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Mike Rosenbaum is Bleacher Report's MLB Prospects Lead Writer. He is a 2008 graduate of Grinnell College (Grinnell, Iowa), where he studied history while captaining the baseball team during his junior and senior seasons. A self-proclaimed prospect junkie, he is the founder and editor-in-chief of TheGoldenSombero.com, as well as a former scout and senior writer for PrepBaseballReport.com. Born and raised in Chicago, Mike is a White Sox fan despite the fact that he now resides in Tarrytown, New York.
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hey mike rosenbaum can you do an article about the white sox, comparing their top ten prospects with pros in the league?
oh hey! saw your interview on ESPNU unite last night! LOVED IT.
Oh hey- saw you on ESPN U UNITE last night! loved it!
I just wanted to say thank you for being the only person on Bleacher Report who actually is knowledgeable about MLB prospects. Most people just talk out of their ass and don't seem to do any research or know anything.
I would like to see more scouts at the 2013 Snowbird Classic now going on in Port Charlotte, FL. There are a lot of good talented players going un-noticed by scouts. A lot of good college teams are playing there, through March 12th. A lot of players that have passed up the draft to play college ball and players that played with them on all-star teams in their respective state. Michigan, Michigan State and Adrian College are all good teams from Michigan this year..... Please check them all out......
Hey Mike. I've read ESPN's Future Power Rankings. In terms of looking at what we have in the farm system we seem better equipped than the Yankees, Sox, Blue Jays. We have more big league talent at the moment than the Rays and Sox. We aren't as well equipped financially but we have a terrific exec in Dan Duquette who changed the culture for Theo in Boston. So why are we not as highly rated by the baseball "experts"?
Good Hustle Rosie! It turns out Xander Bogaerts is actually the best prospect.
I read your article on prospects who could be the next Verlander, and you offered projections. What do you think Osuna's projection is?
Do you think St. Louis prospect, Oscar Tavares' big swing scares the club at all? I got to watch him at the futures game, and though he was making hard contact I feel like his big swing in general would be scary to a pro team. what do you think about that?