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Left-handed prospect Martin Perez missed two months with a broken left arm and the Rangers would like to give him more time before considering him as an option at the Major League level. But he is one of several under consideration to pitch the second game of a doubleheader against the Diamondbacks on Monday in Arizona.
Manager Don Mattingly said the Dodgers have had internal conversations about calling up outfield prospects Yasiel Puig or Joc Pederson -- the club's Nos. 1 and 3 prospects, according to MLB.com.
Brewers Minor League pitching prospect Damien Magnifico has a big right arm and, it turns out, a big heart. Magnifico took to Twitter on Tuesday, hoping to raise awareness of the disaster relief efforts under way in Oklahoma, and pledged to make a donation for every re-Tweet he received.
The Orioles are expected to promote highly regarded pitching prospect Kevin Gausman to make Thursday's start at Toronto, with the organization believing that the 22-year-old right-hander, currently with Double-A Bowie, is its best option.
When David Adams connected on a high, arcing drive toward the left-field foul pole on Monday, his biggest concern was that the ball would stay fair.
Kansas City Hall of Famer George Brett will be the Royals' representative at this year's First-Year Player Draft. Brett and one or two representatives from all 30 Major League teams will be at the June 6 Draft in New York.
Rookie right-hander Jose Fernandez kept the Marlins in the game for five innings as he allowed just one run, but the bullpen could not follow suit. Miami's relievers gave up six runs in a 7-3 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday night at Marlins Park.
Luis Valbuena has been the Cubs' primary third baseman this season, but the club also has Ian Stewart and Josh Vitters in its farm system. According to manager Dale Sveum, developing prospect Vitters is the team's top priority.
Kerry Wood will be one of the Cubs' representatives at the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, to be held June 6 at MLB Network's Studio 42 in Secaucus, N.J.
Former Padres pitcher Andy Ashby, who won 70 games over eight seasons with the team, will represent the franchise during Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft next month.
Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer's baseball history is a fascinating story of outstanding pitching highlights, unconventional training techniques, personal conviction, endless commentary and differing opinions.
Austin Wilson, the 6-foot-5, 245-pound Stanford junior and likely first-round pick, will find out what his next step will be at the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, to be held June 6-8.
A star-studded cast of accomplished baseball legends will be on hand for the first day of the First-Year Player Draft on June 6, as the league welcomes its next crop of top prospects.
There is some serious talent among the outfielders available in next month's First-Year Player Draft, with perhaps as many as seven, from both high schools and colleges, who are candidates to go in the first round. But some have a long way to go in their development.
A's top prospect Addison Russell struggled at the start of the 2013 season, but he has recently turned the corner offensively at Class A Advanced Stockton.
Triple-A Lehigh Valley right-hander Adam Morgan had been scheduled to pitch Tuesday, but the Phillies said he has been scratched because of a shoulder issue. The club offered no further details. Morgan is considered one of the organization's top prospects, but is 1-4 with a 4.97 ERA in eight starts.
Jurickson Profar, MLB.com's top-rated prospect, was in the Rangers lineup at second base on Monday, one day after being recalled from Triple-A Round Rock.
It took a while, 50 games to be exact, but the Blue Jays and Marcus Stroman are both extremely happy the former first-round Draft pick is back pitching again.
Slowly but surely, things have begun to turn around under the guidance of general manager Neal Huntington, and the Pirates' farm system is now ranked seventh in baseball.
Heading into the spring, college pitching seemed to be a big strength in this year's Draft, and while any one of five hurlers could reasonably be taken in the top 10 picks, there have been more question marks surrounding the pitchers after Mark Appel and Jonathan Gray.
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