A giant update with Cody Buckel and notes on 44 more prospects.
Arizona shortstop Chris Owings and notes from around the minors.
After a brief hiatus, we return with an action-packed show (ok, we just talk a lot). After going on an email-inspired rant about the current state of baseball content on the internet, we delve into the game itself and discuss everything from Josh Hamilton’s crazy run to Stanford righty Mark Appel to the lack of power prospects to the current state of the Arizona and Colorado systems. Then it’s special guest time and a serious discussion about baseball and race with Doug Glanville in what is one of my favorite interviews in the history of the show. As always, we end with the goofy stuff, and as always, we thank you for listening and hope you enjoy.
A crazy game in the California League and notes from around the day in the minors.
The major league power outage could have its cause in the minor leagues, writes Kevin Goldstein.
More thoughts on Wil Myers and notes from around the day in the minors.
This past weekend saw some improved control, some extended hitting streaks, and a few prospects who might be worth watching after all.
How Brewers RHP Kyle Heckathorn has turned himself back into a prospect and notes from around the day in the minors.
Scout quotes about three players who should be on the fast track to promotion and two who might have more to figure out.
The Tigers may have found another outfielder, and notes from around the day in the minors.
Last season, you wouldn’t have known who these guys were. But thanks to some development and progress, you might start paying closer attention.
A tip for when to predict call-ups and notes from around the minors.
Interesting backstories dominate after this weekend’s games, with surprise performances, defensive shifts, reclaimed prospect status, disappointing contracts, and accelerated big-league arrivals all on display.
It’s a prospect heavy show as we talk about the ascension of Bryce Harper and Mike Trout to the big leagues, delve in to the top of the Rays and Padres systems, and discuss what scouts are saying about Red’s burner Billy Hamilton and Seattle lefty Danny Hutzen. Our special guest is Adam Kilgore, the Nationals beat writer for the Washington Post, and we talk Harper, the rotation and the sustainability of the team’s hot start. Then it’s the goofy stuff and somehow we talked about soccer for 15 minutes. As always, we hope you enjoy.