Andy Marte (hitter) and Felix Hernandez (pitcher) head the list of young talent to watch for next season.
John Sickels breaks down the Rule 5 draft, in which the Devil Rays swung a deal to get some pitching help.
From the A's Bobby Crosby to the Expos' Terrmel Sledge, a number of rookies played major roles in 2004.
The Twins are loaded with good, young hitters in the minors and Kubel ranks among the best.
John Sickels answers your post-draft questions, focusing on the Blue Jays, Cubs, Dodgers and Twins.
John Sickels looks at some propects who could get promoted to the majors at some point in '04.
John Sickels looks at some 2004 rookies who are under pressure to perform immediately.
John Sickels takes a look at an outfield prospect in the Giants' system along with several other players.
The Twins' prized prospect has been labeled "can't miss." So far this spring, Joe Mauer has delivered.
The hard-throwing righty could be on the fast track to become the Twins' new closer.
John Sickels looks at high-level prospects with the Cubs, Twins and Rockies.
John Sickels takes a peek into the future at possible candidates for the 2008 All-Star teams.
John Sickels answers questions on a number of prospects, including Twins outfielder Lew Ford.
John Sickels analyzes the supplemental and second-round picks in the 2003 draft.
John Sickels analyzes the first-round picks in the 2003 draft.
Slugging first baseman Justin Morneau tops the list of promising Twins prospects.