Bone up on the basics of scouting before the draft.
The Dodgers bring up their Triple-A second baseman, and here’s what to expect.
What to expect from the Braves new starting shortstop.
The delayed breakout of Twins outfielder Oswaldo Arcia and notes from around the minors.
Kevin runs down the remaining players who are good enough to go in the first round of this year’s Amateur Draft.
A bounce back season from White Sox outfielder Jared Mitchell and notes from around the day in the minors.
The laws of physics dictate that two objects can’t occupy the same space, as these blocked prospects can attest.
A pop up name in the Red Sox system and notes from around the minor leagues.
It’s still early, but a lot of potential 2012 draftees are still in the mix to go in the Top Five picks.
There’s stuff going on in baseball, so we keep talking about it. Our listeners killed it on emails this week, including some outstanding tales of #want, and then we talk about the Orioles, potetial shenanigans in the 2012 draft, Dodgers prospects and wrap up Jason’s time watching some Carolina League games in Wilmington. Our special guest is Shi Davadi, columnist for Sportsnet as we talk about the Blue Jays and the unique mindset of Blue Jays fans, but Shi is not only a journalist, he’s a journalism instructor, so we review last week’s rant on the state of Internet baseball content as well. From there it’s the goofy stuff with good music, good drink and good ringtones.
The strange but successful season by Mariners lefty Danny Hultzen and notes from around the minors.
An excellent young shortstop that deserves more attention and notes from around the day in the minors.
This year’s amateur draft will see a weaker draft class subject to new financial rules, and not everyone–Scott Boras included–thinks that’s a good thing.
Notes from around the day in the minor leagues.
This weekend saw Trevor Bauer make his Triple-A debut, Dylan Bundy doing it again (with “it” being almost indescribable) and Tim Alderson regaining prospect status.