Finding a staff ace is the hardest thing in baseball. Teams give up plenty of talent each year trading for veterans. There is a new wave of starting prospects on the horizon – many that may end up leading a rotation. Find out if your team's top starting prospects made the list.
Twenty-two teams missed out on the playoffs in 2009, forcing them to look ahead to the 2010 season before the postseason even began. Only one team, the New York Yankees, won the World Series. And they are now looking to repeat.
February 14, 2010
The Reading Phillies had a number of strong pitching prospects on their roster in 2009 and a good chunk of them could be headed to Lehigh Valley and beyond in 2010.
November 18, 2009
Michael Taylor is on the DL and Kyle Drabek has been shut down for the season, but both did enough work earlier in the year to warrant being awarded the Paul Owens Award by the Phillies.
September 2, 2009
Kyle Drabek is shut down. Michael Taylor is still out. And there's plenty of other news, notes and numbers to take a look at in the Phillies minor league system.
August 31, 2009
Fans have clamored all season for Kyle Drabek to keep moving up the minor league ladder and land in Philadelphia. Speculation was that he would be the September Savior for the Phillies. Now, it appears he'll have to wait until 2010 to hit the majors, but that may not be a bad thing.
August 21, 2009
Phillies minor league director Steve Noworyta sat down with Philly Baseball News to talk about some of the key prospects in the organization. Noworyta talks about various players, like Kyle Drabek, Scott Mathieson and Dominic Brown.
August 12, 2009