Jim Callis is an MLB.com Draft and prospect expert. He has been covering the Draft and prospects since 1988.
|Jim Callis answers questions about the 2016 MLB Draft, including which prospects are on the rise and which are on the decline. He also discusses Tim Anderson, Christin Stewart and more.
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|After weeks of speculation as to when the Dodgers would promote baseball's top left-handed pitching prospect, Julio Urias is slated to start for L.A. against the Mets on Friday. Jim Callis tells us what we should expect from the 19-year-old phenom.
More»Top prospect Julio Urias set to make his MLB debut|
|The 2016 Draft is exceedingly difficult to project for a couple of reasons. No one has stamped himself as a clear-cut top-of-the-Draft option, and the deepest demographic for first-round talent is also the one that scares teams the most.
More» A.J. Puk, college pitcher|
|MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
More»Callis discusses the prospects of the week|
|Here are MLBPipeline.com's updated rankings of the top 10 fantasy baseball prospects in the Minor Leagues. They're based solely on expected 2016 fantasy production in the Major Leagues, in contrast to our Top 100 Prospects list, which reflects long-term value in all phases of the game.
More»Zinkie on stash options Turner, Snell, others|
|Max Scherzer tied a Major League record last night, recording just the fifth nine-inning, 20-strikeout game ever to join Roger Clemens (twice), Kerry Wood and Randy Johnson in a very exclusive club. Three things immediately came to mind.
More»Scherzer etches name in record books with 20 whiffs|
|Jim Callis revisits the 2006 and takes a look at what could have happened had things gone differently, including Clayton Kershaw on the Tigers, Evan Longoria with the Rockies, and Tim Lincecum in a different destination than the Giants.
More»Callis takes a look back at the 2006 MLB Draft|
|Jim Callis identifies some of the biggest risers and fallers among prospects eligible for the 2016 Draft.
More»A look at the risers and fallers in the 2016 Draft|
|The Draft is just six weeks away and we're kicking up MLBPipeline.com's coverage a few notches today by updating and expanding our Top Prospects list to 100.
More» Kyle Lewis, college outfielder|
|Though Jason Groome and Riley Pint headline MLBPipeline.com's new Top 100 Draft Prospects list, the odds that they will actually go first and second in the Draft are as long as the odds of piling up runs vs. Jake Arrieta.
More»A look at the risers and fallers in the 2016 Draft|
|Trevor Story is far from the only unheralded rookie off to a surprisingly fast start. Let's take a look at six more and their chances of sustaining success.
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|MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers. Welcome to MLBPipeline's inaugural Prospect Team of the Week for 2016. We're bending our rules slightly for this first edition and considering the entire season to date rather than the last seven days.
More»Callis looks at his prospects of the week|
|Jim Callis answers questions from fans about top prospects and possible high Draft picks in the latest Pipeline inbox.
More» Riley Pint, high school pitcher|
|Shin-Soo Who? The Rangers didn't miss Shin-Soo Choo terribly Sunday, when he went on the disabled list with a strained right calf muscle that is expected to sideline him 4-6 weeks. That's because his replacement in right field, Nomar Mazara, went 3-for-4 with a home run in his big league debut, accounting for Texas' only run in a 3-1 loss to the Angels.
More» Mazara clubs homer, two singles in MLB debut|
|Without a doubt, low Class A Greenville had the most talented Minor League club at the end of 2015. Scouts who saw the Red Sox' South Atlantic League affiliate in the second half laughed about how loaded the Drive's roster was. The Sox still assembled the most impressive Minor League roster again, this time at high Class A Salem. No club has three players ranked higher on MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects than Moncada (No. 6), Devers (No. 16) and Benintendi (No. 24).
More»MLB Tonight looks at Red Sox prospects|
|With the 2016 season getting started, here's a look at where the Giants' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season. Top prospect Christian Arroyo will start the year at Double-A with the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
More»Callis, Vasgersian break down top Giants prospects|
|With the 2016 season getting started, here's a look at where the Dodgers' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season. Los Angeles' No. 1 prospect Corey Seager will start the year with the big league club.
More»Callis discusses the promise of Corey Seager, Dodgers|
|With the 2016 season getting started, here's a look at where the Astros' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season. Top prospect Alex Bregman will start the year at Double-A Corpus Christi.
More»Mayo breaks down the Astros' top prospects|
|With the 2016 season getting started, here's a look at where the Rangers' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season. Top prospect Joey Gallo will start the year at Triple-A in Round Rock.
More»Callis joins 30 in 30 to discuss Rangers prospects|
|With the 2016 season getting started, here's a look at where the Rockies' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season. Colorado's No. 1 prospect Josh Naylor will start the year at Class A Asheville.
More»Jim Callis breaks down his top Rockies prospects|