A young player makes what turns out to be an ill-adviced trip to the Mexican League.
Players slip through the cracks in this sport. Finding those guys before they break out usually takes a stroke of luck.
What Opening Day means, and doesn’t, to an agent.
Fighting for a client who is all but out of the sport.
When a team signs a player this late in the offseason, there’s probably a very happy family (and a very proud agent) on the other side of the transaction.
We’ve all seen the dude embarrassing himself to get a teenager’s scribble. You don’t have to be this dude, and you can still get the autograph.
How a trade can sometimes be the best news.
An agents advice for amateur players wondering when to hire an advisor.
Joshua wanders from a hospital room into a supplement convention and wanders out with an endorsement deal.
An agent reflects on his takes.
The pretty much unreplicatable way to get your first job in professional baseball.
The view from the other side of the reporting process.
The arduous job of sticking with a client through thin.
How an agent landed a client who, eight years later, is an MVP candidate.