Jake Burger Refuses To Give Up
The 2017 first-rounder remains undeterred even after losing two seasons to leg injuries and then contending with the pandemic in 2020.
Dodgers Prospects Take 'Huge Strides' In Odd Year
Even with prospects deprived of a minor league season, several Dodgers farmhands were able to develop in specific areas.
Sean Roby Finds His Power Stroke
The Giants like Roby's powerful swing and even-keeled demeanor. They hope his instructional league power display carries over to 2021.
Trevor Rogers Is Just Getting Started
The 6-foot-5 southpaw draws praise for his poise and electric fastball, and the Marlins believe the best is yet to come.
Mariners Instructional League Helps Fill In The Gaps
A 40-player instructional league will provide some level of organized development for Mariners prospects.
Rece Hinds Makes A Powerful Impression
The 2019 second-rounder had an injury and then the pandemic keep him off the field, but he didn't look the worse for wear at instructional league.
Lakewood BlueClaws Announce Brand Refresh, Adopt Jersey Shore Moniker
The team announced that it will now play as the Jersey Shore BlueClaws.
The World Baseball Softball Confederation Postpones World Cups
The WBSC announced that the U-23 and U-15 Baseball World Cups and the Women’s Baseball World Cup would be rescheduled to 2021 because of the continuing worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Greensboro Grasshoppers Bat Dog Miss Lou Lou Gehrig Dies
Grasshoppers Bat Dog Miss Lou Lou Gehrig died on Oct. 12 at age 9.
Ke’Bryan Hayes: Pirates 2020 Rookie Of The Year
A change to his hitting setup this spring allowed Ke'Bryan Hayes to access his power. Now he looks like a franchise building block.