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Prospect Hot Sheet: June 17

Thank you Matt Moore, one of the top pitching prospects in the game, for making our job a little easier this week. The Rays' Double-A lefty threw a nine-inning no-hitter, making him an easy choice for the top spot.

Minors | #2011#Prospect Hot Sheet

Where Everyone’s Top 30s Are Starting The Season

J.J. Cooper -

Here are the preliminary roster assignments as we have them for players ranked in their team's Top 30 in our Prospect Handbook. Not every player is included here (in fact, 84 of them are missing), as not every roster was finalized as of early this afternoon. We will rework this list tomorrow with more updated rosters. But this gives a pretty good idea of where players are. Again, all information is taken from Minor League Baseball's official rosters, which are still being updated up to gametime, so there may be a few inaccuracies that will be cleared up on April 8.

Minors | #2011#Prospect Bulletin

Minor League Transactions

Matt Eddy -

This time: June 8-14 Many thanks to John Manuel and Jim Callis for pinch-hitting with transactions last week. John tracked down the draft pick signings, while Jim concentrated on finding […]

Minors | #Transactions

State Report: South Carolina

John Manuel -Premium Content

Eight of the state's top nine prospects are four-year college products. With six of those players in the Top 200, it's a great year for the state. The lure of the state's college programs remains very strong, and with good reason. Five South Carolina colleges earned regional bids in 2010, with Coastal Carolina and South Carolina serving as hosts. Clemson and South Carolina boast some of the nation's best college baseball ballparks, and the profile of college baseball in the state is so high that it's hard to lure players away to pro ball out of high school.

Draft | #2010#2010 draft#Draft Map