On the 32nd episode of the DFA podcast, Bryan and R.J. take a left turn from their recent discussions about good teams to talk about a bad one: the San Diego Padres. Sure, they talk a bit about Clayton Richard’s extension, but it’s mainly an excuse to talk about the interesting young players on the Friars’ roster and their fascinating skipper, Andy Green.
You get an extension. And you get an extension. And you get an extension.
Not unlike a pitcher tipping his pitches, Wil Myers has tipped his approach at the plate.
Very few players make the sort of progress that this Padre has at his age, but does that mean you shouldn’t buy into his breakout?
Are the Tampa Bay Rays really on the verge of moving Wil Myers with five years of control left? Also, Seattle is close to a big move and the addition of Michael Morse makes a Marlin available.
See how Wilson built his team after shelling out $46 for the best player in the game.
Which of these two high-ceiling outfielders should you target this spring?
Baseball’s best prospects in 2014: The Process and the Prospects.