The Hawaiian Winter Baseball league currently boasts three of the top ten picks from last June's draft.
While he spent the bulk of 2008 in the majors, Jay Bruce was the youngest player in Triple-A during his 49 games stay.
Led by 20-year-old Clayton Kershaw, 20 big leaguers finished the 2008 season under the age of 23.
Before Gio Gonzalez was
struggling in the major leagues, he was struggling in Sacramento.
There were several potential first round hitters on display at the AFLAC game, including a few guys with top 10 talent.
Brett Anderson has gone from High-A to Double-A to Triple-A this season, making stops at Yankee Stadium and in Beijing in between.
Earlier this month a collection of the best High School talent gathered in historic Chavez Ravine to play in Dodger Stadium.
As we near the conclusion of the minor league season, we get a better picture of where many pitching prospects stand.
Scouting college players for next year’s draft really starts in Cape Cod, MA.
We’re over a month past the 2008 MLB draft and half of the 30 first round picks have yet to sign professional contracts.
A source close to Jake McGee has informed Project Prospect that the lefty will have Tommy John surgery.
Lincoln compares successful and unsuccessful top 50 overall picks from college since 2000.
Lincoln aims to highlight some draft talents who have remained in the shadows.
I wanted to create a statistic that shows to what extent a pitcher is dominating; something unbiased and simple. Here it is...
Conference Tournaments were held and the field of 64 was announced.
Let’s take a look at some of what college’s best
players have done to date and see who’s been bit by the injury bug now.
Some names to know if you're interested in who your team may take with its top pick next month.
A close look at Steven Daniel “Shooter” Hunt - he gets the nickname from Dennis Hooper’s character in the movie “Hoosiers”.
Matt LaPorta's journey to the professional ranks was far more complicated than he planned — and it has been worth the wait.
This past weekend I made it to see three Big-12 games and I have a lot to report on.
A crazy week resulted in some unusual box scores and impressive individual performances.
The Yankees, Marlins, and Mets have some of the youngest players by level in baseball.
This week, Lincoln provides some info on high school catcher Kyle Skipworth along with his typical college coverage.
Freshman outfield Kentrail Davis is off to an amazing college debut while some Jr. outfielders are heating up.
Shortstop Gordon Beckham and righthander Aaron Crow continue to improve their draft stock.
As the season continues Lincoln Hamilton hopes to keep everyone abreast with what’s going on in collegiate ball.
Instead of just accepting an old baseball truism, Lincoln decided to
put it to the test. His instruments: inches for height and VORP for
The final article on the Hawaii Winter League provides conclusions about the offensive nature of the league and its top prospects.
Mat Gamel has been one of the best hitters in Hawaii. Bud Norris has been among the league's most dominant arms.
Austin Jackson continues to prove that his hot finish to the 2007 regular season was no fluke.