The Chicago Cubs are fresh off their fourth straight season of 90+ wins. Despite the disappointing abrupt end to last years campaign, the club looks to bounce back in a big way and once again show off how dominant they can be in the National League. Continue reading →
The Baltimore Orioles are coming off a terrible season, one of the worst in recent memory for any team, and while the club is still a way away from being competitive, the future is undoubtedly bright. As a franchise, the Orioles have only two contracts greater than $10 million on their payroll currently: Chris Davis and Mark Trumbo. As the team is moving into the next wave of future talent, team brass and fans alike should be excited for the future of the franchise. Continue reading →
The Detroit Tigers are coming off back to back 98-loss seasons. However, the future is beginning to look bright, as the club has the No.18 ranked farm system in the big leagues. Led by a plethora of pitchers and outfielders, the club is looking to move into the future on a positive note.
Over the course of this offseason, the Seattle Mariners have entirely revamped their farm system. The struggle to rebuild the system has been challenging. However, the team is seemingly moving in the right direction entering the 2019 season. After unloading large contracts and aging veterans, Mariner fans have something to be excited about this year and beyond.
Keeping it fresh in the National League West, we transition our series to the desert, to dive into the Arizona Diamondbacks’ top five prospects. Contrary to an assumed belief, the D’backs system is loaded with solid talent, led by a young right-handed pitcher looking to lead his team over the next decade.
A prospect can be like a fine wine. The hope is they get better with age. Thankfully, for the Colorado Rockies, there is a plethora of talent which exists waiting in the wings for their shot to make their mark in the Show. As the team continues to build on their success from the previous two seasons, there is an ambiance of hope for the future of the franchise.
The Super Bowl is a mere week away. While many are getting excited, it means spring is just right around the corner. Most importantly, it means pitchers and catchers and the official kick-off of spring training.
Each year, teams converge in both Florida and Arizona for their respective preseasons. It also means one thing: prospects. While many prospects will not see time facing major league competition outside of spring training, it gives executives and fans alike the ability to see what teams have and more importantly, who.