clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Fake Teams Monitors the Minor League Links: Week of 1/21/2012

Getty Images

Time for some more prospect links, as we also start hearing about Spring Training invites for some of the top prospects in the minors as well.

Fake Teams

Minor League Prospects: Golden Gose? - FakeTeams
Craig Goldstein takes an in-depth comparison of two of the top outfield propects, Anthony Gose and Wil Myers.

Minor League Keeper Thoughts: Pittsburgh Pirates - FakeTeams
I took a quick look at some of the more fantasy-relevant prospects in the Pittsburgh Pirates' minor leagues, now at FakeTeams.

Minor League Prospects: Franklin Comes Alive*? - FakeTeams
Craig Goldstein takes an in-depth comparison of two of the top shortstop prospects in the high minors right now, Hak-Ju Lee and Nick Franklin.

Minor League Ball

John Sickels took some time in between finishing up his prospect handbook to complete an All Questions Answered thread.

Prospect Rankings by Team

Baseball America: Detroit Tigers | Minnesota Twins | Kansas City Royals

Baseball Prospectus: Chicago White Sox | Cleveland Indians

Seedlings to Stars: Chicago Cubs | Chicago White Sox | Cincinnati Reds

Other Articles

MLB Daily Dish also released complete organizational charts for a number of teams this week, and you can find thei links in the box below:

Yankees | Red Sox | Blue Jays | Rays | Orioles | Indians | White Sox |

Royals | Twins | Tigers | Angels | Mariners

Nathaniel Stoltz of Seedlings to Stars takes a look at the top prospects from the National League West that did not make his top 100 this year.

The guys over at Bullpen Banter released updated top 15 prospects with traded prospects, as well as a list of their top 15 prospects traded. Very interested to see that they had Jarrod Parker ahead of Jesus Montero on one version of the list.

They also put together their rankings of the farm systems as a whole, and not a huge surprise that Texas and Toronto came in #1 and #2 in both sets of rankings.

Jonathan Mayo of MLB.COM released his top 10 left handed pitching prospects this week, with Matt Moore at the top.

In addition, Mayo also released his top 10 prospects at each of the following positions:

Catcher | Third Base | Shortstop | Right Handed Pitchers