Since September we have, in one fashion or another, been performing some type of work on our Organizational Prospect Review series. Whether it has been calculating and posting League Performance Scores, or identifying players with our comparative player system, or actually ranking and writing the team reports—we’ve been busy! But now that we know that the Texas Rangers have the strongest Minor League system in the game, the obvious question is ‘What’s next’?
So we decided to take this moment to give you a look at what you can expect over the next two weeks—before Spring Training get’s rolling.
While the Prospect eGuide is filled with content that you have already seen posted here, it has a number of things that we haven’t shared with you. Over the next couple of weeks we will be giving you a look at some of that contact (but not all…so buy the eGuide). The most significant thing that will be coming, is the countdown of the Top 300 prospects. This will start next week.
We also have a few odds and ends that we have been preparing over the last couple of weeks; namely our Pre-Season College Baseball Top 25 and our first 2010 look at the June Amateur Draft.
Toward the end of the month, we will be publishing our results on a study that we have been working on that fits right into the whole ‘prospect season’. This is a study of determining ‘what is the true value of highly ranked prospects vs. those that are ranked lower’. I promise that we will come up with a catchier name before then, but we think you’ll find the results enlightening.
By the time all of that is complete, Spring Training will be in high gear and we will begin our spring prospect reports. So sit back and enjoy the ride.