Weglarz, Saunders, Lawrie On Canadian Olympic Roster
With the Olympics two months away, Team Canada announced its Olympic team, a roster that includes three upper echelon prospects. The most advanced player and perhaps the best prospect is [...]
International Signings Trickle In
After spending around $5 million on July 2 international prospects, the Padres are enthusiastic about their young new players.
Giants Boast Pair Of Standout Arms In Bumgarner, Alderson
In Prospect Pulse, Ben Badler compares Giants farmhands Tim Alderson and Madison Bumgarner, and explains the improvements that Angels center fielder Peter Bourjos has made this season.
For LaPorta, Trade Is Just The Latest Change
Matt LaPorta has experienced plenty of change in his young professional career. His trade from the Brewers to the Indians is the latest change, but he's come along with plenty of success as well.
Mariners, Yankees Land Key Prospects
One day after the beginning of the July 2 international signing period, Baseball America has learned of several of the signings.
It’s Official: A’s Sign Inoa
After weeks of speculation that Oakland would sign 16-year-old Dominican righthander Michel Inoa, the deal is official. The Athletics signed Inoa today for a $4.25 million signing bonus, the largest bonus in history for a non-Cuban amateur from Latin America.
Ben Badler answered some questions about the International signing period.
Teams Brace For More Expensive July 2
On the eve of the July 2 international signing period, several players appear poised for big paydays.