The Prospect Grid: NL Starting Pitchers

Each week throughout the off-season, we’ll be focusing on a single position for the 2015 season and beyond. Dynasty rankings, 2015 rankings, player profiles, bounce back candidates, drafting recommendations, and this: the new Prospect Grid. This tool isn’t just for those in deep leagues with minor league systems, but hopefully can be of use to those in redraft leagues.

The purpose of the grid is to:

  • help identify prospects that can help your team at each position
  • help identify which prospects are nearest to a big league promotion
  • help identify which prospects are most likely to produce the best fantasy numbers

The prospect grid will allow you to sort players based on their fantasy ceiling as well as their proximity to the major leagues. The “score” is simply an average of the two with ceiling given twice the weight (this may change as I continue). It’s important to remember that this is not a rankings piece. I have not seen video on each of these players, nor have I done the same level of research on every single player listed that would be required for those types of pieces. This is a quick tool to show a large number of prospects and help spotlight those players that may give immediate or long-term fantasy value. Each week I will add a new worksheet to the grid with another position featured, until we are left with a grid of over 1000 prospects.

Here are 225 Starting Pitchers from the National League. All of the offensive position tabs are still available in the chart, bringing the total prospects entered to date to 1312 on my way to nearly 1500 total prospects!!

Next week I will add the Relief Pitching Prospects and this project will be done.


Prospect Grid Legend
As always, feel free to leave comments or suggestions below. Thank you for checking it out!

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