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Jonathan Mayo is an MLB.com Draft and prospect expert. He has been a reporter for MLB.com since 1999.

  • April 03 3:56 PM ET

    It’s (Minor League) Opening Day!

    That’s right, folks. Today’s the day we get to watch all those prospects (save those in the big leagues) in action. You can check out my story about where the Top 100 prospects are playing right here. And I highly recommend the MiLB.TV package so you can watch these guys in action. Obviously, I’m not […] More»
  • March 27 5:11 AM ET

    Draft update: More (bad) news on Dylan Cease

    A couple of days ago, it was reported here that Dylan Cease would miss this year’s National High School Invitational, which began on Wednesday at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina (Cease’s Milton High School lost its opener to The First Academy). At the time, Cease was hopeful that rest would […] More»
  • March 25 3:43 AM ET

    Draft update: Dylan Cease to miss NHSI

    Dylan Cease, ranked No. 26 on MLB.com’s Draft Top 50 list from this past fall, was slated to be among the highlights at the 2014 National High School Invitational. Instead, an elbow issue will force him to be able to only watch the action as his Milton High School team returns to th NHSI for […] More»
  • March 18 8:11 PM ET

    Cubs camp extras

    Not a lot of extras from my final camp visit. I guess I left it all out on the field. You can see if you agree by reading my Spring Training camp report. You can also view the Cubs’ Top 20 list, Bernie Pleskoff’s take on how the system fists the big league needs, as […] More»
  • March 17 6:04 PM ET

    Dodgers camp extras

    After a brief hiatus (I got to spend some quality time with the B3 family), I’m back at it, heading to Arizona after my travels through Florida. On the site today are reports from Dodgers and Giants camp (I’ll post separately on my Giants extras). For the Dodgers, be sure to check out: My Spring […] More»
  • March 10 6:36 PM ET

    Yankees camp extras

    My last Spring Training stop in Florida was at the Yankees’ Minor League facility.  Here’s the resulting Spring Training report, as well as the new Top 20 ranking and Bernie Pleskoff’s take on how the system fits the organization’s needs. Jim blogged his picks for prospects Nos. 21-25. Here’s the video piece: And boy, do […] More»
  • March 07 7:23 PM ET

    Tigers camp extras

    The Tigers package is up. Go take a look: Spring Training report, from yours truly. New Top 20 prospects list, brought to you by Jim Callis (who posted his choices for No. 21-25 here) Bernie Pleskoff on where the prospects fit into the organizational plans And the video piece, starring Nick Castellanos and Robbie Ray: […] More»
  • March 06 7:17 PM ET

    Astros camp extras

    The Astros prospect package is live! Here’s my report from Spring Training, their new Top 20 list and Bernie Pleskoff’s look at how the system addresses short- and long-term needs. For your viewing pleasure, the video piece from camp as well: Some good extras from my conversations, especially with GM Jeff Luhnow. I had one […] More»
  • March 05 5:34 PM ET

    Nationals camp extras

    All the Nats stuff is now live. As always, you have many options: New Nationals’ Top 20 Spring Training camp report Bernie Pleskoff’s take on how the system fits the team’s needs The video piece, embedded below: I don’t have a ton of extra stuff, using most of it the Spring Training Report. One extra […] More»
  • March 04 7:08 PM ET

    Cardinals camp extras

    The Cardinals prospect package is up now. You can read the Spring Training report, peruse the Top 20 list, take a look at Bernie Pleskoff’s take and watch the video here: I had a lot of extra good stuff from my time in Jupiter with the Cardinals. Some of that has to do with how […] More»
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