Archive for January 2010

Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals take on Alcides Escobar and the Milwaukee Brewers for prospect supremacy.

Division rivals Florida and New York battle it out for prospect supremacy.

The Roy Halladay trade has shaken up Philadelphia’s top 10 prospects, but it’s Atlanta’s system that people should be talking about.

Texas has a deep, pitching-heavy farm system, but Seattle’s system may not be as far off as some think.

Oakland’s farm system has thinned somewhat, while a strong 2009 draft class has the Angels dreaming big.

The small market Twins and Indians are constantly competing against one another, even in the race for farm system supremacy.

Who are the top 10 prospects for the Chicago White Sox and Detroit Tigers?

Toronto’s farm system cannot compare to Kansas City’s. But just how unbalanced is this top 10 prospect showdown?

Get 2010’s top 10 MLB prospects for Tampa Bay and Baltimore.

It’s the New York Yankees vs. the Boston Red Sox once again. Which team has the better minor league system?

Who has the best blue-chip prospects, the International League or the Pacific Coast League?

Heading up the battle of the Southern League’s Finest vs. the Toast of the Texas League are two light-tower power hitters, Mike Stanton against Chris Carter.

Carlos Santana and Madison Bumgarner highlight the next batch of postseason awards.

California and Carolina League hardware is being handed out, and some of the brightest young stars in the game are the recipients.

South Atlantic and Midwest League hardware is being handed out, and some of the brightest young stars in the game are the recipients.

New York-Penn and Northwest League hardware is being handed out, and some of the brightest young stars in the game are the recipients.

Appy and Pioneer League hardware is being handed out, and some of the brightest talents in the game are the recipients.

Rookie League hardware is being handed out, and some of the brightest talents in the game are the recipients.

With the 2009 season nearly in the books, it’s time to analyze some of the more prominent prospects of the year and look into my crystal ball in order to see what 2010 has in store.

Get breakdowns of Stephen Strasburg, Donavan Tate, Zack Wheeler, Christian Friedrich, Tyler Matzek, and Jacob Turner.