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Fake Teams Monitors the Minor League Links: Week of February 18

As we continue on with our positional rankings, the first teams have begun reporting for Spring Training. We're likely to see at least a fair amount of top prospects at the start of Spring Training, but many will likely be sent to minor league camp before too long. With that in mind, here's the links from around the minor league world for this week.

Fake Teams

Bret Sayre released the second half of his top 100 fantasy prospects list on Tuesday.

Craig Goldstein continued to review his dynasty league draft, looking at round 2 and round 3 this week.

I continued on with the Minor League Keeper Thoughts series, looking at some of the prospects from the Tampa Bay Rays system.

I also took a look at some of the excerpts from Kevin Goldstein's top 101 prospects chat

Ray Guilfoyle took a look at some excerpts from Keith Law's top 100 prospects chat. (Part 1, Part 2). He also put together a lineup of the best players at each position based on his rankings.

Ray also took a look at some of the reactions to the Yoenis Cespedes signing by the Athletics.

Chris Buckley continued on with reviewing his 50 round dynasty draft, looking at rounds 31-40.

Minor League Ball

John Sickels opened up a discussion on how teams should now try to spend their budget for international signees.

John also wrote about some draft sleepers from rounds 10-20 of last season's draft.

Ray wrote about an up-and-coming hitting prospect in the Dodgers' system.

Matt Garrioch reviewed the top 2011 international signings, as well as taking a look at Trevor Story of the Rockies and some prospects from the 2011 draft who could have an impact on the 2012 fantasy season.

Baseball America

J.J. Cooper released a brief scouting report on new A's prospect Yoenis Cespedes (subscription required).

Baseball Prospectus

Kevin Goldstein released his top 101 prospects list, with the Legend at #101. He also released his top 11 for the Red Sox last week.

Baseball Instinct

The guys over at Baseball Instinct released four positional top prospect lists based on their overall top 360, including the top 3B prospects, the top AL outfield prospects, the top NL outfield prospects, and the top left handed pitching prospects.

Mike Koepp gave an in-depth scouting report on Red Sox 3B prospect Will Middlebrooks.


Marc Hulet released his top 15 list for the Atlanta Braves, with Julio Teheran at the top of the list. He also released his top 15 for the Kansas City Royals, with Wil Myers ahead of Mike Montgomery.

Seedlings to Stars

Seedlings to Stars released their top prospects by position for the Philadelphia Phillies

Other Sites:

Fantasy Baseball 365 released their prospect rankings for the Mets, the Orioles, and the Nationals.

MLB Dirt released their top 16 prospects for the Yankees, the Athletics,

Razzball looked at the Minnesota Twins 2011 minor leagues in review.

Fantasy Baseball Cafe looked at some of the top shortstop prospects in the minors right now.