Archive for Prospects

Three Callups Fantasy Owners Need To Know About

While two of today’s callups are getting all of the attention, there are actually three that fantasy owners need to know about.  Make sure to check out our writeups of all three from our Prospect Page (www.rotoprofessor.com/prospects):

  1. Orlando Arcia – Shortstop – Milwaukee Brewers
  2. Andrew Benintendi – Outfielder – Boston Red Sox
  3. Charlie Tilson – Outfielder – Chicago White Sox

Prospect Detour: Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp (Berrios/Bregman At The Top & More)

Earlier today, over on our Prospect Site we updated our Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp of Reaching the Majors for 2016!!  There are a few prospects on the move, most notably the Twins’ Jose Berrios (our new #1) and the Astros’ Alex Bregman (up to #2)  Who joined them on the rankings?  Here’s a sneak peek at the Top 4:

  1. Jose Berrios – Starting Pitcher – Minnesota Twins
  2. Alex Bregman – Shortstop – Houston Astros
  3. Josh Bell – First Baseman – Pittsburgh Pirates
  4. Trea Turner – Shortstop – Washington Nationals

While those are names you know, there were two new players added to the list.  Make sure to check out the full article for yourself by clicking here!

Prospect Detour: Can Brandon Nimmo or Dillon Overton Make An Impact?

The promotions are coming quickly, and over on our prospect page we are profiling all of the latest players to hit the Majors.  There were two important additions made today that fantasy owners need to know about today:

Make sure to check out these profiles and all the rest of the articles that we are publishing over there as well!

Prospect Detour: Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp (Lucas Giolito Rises To #2 & More)

Earlier today, over on our Prospect Site we updated our Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp of Reaching the Majors for 2016!!  There are a few prospects on the move, most notably the Nationals’ Lucas Giolito (who jumped to #2)  Who joined him on the rankings?  Here’s a sneak peek:

  1. A.J. Reed – Houston Astros – First Baseman
  2. Luca Giolito – Washington Nationals – Starting Pitcher
  3. Alex Reyes – St. Louis Cardinals – Starting Pitcher

While those are names you know, there were three new players added to the list (including both #4 & #5).  Make sure to check out the full article for yourself by clicking here!

Prospect Detour: Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp (Taillon Set To Arrive & More)

Yesterday, over on our Prospect Site we updated our Prospect Power Rankings: Top 10 On The Cusp of Reaching the Majors for 2016!!  Hours after the article was published it was revealed that Jameson Taillon, who sits atop the rankings, would be promoted to make his MLB debut today.  Who joined him on the rankings?  Here’s a sneak peek:

  1. Jameson Taillon – Pittsburgh Pirates – Starting Pitcher
  2. A.J. Reed – Houston Astros – First Baseman
  3. Alex Reyes – St. Louis Cardinals – Starting Pitcher

While those are names you know, there were three new players added to the list (including one at #4).  Make sure to check out the full article for yourself by clicking here!

Prospect Detour: Top 10 On The Cusp & Closers Of The Future

If you haven’t been checking out our Prospect site on a daily basis all I can ask is, why not?  We have a slew of articles going up that can help you gain an edge on your opponents.  Here’s a little snippet of what’s been going on:


MLB Prospect Power Rankings

This morning we released our updated Top 10 Prospects on the Cusp (click here to view).  Here’s a quick look at how the top shook out:

  1. Jameson Taillon – Starting Pitcher – Pittsburgh Pirates
  2. A.J. Reed – First Baseman – Houston Astros
  3. Alex Reyes – Starting Pitcher – St. Louis Cardinals
  4. Trea Turner – Shortstop – Washington Nationals

Why are they ranked this way?  Who joined them on the list?  Make sure to check it out for yourself!


Closers of the Future

Generally we don’t give relief prospects much credence, but there are few fast risers who could potentially assume closer duties within the next year.  Make sure to check out our thoughts on them so you are prepared to capitalize when their time comes: