This prospect rankings article updates my offseason prospect projections piece, making use of my research on aging and the minor leagues featured at ‘Scout the Stat Line,’ a website Ross Jensen and I co-publish.
This piece is intended to be a collection of thoughts and observations from the team here at The Dynasty Guru that can help fantasy managers make roster decisions. Often times our mornings start off by sipping a cup of coffee while perusing the box scores from the previous night’s games.
Scouting the Statline focuses on using aging curves and major league equivalencies to generate peak projections. Peak projections put all minor and major leaguers on equal footing for comparative purposes, allowing us to easily build data-based rankings and leaderboards.
The first skill I look at is the hit tool when analyzing prospects. I believe that this is the most crucial tool for hitters, as everything else is tied to it. What good is 80-grade power if you cannot make contact with the ball? How many bases can plus speed
During the offseason, our staff has worked tirelessly to rank, debate, re-rank, and write up more than 600 players to help dynasty leaguers on their road to glory. As is typical, we put a bow on this offseason process with the following dynasty top 500. If you’re interested and able,
Hello and welcome back to the PROSPECTS ONLY portion of our ranking SZN, continuing on with the second have of our 2B portion! Lots of major league ready and lower-level talent on this list, but a list deep in promise and ability! We hope you enjoy the list and feel
This article continues an annual series providing peak projections for prospects. The projections are derived from peak major league equivalencies that use my (Jordan’s) aging curves and league translations to convert every player’s statistics to the same peak MLB (American League) baseline, making it easier to compare players at different