Jason Grey assesses the hot start of Philadelphia Phillies starter Cole Hamels, who has successfully developed and incorporated a cut fastball into his pitching repertoire.
Jason Grey profiles recent Toronto Blue Jays call-up David Cooper (with video), passes along his thoughts on Carlos Lee and has an update on Brandon Webb.
Jason Grey scouts Baltimore Orioles rookie Zach Britton, who fired six innings of three-hit ball in his major league debut.
Jason Grey scouts Arizona Diamondbacks starter Ian Kennedy, finding a better-than-advertised option for fantasy baseball owners.
Jason Grey profiles pitching prospect Tyler Chatwood, who has been moving up the Angels' minor league chain, and lays out his top 10 prospects for the remainder of 2010.
Jason Grey scouts Brett Anderson's rehab outings and notices a change in approach that could affect the young lefty's future value.
Jason Grey checks in on 20-year-old rookie Jason Heyward from both a scouting and fantasy perspective.
In this week's look at the top minor leaguers, Jason Grey profiles power-armed Rangers prospect Tanner Scheppers and updates his top 10 prospects for the remainder of 2010.
Jason Grey checks in on one-time stud prospect Chase Headley, noting that the youngster is steadily improving even if his fantasy numbers haven't shown it.
Jason Grey pulls out his rankings lists and tells the world which 12 guys he is heavily targeting in drafts and auctions.
Jason Grey analyzes Jarrod Parker and Jeremy Hellickson and notes how close they are to the majors and that they have good upside.
Jason Grey takes a closer look at top prospects Justin Smoak, Eric Young Jr. and David Hernandez.
Jason Grey discusses the emergence of Armando Galarraga and Ricky Nolasco.
Jason Grey recaps each position and breaks down which hitters provided the most fantasy value in July.
Jason Grey offers up some lessons he learned in scouting, including how he was so wrong on Matt Holliday.
Jason Grey breaks down Michael Bourn, who plans to get more aggressive at the plate.