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There are a thousand things that I disagree with regarding the steroids/Hall of Fame discussion, but only one that truly bothers me.
Wes Yee, Lincoln Hamilton and Steve Carter break down the Midseason Top 50.
Paul Dorian, a professional meteorologist, shares some research on how weather impacts home runs.
Come join on live coverage of the MLB Draft.
Who wants to see video of USF starting pitcher Kyle Zimmer?
@SteveCarterPP's list of 25 of his personal favorite prospects.
Jean Segura taking batting practice and in a defensive drill.
An anonymous scout wrote up a report on James Paxton for us.
An anonymous scout wrote up a report on Jacob Turner for us.
I don't see Yu Darvish as an ace. That said, I think he's going to be a really good MLB pitcher.
Join Adam and Steve Carter for a Rising Stars Game Chat
Adam applied age filters to create prospect-oriented minor league leader boards for the 2011 season.
d’Arnaud is making a push to reach the big leagues at a very young age, particularly for a catcher drafted out of high school.
Adam sifted through the minors for the teenagers who had the best 2011 seasons.
Jessica Quiroli checked in with over 50 Eastern League coaches and players about the league's top prospects this season.
Here's a quick, way-to-early look at some of the prospects currently atop our 2012 Draft board.
Steve Carter recently scouted Brett Jackson and Ryan Flaherty, two of the Cubs top prospects.
Here are the Top 10 prospects who got dealt at this year's trading deadline.
Join us for the MLB Futures Game chatting about all the top prospects the game has to offer.
Reports from an anonymous scout who has seen a lot of Austin Romine and Tony Sanchez.
Adam applied age filters to create prospect-oriented minor league leader boards for the first two months of the season.
Join Nick Faleris, Lincoln Hamilton, Steve Carter and Adam Foster to chat about the 2011 Draft.
The best publicly available mathematical college rating system found anywhere, see which players stand the best chance of big league success.
As we prepare for the MLB Draft (June 6-8) we take a look at the strengths and weakness of some of the top high school pitchers in this year's class.
Vanderbilt's fire-balling righthander has dominated SEC competition both as a closer and a Friday night starter.
Hultzen has been other-worldly in college, but will that success translate to the MLB?
Steve Carter gives his thoughts on 10 of the top high school bats available in the 2011 MLB Draft.
Gerrit Cole is a potential number one pick in the 2011 MLB Draft, but is he worth the hype?
Though occasionally overlooked or dismissed as "quirky" Bauer has everything it takes to turn into a Major League star.