Brewers' Sal Frelick Brings Hard-Nosed Style To Cusp Of MLB
Drafted in the first round in 2021, Sal Frelick shot to Triple-A this season and played to his strengths, suggesting a callup is on the horizon in 2023.
Royals Like What They See In Extra-Tall Shortstop Austin Charles
The Royals were drawn to 6-foot-6 shortstop Austin Charles' tantalizing raw power, work ethic and infections energy.
Cristian Mena Authors Surprising Breakout For White Sox
A 19-year-old Cristian Mena joined several of the organization's brightest prospects at Double-A in September for an "advanced instructional league."
Giants' Landen Roupp Moves Quickly To Double-A
Drafted last year, Landen Roupp earned two promotions in 2022 and finished at Double-A on the strength of his top two pitches and overall control.
The Orioles’ 2019 Draft Class Could Define The Franchise
With the Orioles' first two picks in the 2019 draft—the first with Mike Elias running baseball operations—Baltimore selected players who would both develop into No. 1 overall prospects in baseball.
Prospect Report: Mason Auer Shows Array Of Skills
Auer finished a homer short of the cycle, Luis Matos hit his second home run and more.
Podcast: Prospect Talk Wrapping The 2022 MiLB Season
Geoff Pontes is joined by JJ Cooper to discuss some of the things we learned during the 2022 MiLB season.
MiLB Attendance in 2022 Didn't Return to "Normal"
The Dayton Dragons led the minors in average attendance, but across the board, fans are not coming out like they did before the coronavirus pandemic.
Prospect Report: Kumar Rocker Debuts In The Desert
Rocker struck out one, Jackson Merrill added two hits and more.
Does One-Knee Catching Lead to More MiLB Wild Pitches?
We have studied the majors and haven't found an increase in wild pitches or passed balls, but what about the minor leagues?