Baseball America Spring Training Prospect Report -- March 4, 2019
Nick Senzel's quest for an Opening Day roster spot, Michael Chavis' blistering spring start, Meibrys Viloria's chance at a starting job and a Vladimir Guerrero Jr. highlight.
Low-Cost Pitchers With High Fantasy Value Potential
Nine young-ish major league starters who might have aces up their sleeves—or not. But it won't cost much to find out.
Fast-Rising Griffin Canning Has To Adjust On The Fly
The Angels prospect saw time at three different levels in 2018, his first full professional season.
Giants Surround Joey Bart With Plenty Of Help At Spring Training
Bart is learning under Buster Posey, Bruce Bochy (a former catcher) and even Billy Hayes, the team’s former bullpen catcher and current first base coach.
Baseball America Spring Training Prospect Report -- March 1, 2019
Touki Toussaint and J.B. Bukauskas have very different days, plus Mariners prospect Kyle Lewis looks as good as he's been since returning from injury.
Sheehan: The Twins Are The Sleeper Of 2019
Last year, the A's stunned everyone and won 97 games. This year, Joe Sheehan thinks the Twins, teeming with upside, will deliver after a disappointing 2018 season.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Making Strides Defensively At Third Base
Better known for his offense, Guerrero Jr. has impressed Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo with his defense during the early portion of spring training.
Approach Is Everything For Lewis Brinson
Three of Brinson's four hits so far in spring training were loud homers. Here's how the onetime top prospect is trying to simplify things after a rough rookie year.
Touki Toussaint Works To Seize Rotation Spot
Touki Toussaint had a rough spring training start Thursday, but he isn't fazed in his pursuit of the Braves' fifth-starter spot.
Harper's Megadeal Completes His Rise From Elite Prospect
Take a trip down memory lane, revisiting Bryce Harper's rise from amateur to high-level prospect and now a megastar who signed a $330 million contract.