Kevin wraps up college and minor league news from the weekend.
Kevin returns to translating college stats for a better look at contextualizing pitchers.
Kevin looks once more at the 2006 Amateur Draft, with updates on what the selecting teams may be up to.
Kevin takes a closer look at the teams of the NL Central.
Every Monday, Kevin will bring you ten names of note from the weekend in baseball below the major league level.
Kevin talks to the Cal star about mastering offspeed stuff, life in the Cape Cod League, and some of the other talent in the Pac-10.
Got a hankering to translate some college statistics? Kevin has some advice for you that may save you some time and energy.
Time is running out for the following players from the 2003 draft. Off the expected career arc, they need to do something in 2006 to regain their prospect status.
Starting with the AL Central’s affiliates, Kevin starts reviewing performances around the minor leagues.
Last night was Opening Day for the minor leagues, and Kevin’s got a rundown of last night’s highlights.
After looking at the college class yesterday, Kevin turns to those players eligible for the draft from the high school ranks.
The upcoming draft may be the weakest in years, and Kevin has some updates on a few college players whose performances should contribute to an unpredictable first round.
Kevin introduces us to some of the more unexpected players to start the year on their team’s 25-man roster.
Kevin chats with Red Sox prospect Dustin Pedroia about dealing with injuries, switching positions, and sitting on the sidelines during spring training.
Kevin takes a look at how and why the Oakland A’s incorporate plate discipline into their minor league programs.
Kevin moves over to the senior circuit, highlighting NL players who have seen their stock rise or fall in spring training.