As we take a look back at some of the key prospect lists, top 10s, and other minor league analysis from the week, here's this week's minor league links. Some key dates for the minor leagues this year:
April 6th - Full-season (AAA, AA, High-A, Low-A) leagues start their season
June 4th-6th - The Amateur Draft
June 15th-18th - Short-season leagues start their season
July 8th - Futures Game
We're also anticipating the top 101 from Kevin Goldstein in the coming week, as well as impact prospects for 2012 from Keith Law over at ESPN.com. Be sure to stay with Fake Teams as we continue to expand our minor league coverage, as well as our major league positional rankings sometime next week.
I also opened a brief discussion on Keith Law's top 100 prospect list, along with some of my thoughts for fantasy owners. Law also released his top 10 prospects per team, as well as a sleeper prospect per organization as well. (Insider for both links)
Bret Sayre released the first half of his top 100 dynasty prospects list. The second half will be out next week.
Craig Goldstein took a brief look at how the first round of his dynasty league minor league draft went. He also took a look at the top 100 prospect list from Scout.com, along with some of his thoughts on some of the rankings.
Markus Potter gave us some insights from a chat held by Kevin Goldstein earlier in the week.
Minor League Ball
Kevin Goldstein released more top 11 lists, including the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Atlanta Braves. Kevin will be releasing his top 101 prospects list on Monday, and I'm really looking forward to seeing how he has a few prospects rated.
Seedlings to Stars
Nathaniel Stoltz looks at two prospects in the White Sox system that could jump in rankings by the end of the season.
USA Today released Masterball's top 10 fantasy baseball prospects list, and it's not like any other list you've seen before.
KFFL released their top fantasy impact third base prospects for the 2012 season.
Prospect Junkies gives their top 10 list of second base prospects.