While Travis Snider is proving to be flawless, Reid Brignac is still waiting to get hot in the AFL.
The Orioles' Brandon Snyder and Matt Wieters continue to carry Honolulu's offense.
With three weeks of action in the books, things are starting to take serious shape out on the island.
Yovani Gallardo could wind up being a fantasy talent who's on par with Matt Cain next season.
The AFL is caked with elite prospects. Travis Snider and Evan Longoria are a few to get excited about this year.
Players are getting acclimated to the time and culture shifts while playing an exciting brand of baseball.
Matt Wieters is the clear alpha male in the Hawaii Winter League this fall.
All signs point toward Matt Kemp becoming one of the best right fielders in fantasy baseball.
We've seen a glimpse of what Butler can do in the bigs. What kind of future does he realistically have?
Injuries were held to a minimum, although some recognizable names will be missing some time.
Homer Bailey , Wladimir Balentien , and Deolis Guerra made their way off of the trainer’s table.
Players like Kosuke Fukudome and Koji Uehara will make the jump from the NPB to the MLB this offseason.
Wladimir Balentien (No. 21), Jose Tabata (No. 36) and Deolis Guerra (No. 48) were all bit by the injury bug, some more severe than others.
This report will be a weekly feature that will give you insight and info into the injuries of the top prospects around the nation, as well as their progression (or in some unfortunate cases, regression) through the injury.
While we here at Project Prospect have our fingers on the beat of all things Minor Leagues, it doesn't mean that we just forget about our boys once they graduate to actual major league rookies and beyond.
Two highly-touted prospects received their diploma's this week: the Brewers' Ryan Braun and the Cubs' Felix Pie.
by Damian Dydyn
In his first six seasons, Meche, 28, posted ERAs of 4.73, 3.78, 4.59, 5.01, 5.09 and 4.48, respectively. It appeared as though he was a bust or at best, a mediocre pitcher.
Our recent graduates are: Josh Hamilton, Hunter Pence, Travis Buck, and Tim Lincecum.
We thought it would be interesting to take a look at a few of last year's first round draft picks who are just beginning their 2007 seasons: Jeremy Jeffress and Kasey Kiker.
Sean has spent hours combing through every major and minor league roster in baseball for the youngest players.
There was one graduate last week: Elijah Dukes.
Delmon Young is a name everyone who follows minor league baseball knows well.
by Adam Foster
Acclimated to combing through dozens of box scores a day, I’ve decided to start Project Prospect’s Weekend Prospect Report.
A 22-year-old signed out of Venezuela at the age of 17, Hernan Iribarren turned heads during Spring Training.
Over the last decade or so, a small but steadily increasing group of Asian players have made their way into North American baseball.
by Ray Lin
Triple-A baseball has begun, and there is plenty of great talent to look for in both the Pacific Coast League and International League.
Everyone’s favorite Japanese sensation pitched pretty well in his first spring training.
This is the final installment of Nick's coverage on how top hitting prospects have fared this spring.
For the remainder of Spring Training, Project Prospect will be taking notes on how top pitching prospect are faring in their spring appearances.
Each Monday for the rest of Spring Training Project Prospect will be taking notes on how the best young hitters are faring in their Spring Training at-bats.
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Our Top Prospects
1. Mike Trout, CF (LAA)