Wil Myers is now a Padre.

Wil Myers to San Diego in Three Team Deal

After making the biggest splash of the Winter Meeting with the trade of the Dodgers’ Matt Kemp for catcher Yasmani Grandal and minor leaguers RHP Joe Wieland and RHP Zach Eflin, San Diego’s A.J. Preller, the second youngest General Manager in baseball, made his next big move in acquiring Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers in a three-way trade with the Washington Nationals.

Pankake had an impressive arm

2014 TigsTools: Best Infield Arm

Infielders often have to make challenging throws from deep in the hole or in short order to nab a speedy base runner, and the best arms make it look very easy at times. Shortstop Dixon Machado rises to the top of this list again, showing an arm that can do it all and will earn occasional elite grades. Check inside to see who else made the list!

Zach Petrick

TCN 2015 Cardinals Prospect #29: Zach Petrick

The system’s 2013 Pitcher of the Year was challenged in his first shot at Triple-A in 2014.

The Shortstop Dilemma

The Shortstop Dilemma

It's no secret that the Yankees didn't have [and still don't have] a lot of upper-level minor league shortstop depth. However, the exact opposite now rings true at the lower levels, so much so that the Yankees have a bit of a dilemma on their hands heading into the 2015 season; how to find enough playing time for seven legitimate shortstop prospects among their two A-ball clubs.

Q&A with Mario Garza - Part Two

Q&A with Mario Garza - Part Two

We sat down with Staten Island Yankees Manager Mario Garza for a Q&A session. In part two of this two-part series we concentrate on the pitchers, including his thoughts on Ty Hensley's comeback bid, what he thinks of the development of David Palladino so far, who among his pitchers does he see 'sleeper' potential, his initial impressions of Jordan Montgomery, and much, much more.

Mason Katz

TCN 2015 Cardinals Prospect #33: Mason Katz

A power-hitting infielder is adding catching to his skill base, but will it slow down his progress?

Prospect Countdown #67 : Eric Alonzo

Prospect Countdown #67 : Eric Alonzo

One of our personal favorite prospects hits the list at #67. The minors are for developing prospects, and this prospect has done nothing but that since being drafted. Top 100 Prospect Countdown, Prospect #67, Eric Alonzo.

Where We Were Right, Where We Were Wrong

Where We Were Right, Where We Were Wrong

Each offseason we make some bold prospect predictions heading into the new season and sometimes we nail it, and sometimes we were off-base. Here's where we were right in our predictions for the 2014 season and where we were wrong [and why].

Weinberg says McCann should have been higher

Roundtable: Who Should be Higher in Top 50?

While the 2015 TigsTown Top 50 is a huge endeavor with inputs across a variety of sources, there are also those that each individual on the TigsTown team really likes. Who among the TigsTown Top 50 did each staff member personally think should have been ranked higher?

C.J. McElroy

Cardinals Prospect Interview: C.J. McElroy

From the Arizona Fall League, the St. Louis Cardinals outfield prospect discussed playing for two Peorias in 2014.

Kendall Graveman made his ML debut this year.

Oakland A's Prospect Report: Kendall Graveman

On Friday, the Oakland A's traded star third baseman Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays for a package of four players. In this piece, we take a close look at one of the two pitchers the A's received in the deal, RHP Kendall Graveman.

Not An Indictment

Not An Indictment

The Yankess non-tendered right-handed pitcher Jose Campos and outfielder Slade Heathcott on Tuesday, thus removing them from the 40-man roster. Critics of the Yankee farm system will use the transactions as some sort of indictment on their player development program when nothing could be farther from the truth.

'14 MLB Draft Rankings


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Top MiLB Prospects


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Top July 2nd Prospects


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'15 MLB Draft Rankings