Ben and Sam talk to Zachary Levine about ways that Major League Baseball could make All-Star week better.
The U.S. Team includes power arms, toolsy outfielders and a dazzling collection of infielders.
Carlos Correa will not play, shifting the spotlight to Julio Urias, Javier Baez, Francisco Lindor and the rest of a talented, if somewhat raw, squad.
In part two of a two-part series, Ben introduces the foreign-born prospects you might not know.
In part one of a two-part series, Craig introduces the American-born prospects you might not know.
BP’s pitching guru evaluates the mechanics of some of the minors’ best young arms.
Jason Parks highlights his favorite performances, and what he loves so much about the Futures Game.
Did the starters and relievers who worked in the Futures Game and the All-Star Game enjoy velocity bumps? Harry digs into the PITCHf/x data for the answer.
A look at the prospects who earned spots on the World team for next week’s Futures Game, including Xander Bogaerts and Michael Ynoa.
Notes on all of the players whose were named to the USA team for Sunday’s Futures Game.
Notes on Miguel Almonte, Addison Russell, and eight other players who will represent their teams on the USA and World rosters at Citi Field.
Doug wraps up his mechanical analysis of the Futures Game rosters with a look at the World Team.
After tackling the World players last week, Jason returns with notes on the US players from this year’s Futures Game.
Evaluating the mechanics of the US pitchers in last Sunday’s Futures Game.
Jason saw the future…s game.
MLB lets everything go dark for two whole days after the All-Star break. That’s a mistake.