Jerry Crasnick

Don’t Sell These Guys Short

Jerry Crasnick -Premium Content

When draft time rolls around, short righthanders find themselves fighting a bias. Given a chance, most scouts would much rather take a chance on the tall pitcher than the short one. But this year's draft crop features several undersized righthanders who will tempt teams.

Draft | #2006#Draft Preview

License To Deal

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In "License To Deal: A Year in the Life of a Maverick Baseball Agent", longtime Baseball America columnist Jerry Crasnick chronicles the life and career of Matt Sosnick, who runs an upstart baseball agency with his partner, Paul Cobbe. (Page 3 - Getting Cory Dunlap)

Majors | #2005#Book Guide

License To Deal

Jerry Crasnick -

In "License To Deal: A Year in the Life of a Maverick Baseball Agent", longtime Baseball America columnist Jerry Crasnick chronicles the life and career of Matt Sosnick, who runs an upstart baseball agency with his partner, Paul Cobbe. (Page 2 - Draft Day)

Majors | #2005#Book Guide

License To Deal

Jerry Crasnick -

In "License To Deal: A Year in the Life of a Maverick Baseball Agent", longtime Baseball America columnist Jerry Crasnick chronicles the life and career of Matt Sosnick, who runs an upstart baseball agency with his partner, Paul Cobbe. (Page 1)

Majors | #2005#Book Guide

Randolph Follows His Own Path To Top

Jerry Crasnick -Premium Content

Now that Willie Randolph finally made it with the Mets as part of general manager Omar Minaya's rainbow coalition and career development program, he has no second thoughts about his career path. And he feels no need to apologize for the lack of an Arizona Fall League stint on his resume.

Majors | #2005#Column