Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Alex Bregman, Carson Kelly, Sean Reid-Foley, and (almost) all of the Lancaster JetHawks.
How do we recalibrate our reliance on the radar gun for modern-day pitching evaluation?
George Bissell and Bret Sayre take a deep dive into current fantasy baseball topics.
This one’s got a little salt in its language.
Ben and Sam talk to Los Angeles Times Dodgers beat writer Andy McCullough about the arrival of Julio Urias, the struggles of Yasiel Puig, the excellence of Clayton Kershaw and, reluctantly…politics?
The Astros strike out a slew to set one record, Fernandez whiffs a bunch to tie a franchise mark, and Jackie Bradley is back to being a regular guy.
Mike and Bret revise their preseason rankings, incorporating early-season performance.
If these players are available in your league, they might be worth a look, depending on the format.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
Bad news for Gary Sanchez, good news for J.P. Crawford and more news and notes.
The recent success of Rule 5ers like Herrera speaks to, among other things, the prevailing style of play and the glut of talent in MLB.
A look at several players who might be well equipped to sustain lofty batting averages on balls in play.
You would never know baseball had undergone a data revolution if you only followed the NCAA. This might finally be changing.