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Minor League Barometer: Prospect Year in Review

The year did not go according to play for prospect Taijuan Walker, who has dealt with injuries, command issues and criticism from the Mariners.

Behind the Numbers: Moves for the Home Stretch

Teams out of the playoff race still have a lot to play for, including calling up the likes of Cubs prospect Kris Bryant.

Behind the Numbers: 10 Surprising Numbers

Dee Gordon has gone from looking like a Quad-A player to an All-Star in a surprising first half that has provided plenty of fantasy value.

Behind the Numbers: Pitchers to Target and Avoid

Justin Verlander is having a tough year, but he's still missing plenty of bats. What's that mean for his prospects the rest of this season?

Mound Musings: Super 2 To You Too

With Super 2 status passed, more prospect hurlers could be promoted soon, joining the likes of Baltimore's Kevin Gausman.

Behind the Numbers: Gaining an Edge with xFIP

David Price has been unlucky this season, as his xFIP, which is more than a run lower than his ERA, makes clear.

FAAB Factor-NL: No Go For CarGo

Corey Dickerson has taken ahold of a full-time job in the outfield for the Rockies with Carlos Gonzalez on the DL. See how much Jan Levine suggests you bid for him in this week's article.

House of Shlain: Level by Level

The Astros' Jonathan Singleton is getting a lot of attention during his impressive run at Triple-A this season, but Domingo Santana might be on the brink of making a significant impact in Houston.

FAAB Factor-NL: Change of Scenery

Ike Davis gets a fresh start in Pittsburgh - how much does Jan Levine think you should bid on him?

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.

2014 Rockies Preview: Looking To Rebound

Key injuries and inconsistent pitching caused Colorado to fall to the bottom of the NL West last season, but if the Rockies can stay healthy in 2014 they could contend for a playoff berth.

House of Shlain: Prospect Mock Thoughts

RotoWire's Nick Shlain participated in a prospect mock recently and is sharing his thoughts on the first two rounds.

Mound Musings: Kids on Parade Watch List

Taijuan Walker is one of the younger arms on this year's list of pitchers who made their marks in 2013, but he's also one of the best.

House of Shlain: Top-20 Dynasty League Prospects

With the minor league playoffs in full swing, Nick Shlain shares his top-20 dynasty league prospects -- including Twins farmhand Miguel Sano.

Minor League Barometer: Closing Out the Season

The Giants' Kyle Crick is among the next wave of upper-tier pitching prospets. Who else makes the grade?

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.

Minor League Barometer: Noah Reaches the Mountaintop

Is Noah Syndergaard the best pitching prospect in baseball? Chew on that and a lot of other interesting tidbits in this week's Minor League Barometer.

FAAB Factor - NL: Beware the Beard?

Brian Wilson is now going to be wearing Dodger Blue - is he worth a bid? Jan Levine tells you that and more in this week's article.

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.

Mound Musings: The Changing Landscape

Teams are increasingly using the draft to find players who are nearly major-league ready. Such is the case with the Astros' first-overall selection of Mark Appel, who could be in Houston later this year.

House of Shlain: Top Prospects From 2013 Draft

First overall pick Mark Appel tops Nick Shlain's dynasty rankings from the 2013 draft class.

The Wheelhouse: Head of the Class

The Astros maxed out their value in the first 10 rounds by taking Carlos Correa first overall ahead of Byron Buxton last June, but Buxton has been the most impressive first-rounder in the 2012 draft class thus far.