Baseball Prospect Journal has served as a valuable resource for insightful and informative MLB draft content since its inception in March 2019.
My goal has been to provide you with unique content that you can’t find anywhere else. Last year, I interviewed and wrote in-depth feature stories on 103 of the top draft prospects, including first-overall pick Henry Davis and 22 other first-round selections. That total was more than any other publication.
Over the last seven years, I have interviewed and written stories on 356 of the top prospects, whether that’s now for BPJ or my other website, The3rdManIn.com, previously. My experience has allowed me to develop sources with scouts, agents and others associated with the draft process. It has allowed me to produce various content to keep you informed on the game’s future stars that you can’t find elsewhere.
This year, I am starting a Patreon page. You will find exclusive content, including podcasts, player analysis, and the latest rumors/feedback from industry sources, while gaining early access to feature stories, mock drafts, and player rankings on the BPJ Patreon page.
Not all my 2022 draft content will appear on the Patreon page. You still will find non-exclusive content on BPJ on a very consistent basis, just like in previous years.
It is $5 to subscribe to the Patreon page. This is for those eager to learn more about the draft and read additional content from BPJ that you can’t find anywhere else. You will receive at least two pieces of content a week, along with other benefits, like live Q&A sessions and podcasts.
I hope you consider subscribing. It will allow BPJ to remain one of the top sources for draft content and give us more opportunities to provide you with even more insightful content.
You can find the Baseball Prospect Journal Patreon page HERE.
Thank you for your continued support of Baseball Prospect Journal.
–Dan Zielinski, Baseball Prospect Journal Founder and MLB Draft Writer
Dan Zielinski III has covered the MLB draft for seven years. He has interviewed 356 of the top draft prospects in that period, including four No. 1 overall picks. Multiple publications, including Baseball America, USA Today, MLB.com and The Arizona Republic, have quoted his work, while he has appeared on radio stations as a “MLB draft expert.” Follow him on Twitter @DanZielinski3.