Minor League Ball Gameday: Wednesday, April 23
Gregory Polanco keeps annihilating AAA while Masahiro Tanaka continues to be allergic to walking people.
Hey folks, welcome back to the Gameday. I'm pressed for time today so no recaps, but all the juicy details I usually go over can be found below in the Top 100. We have a pair of Top 100 pitching match ups, leading to a tasty pair of Duels of the Day and we also have the rest of ...
Reds prospect Ben Lively mows down California League
Cincinnati Reds pitching prospect Ben Lively is making mincemeat of the High-A California League. Last night he threw six shutout innings against Modesto, allowing one hit and one walk, fanning ten. The walk was the first free pass he's given up all year: through 23 innings over four starts...
Prospect of the Day: Luis Sardinas, INF, Texas Rangers
The Texas Rangers promoted infielder Luis Sardinas to the major league roster this week. Although Jurickson Profar and Rounged Odor receive more attention when Rangers infield prospects are discussed,...
2013 Community Mock Draft Update - NL Central
A quick update on how every team's picks fared last year.
The Community Mock Draft we held last year was a really fun event that I know I'm looking forward to this year. Part of the fun is looking back to see how the picks played out. Check out the NL East here after you check out how the NL Central picks fared.
College Baseball Weekend Roundup (Apr. 18-20)
Easter weekend of college baseball is in the books as we approach the month of May.
It's about that time that the bracketologists break out their tourney predictions with just month left in the regular season. Here's how the field is currently shaping up
Minor League Ball Gameday: Tuesday, April 22
Stats, starters and injuries all in one place.
Hello folks and welcome to the Gameday. Lets skip the small talk and get to the goodies.
A handful of Top 100 pitchers got on the bump but none was more impressive than Brewers AAA righty Jimmy Nelson. Last n...
Minor League Notes: Steven Matz, Jake DeGrom
A couple of notes today about a pair of interesting New York Mets pitching prospects: Steven Matz and Jacob deGrom. Both are Tommy John survivors.
Prospect of the Day: Jonathan Singleton, 1B, Houston Astros
Houston Astros first base prospect Jonathan Singleton is off to an excellent start so far in 2014. Through 18 games for the Triple-A Oklahoma City Red Hawks of the Pacific Coast Leagu...
Minor League Ball Gameday: Monday, April 21
Half the minors had an off day for Easter, but nine of the Top 45 pitchers toed the rubber so check out how they fared in their outings.
Hello prospect watchers all over the world. Welcome to the Minor League Ball Gameday thread! It was a good day to be a Top 100 pitcher yesterday as you'll soon see. Nine pitchers toed the rubber (eight starters), and all b...
Brewers prospect Johnny Hellweg remains a work in progress
He is able to light up the radar gun, but command issues continue to plague him
The knock against Johnny Hellweg, the Brewers number four prospect, has been his lack of command (330 BB in 477.0 IP and 8...
Prospect grade update
Jeri and I are working on editing the 2014 Baseball Prospect Book. The .pdf version will be emailed to everyone who orders the book, either the .pdf version or the paper copy, as soon as the editing process is complete. Part of the editing process involves reviewing each grade for each player. These get chang...
Prospect of the Day: Jorge Polanco, INF, Minnesota Twins
With the 2014 Baseball Prospect Book finally heading towards rapid completion, it is time to get back on full track here at Minor League Ball. Today we resume the Prospect of the Day feature. Our first subject is Minnesota Twins ...