Prospect Tracker Launched

As those who regularly visit the site know, I have been tracking some of the top prospects in the game throughout the season.  Well, I’ve now launched a page that will help you access the latest updates easily.

In the top right corner of the site there’s a link to “2010 Prospect Tracker” in the Pages section.  That has a list of all the players we are currently tracking (and will be tracking) with a link to the latest updates.

Don’t see a prospect that you want to be followed?  Let me know and I’ll add him to the list.  While I can’t follow everyone, there’s certainly some room to add a few more names to mix.

To view the Prospect Tracker, click here.

One comment

  1. Nick Tenaglia says:

    Additions to the list….

    #1. Brett Lawrie: Top 25 Prospect right now. He is a must-have on any top prospect list. He and Dom Brown are competing for the title of “Next Mike Stanton”
    #2. Domonic Brown: See above
    #3. Michael Taylor: He is an interesting player to follow. He is supposed to be the outfield savior of Oakland, but his season at AAA has started with struggles. He should have been receiving a Sept call-up, but he needs to starting raking for that to happen now.
    #4. Grant Green: Putting up sick numbers in High-A. He should be promoted to AA soon, and might even have a chance for short stint at AAA by the end of the season. Cliff Pennington, you better watch your back!
    #5. Danny Espinosa: Yet another in the long list of Nationals prospects, but Espinosa is worth watching because of his power potential. His average is not where it should be, but by next year its very possible that we see an Ian Desmond/Danny Espinosa starting middle-infield pair in Washington.
    #6. Ryan Kalish: BoSox golden-child Ryan Westmoreland just had part of his brain removed (or something like that), and Josh Reddick is unsuccesfully trying to make a splash in the bigs. This leaves the minor-league limelight open for Kalish. If he can turn that average around, he is the next OF to be called-up this year.

    Jarrod Parker (any injury updates???)

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