We talk to Keith Law about the draft, we solve the beer temperature debate with a science guy, we talk about Bryce Harper and pitching prospects, and we do it all in under three hours. We hope you enjoy, and we hope you have free time.
Bob Geren is out and Ken Macha is in as the manager of the Oakland Athletics.
A quick look at the day in the minors.
With the draft over, it’s time to get back on the transactions grind.
David Ortiz is enjoying an offensive renaissance, but to what can we trace his improvement?
What Choo think is the value of a pitcher who pitches well despite putrid offensive support?
What are the implications of allowing teams to trade draft picks?
Jeremy finds out whether the consistency of release points matters on a pitch-by-pitch basis and pinpoints the pitchers who give batters the same look most and least often.
Mike welcomes three K-happy relievers to the party and discusses the shaky situations in Kansas City and Minnesota.
The White Sox didn’t do much to help their cause, but the Indians’ haul has huge potential.
One prospect dominates the present and future of lefty pitching, while another southpaw is falling off the wagon.