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FAAB Factor-NL: Stretch Run Pickups

Wilin Rosario just returned from the DL, and some of his owners may have been impatient with his performance and then his injury and might have dropped him, suggests RotoWire's Jan Levine.

Minor League Barometer: Navigating the Tradewinds

A number of prospects have new homes after the trade deadline, but Kyle Crick isn't going anywhere.

The Saber's Edge: Good Bet To Succeed?

Is Mookie Betts a good bet to become a productive big league hitter? Jeff Zimmerman breaks down the current crop of hitting prospects to find the players most likely to become productive bats at the top level.

Minor League Barometer: Here's a Story ...

Trevor Story's star dimmed last season, but it is shining brightly again with a rebound campaign in 2014.

FAAB Factor-NL: Mike Olt!

Jan Levine reviews this week's crop of possible NL pickups, starting with Mike Olt, who is getting more playing time at third base for the Cubs.

Minor League Barometer: Ready to Shine

Dominate in the minors, Jake Odorizzi is the No. 5 starter for the Rays, seizing the opportunity due to the injury to Jeremy Hellickson.

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

2014 Padres Team Preview: Relevant Once Again

With a revamped bullpen and a quality starting staff, the Padres could make some noise in 2014, health permitting. But will Chase Headley bounce back at the dish?

House of Shlain: Organizational Top-10 Lists: NL

Max Fried tops an impressive organizational prospect list in San Diego in Nick Shlain's latest look at the top-10 prospects for each National League Club.

House of Shlain: On the Move

Former Oakland first-round pick Grant Green is one of many minor leaguers that has been on the move recently. Nick Shlain takes a look at a number of top prospects that have recently changed levels.

Bernie On The Scene: The Future Is Bright

With the Futures Game now in the books, Bernie Pleskoff takes stock of the talent he saw at Citi Field on Sunday afternoon including the Twins' Miguel Sano.

Top 200 Prospects: A New No. 1

With the addition of the 2013 draft class, Byron Buxton tops the latest Top 200 list from Nick Shlain and Jesse Siegel.

Minor League Barometer: Up A Crick

Kyle Crick missed the first two months of the season due to a shoulder issue but has been scintillating upon his return and looks like a future frontline starter.

Minor League Barometer: Primed for an MLB Debut

Jarred Cosart has battled command issues this season for Triple-A Oklahoma City, but it shouldn't be long before he gets the call to the big club.

Profar's Last Stand: Top 200 Prospects - May Update

On the eve of his 2013 season debut with the Rangers, Jurickson Profar tops the list for Jesse Siegel and Nick Shlain in their latest Top 200 prospect rankings.

FAAB Factor-NL: Big Z's New Stripes

Carlos Zambrano has traded in the blue pinstripes of the Cubs and will soon be wearing the red ones of the Phillies. David Regan discusses him and Brandon Beachy among others this week.

Bernie On The Scene: Catching Prospects to Watch

Seattle's Mike Zunino tops Bernie Pleskoff's list of impact catching prospects.

Bernie On The Scene: Random NL Thoughts

After trading away Jose Reyes this offseason, the Marlins loaded up with young talent capable of making an impact in the near future.

House of Shlain: Falling Prospects

RotoWire's Nick Shlain looks at prospects whose stock has fallen this spring.

Top 200 Prospects: Russell On the Rise

With an impressive professional debut last season, Addison Russell's stock is rising quickly.

Bernie On The Scene: Grading the Catchers

While elite power is difficult to find behind the plate, there a plenty of catchers with pop around the league right now.

Collette Calls: Dish Deficit

Injuries to Buster Posey and Joe Mauer have left the talent pool behind the plate thin this season. Still, there's plenty of risk making long-term investments in catchers. Jason Collette breaks it down.