6/6/2012 | Injuries slowing Padres' top prospects
Much like with the current Major League roster, injuries this season have felled a handful of the Padres' top Minor League prospects, though several are still making inroads toward reaching the big leagues.
6/6/2012 | Brown, pitchers highlight Giants' prospects
The Giants have a wealth of knowledge about their top prospects, and for good reason. Each of the organization's top 10 players listed on MLB.com's Prospect Watch is a veteran of at least one Major League Spring Training camp, which has further exposed each of these players to scrutiny and evaluation.
6/6/2012 | Risk-taking in Draft has reshaped Blue Jays
Under the leadership of Alex Anthopoulos, the Blue Jays have stocked their farm system through the First-Year Player Draft by selecting high-upside players, a trend that continued in his third year as general manager.
6/6/2012 | Georgia's Wood gets to don Braves cap
Alex Wood grew up in Charlotte, N.C., comfortably within Braves territory. And when he was growing up, the Braves were his second-favorite team.
6/6/2012 | Talented players making their way to PNC Park
A cache of talented players is making its assured way toward PNC Park. It isn't even too early to hitch the welcome wagon for the cream of the '11 Draft, either.
6/6/2012 | Draft class has Dodgers more than pumped
Dodgers scouting director and assistant general manager Logan White is excited about the potential of this year's Draft class.
6/6/2012 | Rockies restock farm system with Draft
The Rockies weren't pleased a promising 2011 season turned into a 73-89 campaign, but they have to be pleased it resulted in a top 10 Draft pick, which they used to grab David Dahl, the prep outfielder they had coveted.
6/6/2012 | Rangers seeing payoff of successful Drafts
Reliever Robbie Ross is among many players drafted by the Rangers in recent years making progress through the system.
6/6/2012 | Twins draft Burnett's half-brother Robinson
The Twins went with the sibling of a current pitcher with their 31st-round pick on Wednesday. Minnesota used the No. 940 overall slot to select Timothy Robinson, the half-brother of reliever Alex Burnett. Robinson is a left fielder from Ocean View H.S. (Calif.).
6/6/2012 | Rizzo heads Cubs' crop of promising prospects
With the Draft now complete, the focus of many will return to the Major League team, but there are some players already in the Cubs' Minor League system to be excited about.
6/6/2012 | D-backs' Upton moves on after criticism
D-backs outfielder Justin Upton exchanged text messages with managing general partner Ken Kendrick on Wednesday, one day after Kendrick called Upton an "enigma" on a local radio show and said it was time for Upton to be more consistent.
6/6/2012 | Class A holds gems of Yankees' system
There remains depth behind the plate throughout every level of the Yankees' Minor League system, even after the club traded Jesus Montero to the Mariners this past offseason, but New York's top two prospects make their home 60 feet, six inches away.
6/6/2012 | Tigers' recent picks moving through system
Perhaps it was fitting timing that, as Major League Baseball was wrapping up the opening round of this year's First-Year Player Draft, the Tigers announced they'd promoted top hitting prospect Nick Castellanos to Double-A Erie.
6/6/2012 | Kipnis is a pick doing big things for the Indians
While the Indians lost several top prospects in the trade for Ubaldo Jimenez last season, they kept and continue to develop many of their recent Draft picks.
6/6/2012 | Recent high picks have Rays' farm crowded
Those players who choose to sign with the Rays after being taken in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft will face a challenging path to reach the Major Leagues, as the organization boasts a strong farm system that few teams can match.
6/6/2012 | Minor aims to brush away May, open June with sweep
Braves left-hander Mike Minor would like to forget about May and move onto June. And Mark Buehrle? He's had his ups and downs over the course of a long career -- mostly ups -- and took some time to look back at his own origin in professional baseball during Draft week.
6/6/2012 | Marquis set for Padres debut vs. Giants
The streaking Giants have their eyes on the top spot in the National League West, but the Padres are confident their starter Jason Marquis will be able to slow down their momentum Thursday.
6/6/2012 | Matusz looks to keep rolling as O's eye sweep
Orioles starter Brian Matusz has been building momentum and confidence. Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez would like to quickly do the same.
6/6/2012 | Dickey, Wang set to square off in series finale in DC
Thursday's finale of a three-game series between the Mets and Nationals at Nationals Park pits a rejuvenated knuckleballer against a two-time 19-game winner who is trying to get his career back on track.
6/5/2012 | Astros make Correa Draft's leading man
The Astros surprised the baseball world on Monday night by selecting shortstop Carlos Correa of the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy and High School with the first overall pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
6/5/2012 | Padres tab high school lefty Fried with top pick
The Padres went big Monday in the First-Year Player Draft -- big as in 6-foot-4 left-hander Max Fried, a hard-throwing pitcher from Harvard-Westlake High School in Studio City, Calif.
6/5/2012 | Rox snag prep outfielder Dahl with 10th pick
Seeking an athletic high school bat with speed, the Rockies chose left-handed-hitting center fielder David Dahl of Birmingham, Ala., with their first pick, 10th overall, in the First-Year Player Draft on Monday.
6/5/2012 | A's nab high school infielder Russell at No. 11
With the 11th overall pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, the A's strayed from the college pool and plucked prep infielder Addison Russell out of Florida's Pace High School.
6/5/2012 | Mets snag shortstop Cecchini at No. 12
The Mets selected Gavin Cecchini with the 12th overall pick in Monday's Draft, stocking their farm system with another premium high school bat.
6/5/2012 | White Sox select outfielder Hawkins at No. 13
For the first time since 2001, the White Sox selected a high-school player, outfielder Courtney Hawkins, with their top pick in the First-Year Player Draft.
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