcaster Curt Bloom.
Two of Project Prospects long-time favorites, Alberto Callaspo and Aaron Laffey, are finally emerging in the big leagues.
Brett Sullivan takes an in-depth look at seven sleepers, including Manuel Banuelos and Tyson Gillies.
This week, Minors Only examines Arizona's newest member and a starter in Toronto's system who has
A startling number of elite prospects opened the 2009 season in the big leagues.
This week, Minors Only takes a look at a resurgent Tony Thomas, a scuffling Jefry Marte, an emerging Manny Pina, and more.
You will see the column every Wednesday and it will highlight various players from around the minor leagues.
There isn't a shortage of elite rookie hitters in the big leagues right now. And there are more on the way.
Brian Booker brought his HD camera with him to get some shots of Beckham, Viciedo and the Barons on April 18th.
Deep Dynasty Fishing is back! Brett Sullivan takes an in-depth look at 10 up-and-coming prospects.
An updated look at the top college prospects for the 2009 MLB draft; Stephen Strasburg dominates, Dustin Ackley and Rich Poythress keep mashing. Plus, find out why you should be leery of Grant Green and Alex White.
The future ace of the Texas Rangers made his MLB debut in a tough relief spot but showed poise and stuff that belies his age.
Zimmermann may has a 92-94 fastball, but it's straight and hittable. He'll need to harness his curveball to become a No. 1-2.
Curious about his arsenal and pitch selection, we watched Trevor Cahill's first two starts so we could report on all 200 pitches.
I went out to San Jose Municipal Stadium last night with the goal of learning as much as possible about Main and Alderson.
Aside from a bit of an unlucky 5-run second inning, Brett Anderson pitched well in his big league debut.
Porcello located a 89-92 fastball with excellent movement but struggled with offspeed consistency in his MLB debut.
After watching Carrasco's 3/26/09 start against the Yankees, we see why he's such a hot-and-cold prospect. Inconsistency.
We had a great view of Madison Bumgarner's Apr. 1 start against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Following up on the four in-season Deep Dynasty Fishing articles, Brett Sullivan looks back at how he did in finding prospects.
We got a detailed look at exactly what makes Michael Bowden one of the best pitching prospects in baseball.
We charted every pitch of Tommy Hanson's March 18th start against the Mets.
We see Villalona as a guy who still has some major adjustments to make if he's ever going to find success in the big leagues.