While we wait for Cole Henry to recover from Thoracic Outlet surgery, what do his skills tell us await Nationals fans in the future?
Category Archives: NL East
Darius Vines, RHP, ATL
He’s succeeding at the highest minor league levels. What’s next for Darius Vines?
Max Meyer, RHP, MIA
Tommy John Surgery has pushed back Max Meyer’s debut to probably 2024. What can we expect when he does return?
Andrew Painter, RHP, PHI
This is me telling you to trade for Andrew Painter as soon as y– oh, never mind, it’s too late.
Jared Shuster, LHP, ATL
Have you ever tried to submerge a cork in water? Meet Jared Shuster.
AJ Smith-Shawver, RHP, ATL
When you have a pitcher who walks too many, but scouts drool over, what gives? Meet AJ Smith-Shawver.
Brady House, SS, WAS
Sometimes you have a great year, and sometimes you just need a do-over year. Meet Brady House, the 200th prospect profiled on this site.
Eury Pérez, RHP, MIA
Meet the next big (and I mean big) pitching prospect for the Marlins: Eury Pérez.
Griff McGarry, RHP, PHI
A reader tipped me off to Griff McGarry, and I said he walks too many. He insisted I look again, and I again said he walks too many. He told me to take another look, I did so, and I discovered something interesting…
Logan O’Hoppe *, C, PHI
Logan O’Hoppe (oh-HOP-ee) is having a fine season. Is he a top catcher prospect now?
Jose Butto *, RHP, NYM
Jose Butto has one of those pitching stat tables that just speaks to me.
Cade Cavalli *, RHP, WAS
When do the numbers not tell the whole story? When they describe Cade Cavalli.
Hans Crouse *, RHP, PHI
Hans Crouse made it all the way to the major leagues last season. Can he jump right into the Phillies rotation in 2022?
Carlos Cortes, 2B/OF, NYM
24-year-old Carlos Cortes is having a fine Arizona Fall League start. Does he have what it takes to be more than a role player in the majors?
Bryson Stott *, SS, PHI
Bryson Stott could always hit, which is how he wound up a 1st-round pick by the Phillies. But the knock on him was that the raw power might not translate to game power, and his habit of expanding the strike zone by being athletic enough to reach for pitches waaay out of the zone mightContinue reading “Bryson Stott *, SS, PHI”
Zach McCambley, RHP, MIA
Another pop-up prospect, Zach McCambley has roared through the High-A Central league as if he were a man on a mission. What is his mission? Read on…
Cristian Pache *, OF, ATL
Let’s look at some rookie-eligible players likely to make their team’s Opening Day rosters. We will start with young Braves outfielder Cristian Pache.
Jackson Rutledge, LHP, WAS
Only drafted a year ago, Jackson Rutledge has made a good impression already.
Kyle Wright *, RHP, ATL
With over 40 innings pitched at the major league level, Kyle Wright is about to lose his rookie eligibility. Before that happens, let’s see how he got here.
Ronny Mauricio, SS, NYM
One of the top international prospects signed in 2017, how has Ronny Mauricio done since then? Hint, we won’t be looking at the numbers too hard…
Wil Crowe *, RHP, WAS
With 54 IP at AAA already, is Wil Crowe ready for the majors?
Ian Anderson *, RHP, ATL
The #3 overall pick in the 2016 Draft is knocking on the door. What can we expect?
Alex Vesia*, LHP, MIA
Thanks to Nick Randall of PitcherList and his article there today, I was made aware of Alex Vesia. You should be made aware of him too!
Matthew Allan, RHP, NYM
Not enough numbers to work with, but oh those scouting reports!
Harol Gonzalez, RHP, NYM
Major league teams need pitchers like Harol Gonzalez too.