Don't look now, but the number one prospect in all of baseball, Bryce Harper, is starting to heat up. Harper is hitting.441 over his past 10 games with five homers and 13 RBI, making him one of the hottest hitters in the minor leagues right now. But he isn't the only one tearing the cover off the ball, and you can argue that there's at least five or 10 guys who are performing at a higher level than the 2010 top-overall pick.
The 2014 Minor League Baseball season isn ’t even two weeks young, but countless prospects have already made strong early impressions at each of the four full-season levels. With most teams having played roughly 10-plus games since ... Read Post
In baseball, pitching is the name of the game. As the phrase goes, good pitching beats good hitting. Each year, a crop of young pitching prospects cracks the Major Leagues. Some only stay for a cup of coffee while others become main... Read Post