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2016 Draft Profile: Corey Ray

School: University of Louisville; Class: Junior Position: OF; B/T: L/L Height: 5-11; Weight: 185 Previously Drafted: Seattle Mariners, 33rd round, 2013   Background: Let’s ignore the three-year run of consistent dominance for just a moment and consider the following: including his action in the Cape Cod Summer League last summer, Ray, a former 33rd round pick by the Mariners coming out of high school, has mashed…

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2014 Top 100 Prospects

Update: The 2014 Prospect Digest Annual finally hit e-book shelves. Check it out!!! After a long delay – something measured in the months, not days –  I have a bit of an announcement to make: I will be publishing the first ever Prospect Digest Annual sometime late January/early February. The Prospect Digest Annual will feature…

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2014 Houston Astros Top 10 Prospects

After a long delay – something measured in the months, not days –  I have a bit of an announcement to make: I will be publishing the first ever Prospect Digest Annual sometime late January/early February. The Prospect Digest Annual will feature each organization’s Top 30 Prospects, ranking the farm systems, and several additional articles….

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Houston Astros Top MiLB Tools

With the minor league season officially wrapped up, it’s time to look back at the each organization’s top tools. Note: only everyday players with 250+ plate appearances, starting pitchers with 80+ innings, and relievers with 40+ innings were considered. For more Top MiLB Tools click here. Houston Astros Top Prospects for 2013. [pullquote]   Hit Tool:…

Prospect Digest All Minor League Team

With the major league rosters expanding to 40 and the minor league regular season officially over, here’s a look at the first annual Prospect Digest All Minor League Team. To qualify, a position player must have accumulated 350+ plate appearances, a starting pitcher needed 130+ innings, and the relievers with 30+ innings were considered.  …

Prospect Profile: Andrew Lambo

  It wasn’t too long ago that Andrew Lambo was mentioned among the game’s top minor leaguers. Baseball America ranked the first baseman/outfielder as the 49th best prospect prior to 2009, only a handful of spots behind Andrew McCutcheon, Austin Jackson, Elvis Andrus, and Dominic Brown just to name a few. Lambo, 19-years-old at the…