• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Kevin Goldstein profiles highly touted starting pitcher prospect Dan Straily, who was called up by the Oakland A's on Thursday.
Kevin Goldstein updates his top 12 prospect rankings for the 2012 fantasy season, moving hot-hitting Pirates outfield prospect Starling Marte up to No. 2 on the list.
Kevin Goldstein makes significant changes to his top 12 prospects for the 2012 fantasy season, moving up the Rockies' Nolan Arenado and adding the Mariners' Danny Hultzen.
Kevin Goldstein profiles pitcher prospect Jarrod Parker, who is expected to make his A's debut Wednesday versus the Chicago White Sox.
Kevin Goldstein makes several changes to his top 12 prospects for the 2012 fantasy season, adding new names like Welington Castillo and Julio Teheran.
Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus writes about 10 prospects who weren't first-round picks in 2011 but could break out and earn more notoriety in 2012.
Lars Anderson has had a disappointing season so far, but he did end a long home run drought on Thursday, so there may be some hope.
Brett Wallace continues his hot streak since being shipped to the Oakland organization in the Matt Holliday trade.
Jhoulys Chacin skipped Triple-A on his way to the majors this season, but has been sent back down by the Rockies. In his Triple-A debut Tuesday, he was unhittable, but showed why he might not be ready for The Show just yet.
Brett Wallace, the key to the Matt Holliday deal between the Oakland A's and the St. Louis Cardinals, had a big day on Sunday in Sacramento.
On Wednesday, Pedro Martinez showed he has plenty of gas left in the tank, striking out 11 in a Double-A game.
Kevin Goldstein's news and notes from the weekend in the minors, where Ian Snell served notice that he is ready for another shot at the majors with a 17-K game.
Kevin Goldstein notes that 2008 San Francisco Giants first-rounder Buster Posey is ready for a greater challenge at Double-A Connecticut.
Kevin Goldstein points out that the hit (and pitch) parade of prospects in the Orioles' system does not stop at Chris Tillman and Matt Wieters.
Homer Bailey dominated a Pawtucket team that roughed him up only five days earlier. Kevin Goldstein comments on notable minor league performances from Tuesday.