On Monday night, the Lake Elsinore Storm, the High-A team of the Padres, did their annual “Nothing Night.” On the junior-junior-junior-junior circuit of the low minors, teams try to draw interest with a series of increasingly outlandish promotions, name changes, wild food items, and one-off jerseys that riff on seemingly every pop-culture phenomenon and ’90s…
Young hitters are starting their careers better than ever before, but why?
PECOTA helps pick the best player in baseball for each age, from Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to Bartolo Colon, and every superstar in between.
Are young hitters thriving in their first taste of the big leagues more often or does it just seem that way?
Cody Bellinger broke out of his slump and carried the Dodgers to a Game 4 victory.
Inevitable doom inevitably doomed the Astros in Game 4.
One man’s depth is another man’s starter.
Bellinger once looked like a solid regular, but now looks like a potential superstar.
Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger are towering over baseball as rookies.
On the second episode of DFA, Bryan and R.J. delve into the early wave of prospect talent coming up in Los Angeles; will Bellinger and Urias push the Dodgers to the top of the West? Also, the guys break down Oakland’s Andrew Triggs and much more.
Consider this a renewed request not to use “Bae-llinger.”
PECOTA helps pick the best player in baseball for every age, from Julio Urias to Bartolo Colon and all the superstars in between.
I’d like to rest my heavy head tonight on a bed of California stars.
A look at who we’re keeping an eye on come October.