*I extended the MLB Draft Rankings out to a Top 40. Full Top 40 will post on Monday morning.

Lisa Ann just followed me back on Twitter! Oh wait, where am I … ummm … the podcast, right, the prospect podcast! Ralph and Halp deliver a jam-packed episode this week, starting with the recent call-ups of Francis Martes, Sean Newcomb, Jacob Faria, and Brett Phillips (we recorded too early to cover Josh Hader’s call-up). We then get into a 2-man mock draft of 2017 MLB Draft prospects for fantasy baseball purposes, discussing everybody from Hunter Greene, Kyle Wright, and Brendan McKay, to Tristen Lutz, Stuart Fairchild, and Brian Miller.

Click here for the Razzball Prospect Podcast: Mocking 2017 MLB Draft Prospects for Fantasy Baseball

By Michael Halpern (@MichaelCHalpern)
Email: michaelhalpern@imaginarybrickwall.com
Twitter: Imaginary Brick Wall (@ImaginaryBrickW)

2 thoughts on “Razzball Prospect Podcast: Mocking 2017 MLB Draft Prospects for Fantasy Baseball

  1. Hey Halp, just wanna say that I love the site, I use it a lot when referencing my dynasty/keeper leagues. My dynasty league does minor league drafts shortly after the real MLB draft so I’m glad you are already making lists and ranking the draft class.

    I’m also a big fan of the new podcasts on Razzball, I love the prospect podcast with Ralph but I gotta say that the podcast with Grey has got to be the most entertaining FB podcast I’ve ever listened to. Keep it up.

    But is it just me or, other than the podcasts and draft updates, does IBW have less content on it than last year? In particular, I’m missing the prospect rundowns and the breakouts. Just curious if you’re planning on doing something like that soon, maybe a mid-season update on some breakout prospects. I know that last year I snagged players like Hader, Calhoun, Murphy, and Weaver because of your site. Either way, I love the content and am excited for more. Thanks!

    1. Thank you, Swayzeexpress! That is awesome to hear. And it definitely isn’t just you regarding IBW. I haven’t written as much this year unfortunately, but I do plan on writing more. Especially with mid-season prospect list season coming up soon, I will definitely be sharing my thoughts on minor leaguers in written form much more in the 2nd half.

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