The Dodgers have reportedly promoted Corey Seager, their top prospect and the No. 2 prospect in the game according to MLB Pipeline, to the big leagues on Thursday.
Now it's time to look at a half-dozen prospects we'd like to see get a big league opportunity this month -- but who probably won't, despite being ready for prime time.
Fantasy baseball season is a grind, and owners who keep their eye on the ball during September are often rewarded by accumulating valuable points in the final standings. There are several talented players who will return from the disabled list in the coming days, and the two-start options for next week are also appealing.
Which Arizona Fall League roster has the most talent? Who will be the first big leaguer from the 2015 Draft? MLBPipeline.com's Jim Callis responds to fans' questions about baseball's future stars.
Mitch Moreland doubled home Elvis Andrus in the top of the 10th inning and the Rangers held on for a 4-3 victory over the Padres on Wednesday night.
Mark Mathias' career is just beginning, but he may never have as good of a game as he did Wednesday. The Indians' No. 21 prospect homered and tripled as part of a 4-for-5 performance, while his career-high six RBIs proved to be the difference in Class A Short Season Mahoning Valley's 11-5 victory over Auburn
Bryce Harper left Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Cardinals because of tightness in his left glute and was replaced by Matt den Dekker.
With the Orioles down 11-0 in Tuesday night's game, manager Buck Showalter began removing some of the starters prior to the ninth inning and Chris Davis was one of the guys he had in mind. If it's OK with you, Davis said, I'd like to finish this thing.
With a pair of solo homers and a go-ahead RBI double, Ryan Zimmerman helped the Nationals salvage a win during their three-game visit to Busch Stadium. Washington's 4-3 victory halted the Cardinals' winning streak at four games.
From his observation point roughly 75 feet away, Jimmy Rollins saw nothing of concern with Clayton Kershaw in the ninth inning Wednesday as the pitch count rose along with pulse rates at Dodger Stadium. The Giants were threatening, but the big lefty was still dealing.
Carlos Gonzalez had never faced D-backs rookie reliever Keith Hessler before. He had some paperwork that said Hessler threw an upper-90s fastball with a slider, but the resources were still limited.
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The Orioles snapped a six-game losing streak in style Wednesday night. They hit a few home runs, robbed one at the wall and watched their star center fielder cut down another run at the plate. Adam Jones' assist from center field leads off Wednesday's highlights, which also include a robbery by Steve Pearce, a pair of Chris Davis homers, an inside-the-park round-tripper in New York and a pair of prodigious blasts in Missouri.
The other hero of the game for the Dodgers was Chase Utley. His game-winning home run became a footnote Wednesday night, but without it, Clayton Kershaw would have had a 15-strikeout, hang-with-'em no-decision.
Although no team is eligible to clinch a playoff berth quite yet, the postseason picture is starting to take shape. With several intra-division series throughout September, there will be no shortage of meaningful games as the season winds down and the field is narrowed to 10.
Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz was removed from Wednesday night's 8-3 Seattle win over the Astros with a strained quad muscle in his right leg after getting thrown out at the plate in the top of the seventh inning.
Rookie Cheslor Cuthbert homered and had four RBIs, Kendrys Morales and Lorenzo Cain each homered and had three RBIs, and right-hander Yordano Ventura matched a career-high with 11 strikeouts as the Royals pummeled the Tigers in a 12-1 win on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium.