Pro Football Weekly is hearing that Steve McNair's even-keeled demeanor has been a breath of fresh air for the Ravens.
Dylan Byndy, Archie Bradley and Taylor Guerrieri are the top three prep pitchers in this year's draft. After that, it gets messy. Jason A. Churchill sorts out the rest of the top high school hurlers.
It's late enough in the season to believe that any poor performances from here on out could hurt a prospect's draft stock.
In the latest edition of Stock Watch, Jason A. Churchill explains why Texas right-hander may have moved himself into the top 10, and why Connecticut righty Matt Barnes has likely fallen out of it.
While parts of the MLB draft picture are coming into focus, Jason A. Churchill identifies five possible areas where we could see a surprise.
Keith Law scouts several amateur prospects with an eye towards this year's MLB draft. Among those discussed are Matt Purke, Kevin Cron, Henry Owens and Josh Bell, whose bat is covering up his defensive shortcomings in center field.
Jason Grey has some scouting notes from the first days of the Arizona Fall League, including great stuff from Rockies pitching prospect Rex Brothers.
Jason Grey lays out the players he'll be watching closely at the Arizona Fall League, including prospects such as Eric Hosmer and Dustin Ackley.
In this week's look at the top minor leaguers, Jason Grey profiles Oakland A's prospect Michael Taylor and updates his top 10 prospects for 2010.
Jason Grey examines the catcher position at the Arizona Fall League, noting Buster Posey and Jonathan Lucroy have raised a few eyebrows there.
Jason Grey takes a closer look at Texas Rangers catcher Taylor Teagarden, who was a very late addition to the Arizona Fall League.
Jason Grey offers up sleepers and pickups for AL- and NL-only leagues and notes that Taylor Teagarden could have a second-half impact.
Christopher Harris previews Week 4 of the baseball season.