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Links to Prospect Sites For Other Major League Baseball Teams

I often get asked if there are prospect sites for other teams, similar to Pirates Prospects. When I first started this site, I wanted to create something similar to what Red Sox fans had at Sox Prospects. I’ve also followed prospect sites for other teams, such as Indians Prospect InsiderReds Minor LeaguesTwins DailyPadres PublicDRay Bay, and MLB Prospect Portal to name a few.

One of those sites, FutureSox, has a list of other team prospect sites to follow. Last week I put up a survey, asking what you wanted to see on Pirates Prospects. A few of the responses involved some form of information about prospects in other systems, whether that involved prospects the Pirates were playing on a given night, or just general information. It’s difficult following other teams and their prospects when trying to know everything about one specific system. The best place for that information would be on other team sites. So I took the list that FutureSox had, and updated it with some sites I knew about, along with replacing any sites that seem to be shut down.

If you know of any sites that aren’t mentioned below, let me know. Also, if you see a site that is no longer active, point it out.

Arizona Diamondbacks: AZ Snake Pit, Minors Section

Atlanta Braves: Gondeee

Baltimore Orioles: Orioles Nation

Boston Red Sox: Sox Prospects

Chicago White Sox: FutureSox

Chicago Cubs: Bleed Cubbie Blue, Minors Section

Cincinnati Reds: Reds Minor Leagues

Cleveland Indians: Indians Prospect Insider

Colorado Rockies: Purple Row, Farm Report Section

Detroit Tigers: Bless You Boys, Prospect Report

Houston Astros: The Crawfish Boxes, Minor League Section

Kansas City Royals: Royals Review, Minor Leagues Section

Los Angeles Angels: Halos Heaven, Minor Leagues Section

Los Angeles Dodgers: True Blue LA, Minors Report

Miami Marlins: Fish Stripes, Prospect Section

Milwaukee Brewers: Miller Park Prospects

Minnesota Twins: Twins Daily, Minor League Section

New York Mets: Mets Minor League Blog

New York Yankees: Pinstripe Alley, Minor League Section

Oakland Athletics: Athletics Nation, Minors Section

Philadelphia Phillies: Phuture Phillies

Pittsburgh Pirates: Pirates Prospects

San Diego Padres: Padres Public, Prospects Section

Seattle Mariners: Prospect Insider

St. Louis Cardinals: Future Redbirds

Tampa Bay Rays: DRay Bay – Rays Prospects

Texas Rangers: Lone Star Ball, Prospects Report

Toronto Blue Jays: MLB Prospect Portal and Jays Prospects

Washington Nationals: Nationals Prospects

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Tim Williams

Tim is the owner and editor in chief of Pirates Prospects. He started the site in January 2009, and turned it into his full time job during the 2011 season. Prior to starting Pirates Prospects, Tim worked with AccuScore.com, providing MLB, NHL, and NFL coverage to various national media outlets, including ESPN Insider, USA Today, Yahoo Sports, and the Wall Street Journal. He also writes the annual Prospect Guide, which is sold through the site. Tim lives in Bradenton, where he provides live coverage all year of Spring Training, mini camp, instructs, the Bradenton Marauders, and the GCL Pirates.

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  • Lee Young

    THANKS, Tim…I enjoy perusing these other sites.

  • https://profiles.google.com/108052838757004515293 Possum

    Tim,

    Why did you have to go and put up all those links? Just more fodder for me to spend more time at the computer reading about baseball. Wife is going to have a hissy fit when she finds these links bookmarked in by browser.

    Other than that complaint, thanks much for the links. Will see if they can hold a candle to PPs.

  • glassers

    I have been following Jackie Bradley ever since I saw him playing the Pirates in Bradenton . Thanks for giving me another avenue to obtain information .

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