Having never run across any publicly available attempts of
using numbers to evaluate draft prospects, I devised my own.
From Scherzer's debut to Fausto's troubles, Phil tells you what he was reminded of while watching this week's MLB action.
We still don't think the Indians and Cliff Lee fantasy owners have a born-again ace in their hands.
Because of two games, I'll never watch the minor leagues the same way again.
From Aaron Laffey to Michael Inoa, Phil Brody tells you what he's seen in baseball over the past week.
Here is a very early look at top 10 sophomores in college baseball who will be eligible for the 2009 MLB draft.
The MLB Draft only about five weeks away and loyal fans are already starting to think about who their team could be taking.
I See Your Scherzer and Raise You A Meloan.
Focused on rookies, Phil Brody is back with his observations on happenings in major and minor league baseball.
those of you who want to remain true fans of terrible teams, here's my
three-step program for coping with a hopeless season.
We didn't know it at the time, but on February 18th, 2008 Project Prospect adopted 12 prospects.
If you're like me, you don't consider it real fantasy baseball unless Jason Neighborgall is owned by someone in your league.
Majors, minors, regional television rights, Phil Brody brings you the word on the street in his debut Project Prospect column.
If there's a 2008 version of Carlos Pena's fantasy arrival, we hope that we've captured him on this list.
With Crow's stock on the rise, some people are now leaning toward him as the No. 1 pitcher in the 2008 Draft.
Tim Melville may be raw at this point but the big righty still figures to be a first-round pick in 2008.
For those of you who A) aren’t in Japan, or B) were too cool to wake up at 3 a.m. Pacific Standard Time.
In the latest edition of Project Fantasy, Ray Lin breaks down what to expect from Jeff Francoeur in 2008.
Who are some of the fastest players in the minors and who may have to change positions?
Our first close look at one of 2008's top draft prospects.
Over half players in our top 100 were also in BA, BP, ESPN, and Mound Talk’s. So what really separates these lists?
With the 2008 season on the horizon, here are six wishes for the semi-immediate baseball future.
Off with the gloves and on with the lumber. Last season had plenty of breakouts, so who's it going to be this year?
A victim of a catastrophic knee injury three years ago, 25-year-old Jason Kubel is primed for a huge year.
Looking for a few bets to break out on the mound this season? Here's what our fantasy columist and community came up with.
Spring training is approaching, and that means it’s time to start strapping on the cleats for fantasy baseball.
While it’s hard to say goodbye to what was once a good thing, the A’s have made it easier by embracing Fremont.
Houston, having as good of a chance to find your next top prospect on Neptune as you do in Corpus Christi is a problem.
John Wolff and his father Rick guide readers through their experiences as minor leaguers. The Harvard grads provide a fascinating depiction of what life is like for many minor leaguers.
With the 2007 Draft a thing of the past and every first rounder signed,
now is the time to take note of who has excelled in the early stages of
their respective careers.