Here is a PDF that combines a lot of my information into one place. It's almost 300 pages and each person's information is on 3 sheets. It's not the easiest to read but it's a lot of cool information in one place.
LG-MLB or MiLB player. If a player is still considered a prospect, he is denoted as MiLB. This is not 100%. I did as good as I could.
POS, POS #2- A players position and their alternate position.
Round-Country- The round a player was chosen in or the country they were signed out of.
Drafted Year- Year drafted or the year signed.
Bats, throws, height, weight - as stated
Age - age as of 7-21-12
MLB% - The percent chance a player will make it to the majors. Once a player is to 80% they are essentially a replacement level player, just need an opportunity.
2012 skills- The level that their skills could or should play at by the end of 2012.
2011 skills- The level that their skills were at at the end of 2011.
Skill Ceiling- The level that their skills could play at if they were able to replicate it at the highest level that their potential allows them.
AVG, OBP, SLG, SB- Projected slash line that their current skill level projects.
Contact, Power, Speed: 20-80 scale based on their current ability.
Stamina- Above 50 most likely a starter, below, most likely a reliever.
Control, Dominance, Feel- 20-80 scale based on their current ability.
The next group is fastball, curveball, slider, changeup, cutter, splitter and knuckleball. The first group is the 20-80 grade on each players pitch. The next group is the velocity in which they pitch at.