December 12, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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About Jeff MooreA 4-year college starter and 3-year college baseball coach, Jeff now lives in Pittsburgh, Pa. Jeff writes primarily about prospects and player development and is the creator of MLBProspectWatch.com, which keeps fans up-to-date on their team's future stars.
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Whether or not it works out, it's a wise move.
Despite the question marks surrounding the players involved in the R.A. Dickey trade, it looks like both teams got what they wanted.
Don't believe Twitter; this isn't the worst trade ever.
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There are plenty of rumors surrounding the Royals and top prospect Wil Myers, making it easy to wonder what the Royals long-term plan is.
We all know that the Marlins' latest fire sale was a disaster on a moral level, but how did it pan out baseball-wise?
A slew of interesting prospects, including several first-rounders, take the field in Puerto Rico
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Some lesser-known prospects are giving us reason to pay attention in the Arizona Fall League.
The A's and Marlins come out on top of their recent three-team deal, but the Diamondbacks decision to take on Heath Bell is questionable.
The Arizona Fall League gets all the publicity when it comes to off-season prospect action, but the Venezuelan and Dominican Winter Leagues offer plenty of prospects to follow as well.
Rendon, Hamilton and others offer new mysteries.
What would a team look like if it always had the platoon advantage?
What type of player might Royals prospect Wil Myers develop into?
As the season comes to an end, we look back on how the finals played out.
A look at what's in store for the Arizona Fall League this October.
There wasn't a big crop of prospects called up this September, but a few could make a postseason impact.
Jeff Moore answers prospect-related questions from readers.
The Nationals have pitching depth at the major league level, but the 2012 season has been another story for them in the minors.
While we may think we've seen this before, we haven't seen a promotion like Machado's in years.
Injury update on Casey Kelly, and prospect call-ups from the past week.
A look at the Detroit Tigers farm system.
A possible position change for Bryce Harper, and other top prospect stories from the past week of spring training.
The White Sox' system is barren.
Opinions and observations from a trip everyone should experience.
Theo Epstein doesn't have to completely revamp this farm system.
After prospect trades, they still keep coming.
Once strong, the Orioles' farm system is now lacking.
Small moves and updates as prospects head to spring training.
The second in a series: The Braves are loaded with pitching
Lots of top prospects changed teams this offseason
The Diamondbacks are stocked with strong arms