Brad Peacock | RHP (SP): | Washington Nationals | 6’1″ | 175 lbs | B/T: R/R | 41st rd, 2006 | WAS #10 ranked prospect per Baseball America 2011 | MiLB Player Page

I’ve spent the last couple months watching Peacock’s prospect stock rise in Washington behind the veil of Bryce Harper and the recovery of Stephen Strasburg.

Please, blog, may I have some more?

Trevor May | RHP (SP) | Philadelphia Phillies | D.o.B: 9/23/89 | 6’5″ | 215 lbs | B/T: R/R | Rd 4, 2008 | MiLB Player Page

With a six-five frame, May has the perfect projectable physical frame. Throwing from a three-fourth arm slot, May’s 91 to 95 MPH plus-fastball with heavy life and good angle is his best pitch.

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Today is the trade deadline so we’ll look at a few of the prospects that have been on the move before jumping into minor league player news.

As of this writing (3 pm CST), the trade of Hunter Pence for right-handed pitchers Jarred Cosart, Josh Zeid, first baseman Jonathan Singleton and a PTBNL between the Phillies and Astros has been the largest trade based primarily on the value of prospects.

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Liam Hendriks | RHP (SP) | Minnesota Twins | D.o.B: 2/10/89 | 6’1″ | 190 lbs | B/T: R/R | Australia 2007 | MIN #6 ranked prospect per Baseball America 2011 | MiLB Player

This Aussie throws a 90 to 93 MPH fastball with solid sinking action, a tight slider with late break, a quality changeup and a curveball.

Please, blog, may I have some more?