Victor Robles' Exit Velocity Is Cause For Concern
Can Victor Robles get by with bottom-of-the-scale exit velocities? It's a cause for concern for the No. 11 prospect in baseball.
Scouting Staffs Aren't Disappearing, At Least Yet
Sure, some teams are reducing scouts. But we tracked data over the last 30 years and found there is no indication majority of MLB teams are shredding scouting jobs.
The New And Improved Baseball America In 2019
Starting this month, Baseball America is transitioning to a monthly magazine. But don't be alarmed: We may be reducing the frequency, but not the number of pages or total content.
New Format Allows BA To Stay Focused On What We Do Best
In this age of power-centric baseball, we are emphasizing slugging percentage over batting average for our loyal Baseball America readers.
The Best Baseball-Football Talents Over The Last 40 Years
Baseball America founder Allan Simpson provides a sampling of the best combined baseball-football talents, listed by draft year.
A 'Concerning' Future For Traditional MLB Scouting
Scouting staffs are shrinking as teams enhance analytics staffs in an effort to build the perfect player evaluation machine.
Where Are They Now? Jeffrey Hammonds
Jeffrey Hammonds was an all-star in 2000 with the Colorado Rockies, and is now a special assistant for player services for the MLBPA.
Wilson Announces Upgrades To A2000, A2K Lines
New for this year, Wilson has unveiled Superskin material on the A2K model, created a new flat-finger binding on the A2000, plus a new Jon Lester model.
Rays SVP Of Baseball Operations Chaim Bloom Joins The Podcast
Chaim Bloom joins Kyle Glaser to discuss one of the best Rays farm systems ever, how using "The Opener" impacts their scouting strategy, and two-way prospects.
How The Orioles Scouted Mike Mussina Ahead Of The 1990 Draft
Kyle Glaser spoke with two key members of the Baltimore Orioles front office to learn how the team identified and scouted a future Hall of Famer.