Tag: Top Prospects

2022 Top Prospects Announced

(GAME DATE — April 1, 2022) The Bull League’s Top Prospects List as ranked by the OSA has been released, and the news is great for California’s Mei-shan Siu, who retains the #1 spot once again.

Siu (California) was named #1 Bull League Prospect for the 2nd year in a row.

The 24-year-old righty from Huainan, China, spent just 35.1 innings on the Tidals major roster last season, after being drafted in 2019 and working his way up from A-level Flagstaff Racers. Continue reading “2022 Top Prospects Announced”

Rambo Tops Prospects List

(GAME DATE – Apr. 15, 2020) — The Bull League’s Top 100 Prospects list was put out on Opening Day, and we’ll review the top names as we roll through April, starting with Numero Uno, John Rambo.

#1 JOHN “LONE WOLF” RAMBO, CHICAGO

The 22-year-old right fielder was drafted first overall by the Chicago Pit Bulls in the 2019 draft, coming out of two years with Arizona State University where he patrolled the outfield for the Sun Devils.

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Motorheads Pipeline Thin

The Detroit Motorheads have the 15th ranked minor league system in baseball, and nowhere does it show more than the thin list at their top levels of viable prospects.

Their top three levels, from AAA down to A, have struggled to win, and also struggled to produce high-talent homegrown players for the major-level. Continue reading “Motorheads Pipeline Thin”

Denver Prospect Pool Shallow

The Denver Danger, which have been essentially abandoned by their last GM, Troy Olsen, have a frighteningly bare prospect cupboard going into 2018, a probably sign that the team is not ready for the postseason for some time to come.

Their system is ranked dead last – 20th out of 20 teams – due mainly to having no Top 50 prospects at all. Continue reading “Denver Prospect Pool Shallow”

Dallas May Have Turned Corner on Prospects

The hapless Dallas Deputies have struggled since coming into the league in 2012 as an expansion team. They have never finished above 4th place in their division, and despite clawing their way to a team record .420 win percentage last season, were still relegated to basement dweller status in one of the toughest divisions in the league, the AEL’s East Division.

But if the latest glance at the minor league system rankings is any indication, the team may be poised to turn things around finally, especially at the low minor level, as years of early draft picks come into fruition. Continue reading “Dallas May Have Turned Corner on Prospects”

Pit Bulls Prospects Ready Now

The Chicago Pit Bulls minor league system ranks 5th in the Bull League, and the team appears poised to let some of their top prospects break into the major level now. And they look ready for it.

Topping the list of Pit Bulls prospects is 3B Jon Guillot, a 22-year-old from Brooklyn who has spent 5 years in rookie and A-level, but could make the leap this spring to the active roster. Continue reading “Pit Bulls Prospects Ready Now”