LATEST STORIES FROM BASEBALL PROSPECTUS
From the next great shortstop to a pair of electric pitchers on the mend, and all the brightest fantasy futures in between.
BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 816: 2016 Season Preview Series: Philadelphia Phillies by Ben Lindbergh, Sam Miller and Jeffrey Paternostro
Ben and Sam preview the Phillies` season with Holly M. Wendt, and Jeff talks to News Journal Phillies beat writer Meghan Montemurro (at 23:50)
On the decisions that lead to Logan Morrison being the fastest man on a bench.
Examining future fantasy contributors at the six spot.
Scouring the senior-circuit six-spot menu.
These lucky souls have a better chance of making an NL team out of Spring Training than you do. Barely.
Look who`s coming to camp this year, ma!
A breakdown of the nos. 10 and 11 prospects from the BP Top 101
A division title caused significant turnover, but the Jays aren`t lacking in prospect talent.
Breaking down the players at the six spot into fantasy-value-based bins.
Examining which players at this position see their values rise or fall in OBP and points formats.
A look at where six-spotters have been going in drafts held to date.
Is the Ranger or the Giant a better fantasy bet for 2016?
Identifying shortstops who could be good daily-fantasy or season-long plays when they have the platoon advantage.
Is Appel a change of scenery or a change of delivery candidate?
Baseball`s all-male environment makes clubhouse chemistry especially important. Does it also make it especially challenging.
The importance of properly weighting the scarcity factor when it comes to elite shortstops.
The 30,000-foot-high view of the six spot for fantasy purposes.
The staff identifies potential value plays at this position for the coming season.
A whole slew of pitchers switch organizations, and if things go right, they`ll never have to use them.
In the career trajectories of seven (or eight) young(ish) shortstops, we see the volatility of baseball careers at this level.
Prospect Debate: Can Smith Drop the Hammer? by Christopher Crawford, Jeffrey Paternostro and Ezra Wise
Is power a requirement for a first-base prospect?
A novel, in one accurate throw from Jered Weaver to Kyle Seager.
Exploring the next paradigm shift in baesball analysis.
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