Minor League Opening Day Brings Out Plenty Of News
It’s no surprise that the beginning of the minor league season delivered plenty of action. What would be shocking is if it didn’t. No, what was surprising was that the [...]
Baseball Book Reviews: ‘The Bird’ Recaptures Magic Of One Man, One Summer
The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych By Doug Wilson Thomas Dunne, 2013 List Price: $25.99 Mark Fidrych tore through the American League like a comet, drawing fans [...]
Sifting Through World Baseball Classic Winners & Losers
SAN FRANCISCO—The Dominican Republic won the third World Baseball Classic, but there’s more to the WBC than just who was wearing gold medals and plantains when the tournament ended. I [...]
Braves Find Plenty Of Production From Farm System In Recent Years
CHICAGO–Their offseason acquisitions of the Upton brothers notwithstanding, the Braves don’t make a lot of flashy moves and they don’t throw a lot of money around. In the past four [...]
Ask BA: Does Clint Frazier Draw Mike Trout Comps?
Could Loganville (Ga.) HS outfielder Clint Frazier be the next Mike Trout and/or the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft? Where would Rubby de la Rosa rank among Red Sox prospects if he were eligible? How did the Royals take Luke Hochevar with the top choice in the 2006 draft?
As World Baseball Classic Grows, So Does Coverage
The World Baseball Classic has always been right in Baseball America's wheelhouse. No one covers the game around the globe like we do, and we always viewed a world cup-style tournament for baseball as a great engine for the game's growth.