With Minor League seasons done for 2013, which prospects are your targeting for next season? We saw elite talent come earlier and at a younger age than ever before this season. Two important considerations with this list; 1) Players listed were not called up in September 2) Players in very low minors or teenagers were left out for the most part. Follow these 20 players (ten pitchers and ten hitters) in the Fall League and Spring Training. Some will be in your draft/auciton in '14, others should be considered for your minor league draft.
The Sirius XM 2013 MLB Futures Game highlights the final weekend heading into the All-Star break. What better way to get a sneak peek at the best prospects in both the American and National leagues, not only home grown talent, but from around the world! The 15th annual Futures Game is being held at Citi Field in New York and will be carried LIVE on ESPN2 beginning at 2pm EST this Sunday afternoon. While some preseason favorites like Dylan Bundy (pictured) are either injured or not living up to expectations, both the USA and World rosters are loaded with talent! Let's take a look at those that may get a chance with "The Show" at some point later this season.
As we pass the halfway mark of the season and quickly ride towards the All-Star break, who are the minor league players that will soon be on your radar? We have seen some elite talent get the call, some directly from Double-A, skipping Triple-A altogether! Much of fantasy baseball and fantasy sports in general is anticipating moves in advance of your competition. With that in mind, the final of our four part series looking at Triple-A players with fantasy appeal in 2013. We conclude with National League pitchers.