We know most aces are found in the first round of the draft. What’s happened to recent first-round pitchers?
How soon can we tell when a pitcher has the potential to be an ace?
What could this base-stealer do in the majors?
Josh Sherpardson’s top 100 prospect rankings, updated throughout the year.
Analyzing college batting and pitching requires measuring the effects of the new bat standard.
On Aug. 25, 1970, Doug Glanville—perhaps the most prominent of recent Ivy League ballplayers—was born. In his honor, the All-Ivy team.
Thirty-eight of the finest high school players displayed their skills in San Diego.
A new book takes a closer look at a baseball hotbed in the Caribbean.
College players, wood bats … what more could you want?
Where will the best prospects from the 2010 draft class factor into my top-100 list?
Who’s there, who to watch, and who’s going to win.
Jeff sifts through the first 10 rounds of the amateur draft looking for names you should know.
Breaking down the top-rated pitcher in this year’s draft class
The road to Omaha runs through Monte Carlo.
Jeff cracks open the spreadsheets and ranks the top college draft prospects.
There’s plenty of draft-eligible college talent behind the plate. Jeff ranks the contenders.
Jeff identifies an important red flag for draft day.
In which Jeff beats a dead horse, wondering if it will come back to life.
How the defensive spectrum changes from college ball to the professional ranks
What happens when college pitchers face future draftees? And what does it all mean?