MLB Pro 2019 Top 20 Outfield Prospects

The outfield is a really loaded prospect list, as it combines any player who mainly plays in the outfield. This makes it difficult, as the defensive demands of a centerfielder are different than that or a rightfielder. Because of this, lots of guys could be in a different spot on the ranking, but they all fall within 2 spots of […]

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MLB Pro 2019 Top 10 Shortstop Prospects

Shortstop is a funny position, as many of the best prospects get moved to another position due to poor fielding. It’s incredibly rare to find players who can hit above league average, and can play the defense needed to stay at the position. Because of that, defense is much higher value on this list than any others, including catcher. Some […]

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MLB Pro 2019 Top 10 Third Base Prospects

Third base is fairly weak at the Major League level, but there are more than enough prospects coming up who will become future starters, and several stars. With solid defense, big power and several prospects with 70-grade contact potential. Some third base prospects that just missed our top 10 list are the Rays’ Jordan Groshans and the White Sox’s Dorssys […]

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MLB Pro 2019 Top 10 First Base Prospects

Most first basemen prospects are picked solely based on their hitting potential. Many are converted from other positions when it’s realized they can’t play defense. And some of these first basemen will end up as a DH for their career. Some first base prospects that just missed our top 10 list are the Brewers’ Max Flora, the Nationals’ Adrián Hernández […]

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MLB Pro 2019 Top 10 Second Base Prospects

Our league is fairly void of second base prospects, as many of the star 2B in our league are converted shortstops. But we still have a few, mainly with slick fielding and high contact rates. Some second base prospects that just missed our top 10 list are the Orioles’ Nick Senzel and the Athletics’ Bo Bichette. Going from the back […]

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MLB Pro 2019 Top 10 Catcher Prospects

Catching prospects are seldom found in MLB Pro, with many people opting for above average defense and hope that they can get slightly below average offensive output. With the collective offensive output of the position at the Major League level, this gives you a productive player in comparison to the other catchers in the league. Some catching prospects that just […]

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The Best Nicknames of MLB Pro

While there are very few people in MLB Pro that we know by just their nickname, there’s still plenty that catch our eye when searching for that 3rd prospect to complete a deal or cleaning out your minors and you have to decide between a player with a nickname and one without. But here’s the 84 best nicknames in MLB […]

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The Race to First (Pick)

At the end of the season last year, there was three races that people were watching at the end of the season. The Dodgers and Padres were in a battle for the NL West, and it came down to game 163, with the loser going into the wild card, which was a 6-team battle down to the last series. Then […]

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Potential Changes to the MLB Pro Rules?

With the 2018 Winter Meetings taking place, there have been 3 new rules put up for a vote, with two of them surrounding coaches. Coaches have been a lot of the talk in the past 2 seasons after Houston spent $17.592 million, and that doesn’t include their manager or any of their minor league staff (where they have another coach […]

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Astros Search For New Manager

The Houston Astros and manager Masamichi Ito have decided to go separate ways. This comes after Ito managed just one season in Houston, leading the Astros to the fifth worst record of all-time, a pathetic 54-108. He certainly was not the problem, as he was handed a team with very little talent. He had spent 3 seasons managing the Hiroshima […]

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MLB Pro Pipeline: Today’s Top Prospects 8/19

Yesterday’s Top Prospects: Dodgers’ #5 prospect Roberto Lopez had a hell of a game last night in Oklahoma City. The outfielder hit home runs in his first two at-bats, used his blazing speed to cause an error on a groundball to first base, and knocked a 2-run single. He also made not just one but two catches that fans thought […]

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Sit Down Interview with Astros GM Matt Wells

This is Sir Wayne Ellington III here, with an exclusive interview with the legendary general manager of the Houston Astros, Matt Wells. WE: Matt, how’s it going today? MW: Well, *drinks* have you looked at the standings recently Wayne? WE: Fair enough, but you still have lots to look forward to. When you were placed in charge of this team, you […]

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MLB Pro’s 2017 All-Under 25 Team

The well-known stars in the league are the players who have been around for awhile, have put up strong careers, had memorable moments that fans can recall, and they’re the ones who get the big contracts. But every team has a budget, and can’t afford to be full of these high-priced stars. The majority of any roster is players who […]

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