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Prospect Hunting: On The Radar for Week 3

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” – Socrates As I take another look around the minor leagues, I am not a scout nor claim to be one. I do try and track players who have had a nice week and keeping them in mind as injuries or playing time comes available. [...]

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Prospect Hunting: On the Radar

“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X It is never too soon to keep tabs on who is off to a great start in the minor leagues, especially when the player ahead of them may be struggling. Fantasy baseball is a long season, so here are some interesting stats from [...]

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2013′s Top 125 Prospects [UPDATE]

Over a month ago I released my 2nd annual top 125 prospect list. After a site-record amount of comments and views for one article as well as great reader feedback, I decided to update the list. There are a few different reasons for each of these changes — impressive results in spring training, new scouting [...]

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2013′s Top 125 Prospects

Whether it is for a dynasty keeper league, pure fanhood, or random perusing, prospects are always a fun and interesting part of the baseball world. For the second consecutive year, I decided to produce a list of my top 125 prospects. This is neither a fantasy guide nor a straight real-life evaluation. These are my [...]

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Who The Eff Is This Guy: Matt Adams

On Sunday May 20th, the Cardinals placed Lance Berkman on the 15-day DL and made room for one of my favorite prospects in baseball, Matt Adams, to come up to the major league roster and hypothetically start at first base. Before we get into his tools and fantasy value, let’s start by talking about who [...]

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2012′s Top 125 Prospects

Let me preface this project I have undertaken by saying in no way am I truly qualified as a prospect evaluator. In my time watching baseball, however, I have seen trends among prospects and love to take my own opinion. The way I generally arrived to my observations, and eventual rankings, was by looking over [...]

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