• 01.

    Pirates Prospect Interview: Josh Bell

    George Von Benko / PiratesDugout.com

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  • 02.

    Blog: 2014 Oakland A's Fall Instructs

    Kimberly Contreras / Arizona Correspondent

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Cardinals Prospect Interview: Oscar Mercado

    Brian Walton / TCN publisher and editor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Pirates Prospect Interview: Josh Bell

    George Von Benko / PiratesDugout.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Blog: 2014 Oakland A's Fall Instructs

    Kimberly Contreras / Arizona Correspondent

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Cardinals Prospect Interview: Oscar Mercado

    Brian Walton / TCN publisher and editor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Pirates Prospect Interview: Josh Bell

    George Von Benko / PiratesDugout.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Blog: 2014 Oakland A's Fall Instructs

    Kimberly Contreras / Arizona Correspondent

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Cardinals Prospect Interview: Oscar Mercado

    Brian Walton / TCN publisher and editor

    Full Story

Oakland A's Instructs Q&A: Rich Sparks

The Oakland A's Fall Instructional League comes to a conclusion next week. Over the past three weeks, A's prospects have worked closely with A's coaches, player development and scouting staff at "Instructs". Rich Sparks, the A's Midwest Region Area Scout, has spent the past few weeks working with players in camp. He spoke with us about the progress of several A's prospects.

Cardinals Prospect Interview: Carson Kelly

St. Louis Cardinals catching prospect Carson Kelly talks about his very eventful 2014.

Pirates Prospect Interview: Tyler Glasnow

The Pirates selected Tyler Glasnow as their minor league pitcher of the year, and he was pitcher of the year in the Florida State League. Glasnow spent the entire season with Bradenton striking out 11.4 batters per nine innings. PiratesDugout.com's George Von Benko caught up with Glasnow before he headed for the Arizona Fall League.

Refsnyder Going About His Work

Rob Refsnyder had another great season in 2014, hitting a combined .318 with 58 extra-base hits at the two highest minor league levels. Despite his success though, he still hasn't gotten that long awaited big league call-up. Neither upset nor disappointed, he just continues to go about his work and he is already getting ready for the 2015 season.

Cubs prospects, AFL preview

Addison Russell, C.J. Edwards and Dan Vogelbach headline the Cubs prospects list for the Arizona Fall League as play gets underway today. Cubs Park will host the Mesa Solar Sox, one of six teams in the AFL. Here’s a look at the AFL and the Cubs players.

Yankees 2014 IFA Class: First Impressions

The Yankees spent a record amount of money on this year's International free agent class and many of them got their first taste of baseball in the United States at Instructs, including, but not limited to, Dermis Garcia, Alexander Vargas, Hoy Jun Park, Miguel Flames, and others. Here are the first impressions as they get set for their debut seasons in 2015.

Cardinals Prospect Interview: Alex Reyes

The 20-year-old right-handed pitcher is the top prospect in the Midwest League and one of the best in the Cardinals system.

2014 MadFriars' Cal League Player of the Year

Summary: The Storm were the most successful team in the system with a 75-65 record before being swept in the opening round of the Cal League playoffs. The unusual aspect of this year’s squad was how much they were dominated by quality pitching prospects in what is easily the Padres’ organizations most hitter friendly league.

Q&A With A's 2nd-Round Pick Daniel Gossett

TROY, NY - The Oakland A’s focused much of their 2014 draft on pitching. The first pitcher the A’s selected this season was a right-hander out of Clemson, Daniel Gossett. With a strong professional debut season under his belt, Gossett enters the off-season as one of the A’s top pitching prospects. Donald Moore spoke with Gossett about his development.

Cardinals Prospect Interview: Ronnie Williams

Taken 68th overall in the 2014 Draft, right-handed pitcher Ronnie Williams skipped college to join the St. Louis Cardinals system.

Banuelos Still On Track

TAMPA, FL - Despite pitching quite well in his first year back from Tommy John surgery, some have said it was a disappointing year for Manny Banuelos, including even a part of himself. But considering he finished the year healthy and pitched the whole season, even making his last outing at Instructs on Wednesday, he can't help but believe he's still on track to make a big league splash someday.

Danny Hultzen: The Forgotten Prospect

Having spent the entire 2014 season rehabbing from extensive surgery on his pitching arm, Danny Hultzen could still become a huge piece for the Mariners going forward. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 draft is back throwing to live hitters now for the Mariners. So where is the left-hander mentally and physically? SeattleClubhouse checks in with him and others in the organization for this report.

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'15 MLB Draft Rankings