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Royals Top 60 Prospects: #37-31


Does anyone else feel like the MLB Playoffs are starting to feel like the NBA playoffs?  I don't mind all the games--but all the days off are painful.  The offseason has officially now begun and...

Royals Review Prospect Pulse: July


Royals Review ranks the Top 50 Royals Prospects of the Month.

Royals Review Prospect Pulse: June


A look at how the top 40 Royals prospects did in the month of June.

Royals Review Prospect Pulse: May


How are the Royals prospects doing after the first month of play? We rank the top 40.

2005 Royals Draft Review


The 2005 draft gave the Royals Alex Gordon. What other players could the Royals get from that year's draft?

doublestix's five Minor League predictions, March edition

  1. Eric Hosmer will narrowly miss becoming the second Royal in a row to win the HR tital in the Midwest League, as he is promoted to Wilmington in late July. He enters 2010 as the Royals #1 prospect and a consensus top 10 prospect in baseball.
  2. Daniel Gutierrez develops his changeup and rips through three three levels of minor league baseball, including three starts in Omaha at the end of the year. He is the Royals #1 pitching prospect entering 2010, #3 overall, and top 50 in baseball.
  3. Salvador Perez plants himself at the top of the Royals catching prospects with a stellar season at Burlington hitting behind Eric Hosmer.
  4. Breaking on to the scene in 2009? Royals 2008 8th round pick Malcom Culver. The second baseman shows excellent speed and hit tools in Burlington, North Carolina, and plants himself inside the Royals top 25 for 2010.
  5. Chris Nicoll will get a September call up after converting back to a starter and showing excellent control and strikeout numbers between Northwest Arkansas and Omaha. He's easily a top 15 prospect for 2010, and only that low because he'll be 25 at the end of the season.
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