Recapping the action in Major League Baseball, notably all of the walking done by Rougned Odor
Jose Quintana moving from the AL to the NL is the rare case when players in an -only league discover “found money” in FAAB free agency. Those who saved can prosper. All-too-frequently however, it can be shrewder to use FAAB money earlier, incrementally, because “big-fish” free agents simply never come.
Tyler Austin is back on the radar. Should we just ignore him? Also, what does the future of Stephen Vogt hold in Milwaukee? And while it’s true that Flags Fly Forever, is the same true for Cameron Perkins?
Eric Young Jr. will haunt your dreams after Mike’s mini-biography.
Yoan Moncada and Julio Urias lead the wayâ€”but for how much longer?
Castellanos has been a big disappointment. Will that change with an adjustment?
Hicks struggled over four seasons with the Twins and Yankees, but he’s one of the best hitters in the majors so far in 2017.
It’s no longer too early to worryâ€”which is exactly why Mike is concerned.
Have hitters become too passive, or is there something else going on?
Does it matter that Joey Votto isn’t driving in runs?
Has Yuniesky Betancourt left his free-swinging ways behind?
How does the plate discipline of Dominican players compare to the league as a whole?
Are Dominican hitters hurting themselves by focusing on raw skills at the expense of a patient approach? And can anything be done about it?