22-year-old Ryan Rolison was named to the 60-man player pool for the Colorado Rockies. What do the Rockies have in this left-hander?
Something got into Daulton Varsho in July 2019, and the results were spectacular!
Canaan Smith-Njigba is not as well known as other prospects, and is thus farther down the rankings. This outfielder who played in A-ball in 2019 has his backers, though, so let’s see what we can find out about Mr. Smith.
Giants fans, would you like something to feel good about? Read on about young left-hander Seth Corry.
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…
The scouts are mixed, 2018 was concerning, 2019 looked better. Will the real Ryan Vilade please stand up?
Can you dream of great things? There are times looking at a pitching prospect where you can see greatness in his future, but it’s a future that is far into the distance, with many obstacles in the way.
Another Pirates outfield prospect. What does Travis bring to the table?
Jared Oliva sure looked good in the Arizona Fall League (.312/.413/.473 in 109 PA). Is he as good as all that? Was that a true picture of his talents?
Chasing catcher prospects in the fantasy baseball world is often like a prospector’s eyes lighting up when sighting fool’s gold. It looks like the real thing, but it leaves you disappointed in the end. So when examining the stats of a catcher prospect, be careful… What makes Luis Campusano worthy of our attention? Let’s meet himContinue reading “Luis Campusano *, C, SD”
With 54 IP at AAA already, is Wil Crowe ready for the majors?
The #3 overall pick in the 2016 Draft is knocking on the door. What can we expect?
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!
After an injury-filled 2018, look what Davis did in 2019.
Not enough numbers to work with, but oh those scouting reports!
Major league teams need pitchers like Harol Gonzalez too.
The scouts don’t rank him, but he was an All Star in the Florida State League, so what gives?
What do you look for in a power-hitting corner infielder?
When you are this tall, you shouldn’t be playing SS, and yet…
Scouts are not as high on Jonathan India as they were. Why?
2017 was great. 2018 was not. 2019 was great. 2020 will be…?
He did what was asked of him after he was drafted. Is that enough?
A year after being drafted in the 35th round, the Dodgers made Kody Hoese a 1st-round pick. What did they see?
He was only 17, and he’s a catcher, so how much could we expect of him anyway? Well…
Less than a year after he was the 1st-round pick by the Brewers, 23-year-old Ethan Small proved to be anything but small on the pitcher’s mound, but he did it in only 21 IP. Naturally the scouts want to see more than just a college graduate beating up on low level batters. With that proviso in mind, let’s look at his skills, shall we?Born: February 14, 1997B/T: Left/Left6’3″, 214-lbsDrafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1st round of the 2019 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Mississippi State […]