Jason Grey bids farewell to his loyal ESPN readers.
Jason Grey has 10 items of note for fantasy owners coming out of the Arizona Fall League.
Jason Grey writes that a big part of MLB's future can be seen on the same outfield this fall, as Bryce Harper and Mike Trout both team up with the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League.
Jason Grey breaks down the World Series showdown from a scouting perspective, noting that the Texas Rangers match up quite well versus a hot St. Louis Cardinals team.
Jason Grey reports from the Arizona Fall League, where he scouted pitching prospects Danny Hultzen and Neil Ramirez.
Jason Grey gives a breakdown of the NLCS, writing that the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers are evenly matched in a series that could go seven games. In the end, the Brewers may have trouble scoring enough runs to win.
Jason Grey breaks down the ALCS and explains why the Rangers will defeat the Tigers and repeat as American League champs.
Jason Grey lays out the players he'll be watching closely at the Arizona Fall League, including top prospects such as Bryce Harper, Gerrit Cole and Wil Myers.
Jason Grey breaks down the Phillies-Cardinals NLDS matchup.
Jason Grey breaks down the Brewers-Diamondbacks NLDS matchup. Milwaukee's starting and closing will likely be too much for Arizona.
ESPN Insider's Jason Grey scouts the Rays and Rangers in advance of their ALDS matchup.
ESPN Insider's Jason Grey scouts the Yankees and Tigers in advance of their ALDS matchup.
Jason Grey lays out his Top 20 prospects for the 2012 fantasy baseball season, highlighting such players as Matt Moore, Mike Trout and Devin Mesoraco.
Jason Grey discusses a handful of players called up recently as big league rosters expanded, including Jacob Turner, Nick Hagadone and Juan Francisco.
Jason Grey lists a number of younger players who could make an impact in September once they join their teams.
Jason Grey offers his fantasy take on the Tuesday trade in which Kelly Johnson was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for Aaron Hill and John McDonald.