Ten Underrated Pitching Prospects Impressing Early In 2023
Here we examine 10 pitching prospects showing improved stuff or command over the opening month of the season.
College Podcast: Recapping Week 11 And Previewing Week 12
Teddy Cahill and Peter Flaherty preview week 12 in college baseball, while also looking back at week 11.
Prospect Report: Gavin Stone, Brandon Pfaadt Struggle In MLB Debuts
Gavin Stone and Brandon Pfaadt made their big league debuts, Brandon Barriera pitched four no-hit innings and more.
Behind The Plate Episode 1: Dodgers Scout Tom Kunis
Baseball America presents a new podcast, hosting a different scout or executive every week.
Two-Year Minor League Park Factors And Team Run Contexts For 2021-22
Park factors are great for placing players' performance in a league context, but they're terrible at placing *leagues* in context. To get a handle on that, let's take a look at team run contexts for all 120 full-season affiliates over the 2021 and 2022 seasons.
Cubs' Cade Horton Expands His Repertoire
The Cubs want 2022 first-rounder Cade Horton to be comfortable throwing any pitch type in any count, and the early results at Low-A were encouraging.
Brewers' Tyler Black Turns The Page On Injury-Plagued 2022
The lefthanded hitter was showing power and his trademark plate discipline—while also trying a new position—in an assignment to Double-A.
Control Is Final, Elusive Piece For Athletics' Luis Medina
The power-armed righthander hits triple digits and has a wide repertoire, but his success hinges on curbing his wildness.
Wilfred Veras Shows Impressive Growth For White Sox
The 6-foot-2 Veras looks comfortable in the box and looks to do damage, but his year he is trying his hand at a new position.
Royals' Frank Mozzicato Throws Batters A Curve
Mozzicato has leaned into throwing his curveball, which was graded one of the better breaking pitches in the 2021 draft.