Blue Jays Prospects
Matt Graves - Mar 26, 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays prospects have come and gone over the years. Bo Bichette, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and first-round draft pick Alek Manoah have since graduated to the majors. The Blue Jays traded for Matt Chapman from the Oakland Athletics most recently. The rebuilding A’s received four minor league prospects- Toronto’s top pick in the […]

Jay Sheehy - Aug 11, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels‘ future was on full display with a flurry of moves this past week. Draft picks and undrafted free agents made debuts across the lower levels of the Angels system. 2021 1st round draft pick Sam Bachman made his debut for the Tri-City Dust Devils. The full season teams combined for a […]

Zach Walling - Aug 5, 2021

The San Francisco Giants have promoted their top-ranked prospect, Marco Luciano, to the High-A Eugene Emeralds. The 19-year old from the Dominican Republic is the #11 ranked prospect in baseball, according to Luciano was the top-rated middle infielder in the 2018 international class and figures to be an all-star level talent in the majors. Marco […]

Jay Sheehy - Aug 4, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels farm system posted an 18-24 record overall last week. The Angels made a flurry of moves that included promotions for top prospects Reid Detmers, Chris Rodriguez, and Jo Adell. Detmers made his major league debut against the Oakland Athletics last Sunday. Although he struggled, his stuff and overall polish had Angels […]

Reid Detmers
Jay Sheehy - Aug 2, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels are set to call up Reid Detmers, the team’s top pitching prospect, to start against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday. The 22-year-old southpaw was the Angels’ first-round pick in 2020. Detmers spent last season at the Angels alternate site after the minor league baseball season was canceled due to COVID-19. The young […]

Jay Sheehy - Jul 27, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels minor leagues played better than .500 baseball over the last week. Yet, that wasn’t the biggest news of the week. The Angels promoted Reid Detmers and Chris Rodriguez to Triple-A. The Angels win over the Minnesota Twins last night moved their record to 49-49. Things are starting to look up in […]

Jay Sheehy - Jul 20, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels minor league system excelled over the last couple of weeks. Every club in the system played .500 ball or better, led by Inland Empire’s 8-3 record during that time. Overall, the organization went 30-21 across all five levels. The biggest highlight came yesterday as the Angels called up top prospect Brandon Marsh […]

Andrew Painter
Akshaj Gaur - Jul 11, 2021

Andrew Painter is one of the most fascinating prep arms in the 2021 MLB Draft. The Pompano Beach native is entering the MLB Draft as a projected first-round pick following four years at the Calvary Christian Academy. Painter has committed to Florida, but it is unlikely that he will fulfill this commitment due to his […]

Jay Sheehy - Jul 9, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels farm system took it to another level over the last week with the help of many Angels prospects. The inclusion of the Rookie-league Angels helped the organization to a winning record over the past week: 18-17. The Angels were one of three organizations to have three players win the Player of […]

2021 MLB Draft
Akshaj Gaur - Jul 9, 2021

The 2021 MLB Draft kicks off on July 11th and there are many unknowns up and down the draft board. Here is a 2021 MLB Mock Draft.

Jay Sheehy - Jul 2, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels farm system continued to improve last week despite the organization’s 11-13 overall record. And there is help on the way. The complex leagues started yesterday in Arizona and Florida. The Angels rookie-level club plays in the renamed Arizona Complex League, which was formerly called the Arizona League (AZL). Eight of the […]

Jay Sheehy - Jun 23, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels minor leagues combined for an 11-13 record last week. On the season, the Angels organization is 72-91 throughout the four levels. There were, however, superstar-level highlights found on the pitcher’s mound at Double-A. Led by Angels #2 prospect Reid Detmers, the Rocket City Trash Pandas dominated Biloxi. Not surprisingly, the pitching […]

Angels minor league
Jay Sheehy - Jun 16, 2021

It was a winning week for the Los Angeles Angels minor league system due to the excellent play of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. The Trash Pandas went 5-1 last week, while the organization ended up 14-12. The strong week pushed the Trash Pandas over .500 on the season. They are the only Angels farm […]

Jo Adell
Jay Sheehy - Jun 7, 2021

The Los Angeles Angels farm system continues to struggle through the first month of the minor league season. Altogether, the Angels minor league teams have accrued a record of 47-66. Each of the four clubs has a sub-.500 winning record. The wait for this week’s review was strategic, hoping that someone or some team would do […]

Cade Cavalli
Akshaj Gaur - Jun 1, 2021

While the Nationals have one of the thinnest farm systems in the majors, Cade Cavalli has impressed in 2021 and could be a fast riser.

Jay Sheehy - May 25, 2021

Although the Los Angeles Angels farm system suffered through a 9-15 overall record last week, there were some excellent performances to soften the blow. In Low-A, Ryan Smith put on a performance that earned him Pitcher of the Week honors. Plus, Kyren Paris had a run of extra-base hits for the Inland Empire 66ers. In […]

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