When you have a good fastball and good control, what do you have? Troy Melton.
Billy Cook is having a nice Arizona Fall League. Should we believe?
Juan Brito does not do one thing very well. But, oh, the rest of what he does is special…
Damiano Palmegiani is likely to reach the majors in 2024. But where will he play?
What will it take for Christian Scott to succeed as a starter for the Mets?
What Jakob Marsee does, he does very, very well. Can he do enough of what he doesn’t do well to be successful in the upper levels?
A year ago, Drew Thorpe was all about potential. How’d that potential turn out?
Knocking on the door of the majors is Anthony Veneziano. But in what role?
What happened to Mike Vasil this summer?
Psst! Meet someone the scouts are ignoring. Meet Zebby Matthews
It’s not every day I quote Dean Wormer in a writeup. Meet David Festa.
Quick, who is the 2B of the future for the Red Sox? Now consider another name: Brainer Bonaci.
Ready for some gushing? Meet Adael Amador.
You can learn a lot by looking beyond the raw numbers. Meet Justin Jarvis.
Spencer Horwitz was called up a couple of days ago. What does he do well? What does he need to work on?
FanGraphs this January called Jonny DeLuca a “modern fifth outfielder.” Is that all he can be, a utility bat, pinch runner, occasional starter against a lefty?
On May 24, 2023 (four days before I wrote this), FanGraphs published their New York Mets Top 37 Prospects. Where did Double-A outfielder Matt Rudick place? He didn’t. What?! Not even in the extra names section at the end? Nope, not even the extra names section at the end. They ranked future bullpen arms, butContinue reading “Matt Rudick, OF, NYM”
There’s been some excitement in prospect circles about Zach Dezenzo. Should there be?
Meet a guy who is obviously playing his way to Triple-A and soon the majors: Brett Harris.
When you have a pitcher who walks too many, but scouts drool over, what gives? Meet AJ Smith-Shawver.
Ready to take a leap of faith? Come on in and meet Carson Ragsdale.
After moving through three levels in 2022, Bryan Woo is already up to Double-A this year.
Zach Neto was called up to be the Angels’ everyday SS. What does he bring to the table, and how on Earth did he get called up so quickly?!
Will Wagner had himself a very nice spring performance. Is it enough to get him to the majors soon?
While we wait for Cole Henry to recover from Thoracic Outlet surgery, what do his skills tell us await Nationals fans in the future?