Freak Injury Delays Kyle Funkhouser's Arrival
The Tigers' most big league-ready starting pitching prospect suffered a freak foot injury that ended his season at Triple-A in July.
Brent Honeywell Remains On Target
The Rays' top pitching prospect enters the year targeting May or June for his return from Tommy John surgery.
Kyle Lewis Regains Trust In Injured Knee
Recovering physically from a major knee injury is only half the battle for Lewis. Now he must recover mentally and trust it.
Logan Allen Knocking On Padres' Door
After finishing 2018 in Triple-A, the 21-year-old Allen could be one of the first Padres pitching prospects called up this season.
Victor Robles Aims For Full-Time Role
A September callup in each of the past two seasons, Robles could break camp with the Nationals and make an immediate impact in 2019.
Bret Boswell Packs A Punch
The lefthanded-hitting Boswell launched 27 home runs at two Class A stops last season while playing two positions.
Fernando Romero Is Open To Any Role
A starting pitcher throughout his career, the 24-year-old Romero could be used in either a starting or relief role for the Twins in 2019.
Brandon Bielak Continues To Impress
An 11th-round pick by the Astros in 2017, the 22-year-old Bielak recently received an invitation to his first major league spring training.
Walker Lockett Supplies Rotation Depth
Lockett ran up a 4.73 ERA in the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League. The Mets looked beyond ERA in their evaluation.
Ismael Cruz Explains Signing Vlad Jr.
Ismael Cruz was Toronto's scouting director when the team signed Vladimir Guerrero Jr. at 16. He joined the Baseball America podcast to discuss the process.