Carl Crawford’s tumultuous time in Tinsel Town comes to an end and Trea Turner gets the call.
The Indians seek to extend Justin Masterson, and the Rangers try to replace Derek Holland.
If you thought Jerome Williams’ save was ugly, you should have seen Dave Goltz’s back in 1973.
After completing a three-game sweep of the Nationals in D.C., the Yankees are starting to look like the real Bronx Bombers.
Paul takes a tour of the league’s two-start pitchers to see which are worth using this week.
Paulino, Dickey, Zambrano, and Ogando make the VP cut this week
Brian Matusz and Jerome Williams both shined on the mound on Tuesday night.
San Francisco skips the suspense and locks this young pitcher up early.
After getting beat up by the Yankees, Jerome Williams might wish the Angels kept him on the DL a little longer.
As mentioned in yesterday’s Daily Prospectus, one of the best perks of an Arizona Fall League trip is seeing the players up close. Watching a Josh Karp curve fall off the table or seeing Chip Ambres staying back long enough to drive the ball enhances a fan’s enjoyment of the game immensely.
With that in mind, here are a few player observations from my recent trip to Arizona.
Mark Teixeira’s for real. OK, you probably didn’t me to tell you that. The Rangers’ superstar third base prospect has terrorized pitchers every step of his amateur and pro careers.
But did you know Adam Morrissey has one of the quickest swings you’ll ever see? That Kevin Cash’s defense may be even better than you’ve heard? That Luke Hudson could help push the Reds to the top of the NL Central in 2003? You would if you headed out to Phoenix for the Arizona Fall League season.