MLB Prospects: Keith Law of ESPN put out his list of Top 100 MLB prospects over the weekend and surprisingly, the Yankees are well-represented (5 in the Top 100, two in the Top 12). Law compared Yanks’ prospect Jesus Montero to Frank Thomas. The Rays have eight players in the Top 100 (three in the Top 20). The Red Sox only have three in the Top 100 (but the highest-rated player was 45). The worst franchise in baseball, Pittsburgh, has just two. The Royals have six, including two of the Top 8. Mike Trout of the Angels was No. 1.
The Cubs and Yankees are reportedly working on a deal for Aroldis Chapman.
Lamar Odom’s family tried to stage an intervention on Friday. It didn’t go well.
Shelby Miller is on the trade block less than eight months after he was acquired.
The Houston Astros have finally called up top prospect Alex Bregman.
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