. . . And we’re back with a full episode. After going through your emails, both sane and insane, we walk through the playoffs so far, and then discuss Jason’s time in Arizona checking out the instructional league. Then we continue our team-by-team prospect talk with five more clubs, followed by a fascinating talk with Phil Rogers about what is going on with the Cubs search for a new general manager. Then it’s the goofy stuff, with some Moneyball talk and we’re out. As always, we hope you enjoy.
Robinson Cano has graduated from a less-heralded prospect status to major-league superstardom.
The Arizona Fall League opens, and Kevin finds 11 players with notable performances.
The pitching depth of a champion is there, but the offensive firepower is not
In which the Yankees avoid getting burned for starting Burnett.
A half dozen middle infielders and backstops worth considering as keepers for 2012
10 players who, regardless of how well or poorly they played during the regular season, experienced career-defining moments in the playoffs
Thanks to brilliant pitching and timely hitting, Arizona was able to stave off elimination by Milwaukee.
The series’ first true pitcher’s duel just barely goes the Phillies’ way.
The Brewers fail to complete the sweep on their first night in Arizona.