David chats with the former A’s pitcher about his job as Syracuse’s pitching coach, Toronto’s development philosophy, and mound strategy.
The former general manager and manager stays as close to the game as he can.
After four years in Japan, the former major leaguer is back in American baseball.
Sitting down with one of the best young lefties in the minor leagues.
David interviews the Deadball Era expert on soggy baseballs, triples, the Baker Bowl, and much more.
Fielding fundamentals with the Indians’ minor league defensive coordinator and former major league infielder.
With almost 30 years of major league scouting experience, Cubs scouting director Tim Wilken has plenty of wisdom to dispense. He spoke with BP’s David Laurila about draft philosphy, Jeff Samardzija, and how Nomar got away.
The former two-way player talks to BP about the statistical revolution, his experience in the majors, and the financial state of the game.
David sits down for a fascinating chat with the Royals scouting director.
The Tigers outfielder opines on spring training adjustments he’s making, BABIP, and playing center.
This week, an interview with the notoriously successful high school draft pick turned budding star pitcher.
The co-author of The Hidden Game of Baseball discusses candidates for the Hall of Fame and explains the derivation of OPS.
Bob Tewksbury, former major league pitcher and current Red Sox sport psychology coach, discusses how the mental aspect of the game can affect on-field performance, and how that mental aspect can be altered for the better.
A chat with Milwaukee’s Director of Player Development focused on organizational strategies and the Brewers’ excellent farm system.