Amanda Asay Elevated Her Team Canada Teammates
Amanda Asay, the longest-serving member of Baseball Canada’s Women’s National Team, died tragically as a result of a skiing accident at Whitewater Ski Resort near Nelson, British Columbia, on Jan. 7.
Women In Baseball: Bailie Brown Blazes A Trail
Brown is the first woman to graduate from Syracuse's sports analytics program. She immediately landed an apprenticeship with the Astros.
Women In Baseball: Katie Krall Focuses On The Big Picture
Katie Krall spent a year and a half in the commissioner’s office before joining the Reds as a baseball operations analyst
Women In Baseball: Emilee Fragapane Helps Dodgers Players, Coaches Think Big
Fragapane takes pride in her organization’s ability to digest big data into small bites that help create a competitive advantage
2021 High School Baseball Player Of The Year: Jackson Jobe
Whether hitting or pitching, Jackson Jobe does things on the field that few have seen.
2021High School Baseball Team Of The Year: Mississippi's Madison Central High
Madison Central High leans on a team-first but competitive approach to claim the Mississippi state championship.
How Jud Fabian Cut Down On Strikeouts, Built Confidence Ahead Of 2021 MLB Draft
The No. 27-ranked prospect analyzed his tools ahead of the draft and broke down how he adjusted his approach this season.
Women In Baseball: Blue Jays' Ginger Poulson Embraces The MLB Draft Experience
Blue Jays scouting analyst Ginger Poulson feels that working the draft is where she is ‘supposed to be.’
How Henry Davis' Growth Mindset Helped Him Become One Of 2021 MLB Draft's Top Prospects
Louisville catcher Henry Davis is driven to be the best version of himself at bat and behind the plate.
2021 LHP Adam Shoemaker Experiences Newfound Velocity
The prep lefthander is now topping out at 95 mph and scouts are taking notice.