Jason is back and is joined by Mike Gianella as they talk about the depleting third base pool, Aroldis Chapman, concerns with Tommy Hanson, the latest installment of the ESPN top 500 list, Jason’s NFBC draft, and what the two of them have planned for their Tout Wars drafts this weekend.
Flash back to the first time Porcello competed for a spot in a crowded Tiger rotation.
The Indianapolis Indians have a long history in professional baseball. In 1929, the club’s owner had an unfortunate accident.
Why it makes sense to fret about about fragile pitchers.
Did rooting against Team USA in the WBC make sense?
Jacob Turner’s poor spring might have him ticketed for Triple-A, and the Giants might be working on an extension for Buster Posey.
An attempt to quantify the effect a good clubhouse guy has on his teammates.
Although Collin Cowgill lacks the tools to be a first-division regular, he could see significant time with the Mets this year.
Ben and Sam talk to former Los Angeles Dodgers General Manager Dan Evans about his history as a baseball renaissance man and his new roles with the Toronto Blue Jays and the Northern League.
BP’s resident beat writer runs through observations from the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues, the World Baseball Classic, and touches base on the Reds and Braves.
The defending Triple Crown winner earns his own perch at the top, and the party might be over after tier three.
Jason learns about some guys that, we swear, exist on 40-man rosters.
The groundbreaking book about the world of baseball scouting returns to print this year.