With the 2012 Futures Game behind us, Kevin wonders about the roster of the future Futures Game.
A former BP author returns from his adventures in baseball consulting with a slightly different perspective on sabermetrics.
A 2012 draftee has struck out in his first 16 at-bats as a professional. What does that say about him? And more importantly, what does it say about baseball?
Donavan Tate’s not tearing up the high minors yet?
The Reds have the lowest payroll of any first-place team, in large part because they haven’t had to reach outside the organization for talent. Can they keep it up?
Scouts speak on Brett Lawrie, Sean Gilmartin, and Jed Bradley, among others.
The advent and adoption of the PITCHf/x system has changed the way we scout pitchers, and more advances are still to come.
Bone up on the basics of scouting with a primer on evaluating a prospect’s running, fielding, and throwing ability.
Bone up on the basics of scouting before the draft.
Derek and a friend debate the merits of scouting.
Not every prospect gets scouted on their best day, and not all performances have a positive takeaway.
Yu Darvish unveiled a previously unseen pitch in his masterful starts against the Yankees on Tuesday night.
Alvarez is 1-for-19 to start the season, but are the images as ugly as the numbers?