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Jim Callis is an Draft and prospect expert. He has been covering the Draft and prospects since 1988.

  • November 20 2014 7:11 PM ET

    The AFL Not-Quite-Top-25 Team

    The talent in the Arizona Fall League was better than usual this year — and it’s usually pretty good. As a result, we increased the AFL Top Prospects list from 20 to 25. That still wasn’t enough to include all of the intriguing players I saw in 2 1/2 weeks in Arizona, however. So […] More»
  • October 06 2014 5:01 PM ET

    AFL Prospects To Watch

    If you’re not ready for the baseball season to end after the World Series, the Arizona Fall League is a godsend. Many of the game’s top prospects continue to play through mid-November in Arizona, which made identifying which AFLers I’m looking forward to seeing the most a difficult task because I was limited to just […] More»
  • September 12 2014 5:32 AM ET

    Bickford Will Attend CC Of Southern Nevada

    Phil Bickford, a former first-round pick projected to go very early in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, will attend the Community College of Southern Nevada next spring, according to a source familiar with the situation. After starring in the Cape Cod League this summer, Bickford left Cal State Fullerton after one season to make himself […] More»
  • September 12 2014 2:52 PM ET

    Combining The Cape Lists

    I’ve spent the last two weeks ranking the top 10 pitching prospects and the top 10 hitting prospects in the Cape Cod League. The most prestigious summer collegiate circuit has produced more than 1,000 big leaguers — including more than 200 who have been active this year — and 13 first-round picks in the 2014 […] More»
  • August 14 2014 6:07 PM ET

    Bonus Team USA Prospects: Nos. 11-20

    Give me prospects to rank, and I can’t stop myself from providing extras. I spent the last couple of weeks doing that for the 10 farm systems I handled when we updated’s Prospect Watch, and I’m back at it with the U.S. collegiate national team. As I mentioned in my story where I listed […] More»
  • August 12 2014 2:25 PM ET

    Bonus Rangers Prospects: Nos. 21-25

    In the 10th and final installment of my Bonus Prospects series, I give you the Rangers. Texas has a lot of high-risk/high-reward prospects in its system, epitomized and headlined by third baseman Joey Gallo, and its Top 20 Prospects list already was strong before it acquired right-handers Jake Thompson and Corey Knebel from the Tigers […] More»
  • August 11 2014 5:04 PM ET

    Bonus Giants Prospects: Nos. 21-25

    Much like our Cardinals Top 20,’s Giants Top 20 Prospects list needed more updating even after we overhauled all of the Prospect Watch lists at the end of July. Actually, before we revamped them all, because San Francisco traded Edwin Escobar and Heath Hembree to the Red Sox for Jake Peavy the day before […] More»
  • August 08 2014 1:38 PM ET

    Bonus Cardinals Prospects: Nos. 21-25’s Cardinals Top 20 Prospects list already has seen some changes since we revamped all of our organization lists at Prospect Watch toward the end of July. Three days after we updated our St. Louis Top 20, the club traded outfielder James Ramsey (No. 6 on the list) to the Indians for Justin Masterson, and two […] More»
  • August 07 2014 4:02 PM ET

    Bonus Athletics Prospects: Nos. 21-25

    The Athletics have the best record in the Major Leagues, counterbalanced by a thin farm system that features just one prospect (shortstop Daniel Robertson at No. 91) on the Top 100 list. Of course, if you had to pick between winning in the big leagues and having a strong system, you’d take the former […] More»
  • August 06 2014 4:08 PM ET

    Bonus Yankees Prospects: Nos. 21-25

    There was more upheaval on’s Yankees Top 20 Prospects than there was on any of the lists we recently revamped, all of which can be found at our Prospect Watch. Right-hander Luis Severino vaulted from No. 9 to No. 1, while outfielders Mason Williams (who had been No. 2), Slade Heathcott (No. 3) and […] More»
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