Teams’ offseason moves have given some prospects a silver spoon, while other prospects are left to ponder their future.
After a week in Dallas and a show that was getting ready for Dallas, we’re back with our first ‘normal’ show in a while. It has all the usual stuff with emails, talks about all the big moves, reviews of some prospect lists and some Yu Darvish predictions. Speaking of Darvish, our special guest is Bobby Keppel, a former big leaguer who has spent the last two years in the same rotation with Darvish, and he breaks him down for you, while telling some tales from his own fascinating career. As always, we hope you enjoy.
Jeff Luhnow makes a solid first trade as GM of the Astros.
Hot off the presses in PDF and hard copy in time for Christmas.
Ben runs down Miwaukee’s Aramis Ramirez acquisition and the Casey McGehee trade, while R.J. dishes the details on the Burke Badenhop blockbuster in the NL East
The Phillies are still smarting from their early exit from the playoffs, but they’ve already taken some steps to address their offensive shortcomings.
Memories of Frank Viola, brother of BP’s new Finance Director
Is our prospect guru going to jump off the bandwagon on some of his top prospects of 2011?
Running down the interesting names who weren’t tendered contracts by their old employers this week.
Kevin Towers hopes his latest bullpen moves will bring high payoffs.