Practice, practice, practice really might get you to Carnegie Hall, but probably not. What then?
Colon/Giolito is a dud, but the game is wildy satisfying nonetheless. Meanwhile, Glasnow debuts, Trout steals home, and the Cubs keep slouching toward San Diego.
Hot dog hot dog hot diggety dog, we’re splittin’ the scene we’re full of beans.
Are contact, line-drive hitters better positioned to succeed against this era’s best pitchers?
Ben and Sam talk to Jason Coskrey of The Japan Times about the incredible two-way dominance of Japanese ace/slugger Shohei Otani.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Taylor Clarke, Gleyber Torres, Franchy Cordero, and Dinelson Lamet.
A look at how likely it is that players who underperformed in the first half will rebound down the stretch.
Rosario, a 20-year-old Mets shortstop prospect, is stepping up in the spotlight.
Yesterday we ranked real prospects. Today we rank statistical amalgamations attributed to said real prospects. Wait, come back.
With the All-Star break looming, Greg looks back at his first-half recommendations.
If these players are available in your league, they might be worth a look, depending on the format.
June in Clayton Kershaw’s Zone 12 pitching.