Back in July, the staff at Baseball Farm compiled their list of Top 100 prospects and the Atlanta Braves, Chicago White Sox, San Diego Padres, and Tampa Bay Rays respectfully had the most players ranked inside the Top 100 and rightfully so. Mike Soroka, RHP: The Atlanta Braves leader in the “Plum Prospects” was RHP […]Read More Farm Report: A Look Back at the Braves Top 100
Each week, we search the boxscores and use our own proprietary roto weighting system to pick one hitter and one pitcher who had the best week at each minor league level.
Here are Baseball Farm’s Prospects of the Week for the fourteenth week of the season, July 2 thru July 8, 2018:Read More Prospects of the Week: July 2 – July 8
We’ve used scouting reports, our proprietary roto scoring method, and our Prospect of the Week lists to create our Prospect Team of the Month for May, 2018:Read More Prospect Team of the Month: May
We put together our ‘Plum Prospect’ ranks by aggregating the rankings of the top prospects across several major, publicly available top-100 prospect lists. These are not our personal prospect picks. Rather, think of these rankings as measuring the ‘pulse’ of the current thinking among experts on prospect rankings. Use them as you would use ADP rankings in your fantasy league, to identify potential bargains on draft day or in trades. Additionally, you can use these rankings to double check your own rankings to figure out if you are too high or too low on a certain prospect.Read More Plum Prospects: Volume 6 (#51-60)