A foray into college defense stats
The Nationals probably know that they’ll hear it from their fans if they fail to draft and sign Stephen Strasburg. From the sounds of it, they’ll probably hear it from their players too: The Nationals have the first pick in the June draft, so Strasburg can be theirs. All they have to do is take […]
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom recently announced that he’s running for governor, which prompted a quickie bio in Time Magazine which included the following: He’s a 42-year-old San Francisco native and the youngest mayor of the city in more than 100 years. He is dyslexic and was reportedly drafted by the Texas Rangers in high […]
How does NAIA baseball stack up against the levels of the NCAA?
How does NCAA Division 3 compare to Division 1?
Putting small-college baseball in context.
Ranking schools, schedules, and conferences.
Taking a look at the college/high school split in the draft.
The second portion of a fantasy player’s draft rules to live by.
Approximating the draft pick value of a Type A free agent.
Joe the Plumber? Big deal. We’ve got not one but two Joe the Baptists, plus something wild, and, of course, the so-far-second-greatest Rule 5 pick ever.
It was an unusually rich period for intriguing Rule 5 cases. We meet a Cy Young Award winner, a couple of MVPs, The Most Underrated Player in Baseball History and a space cadet.
Steve’s update of the draftee honor roll includes Fritz, Joe, Moe and Bo.
Back for the third set of requests, with four more players: Tyler Chatwood (Angels), Jacob Jefferies (Rays), Zach Stewart (Reds), and Jordan Danks (White Sox).
Breaking down three more requests: Seth Lintz (Brewers), Craig Kimbrel (Braves) and Robert Grossman (Pirates)
Yes, that’s right, the annual Rule 5 draft goes way-y back. And it’s remarkable who some of its alumni have been.
Profiles on Xavier Avery (Orioles), Kyle Russell (Dodgers) and Tim Melville (Royals)
Brad Holt has been tearing up the minors since the Mets drafted him last summer. Bryan Price may have the mechanics to follow in his footsteps.
From Jeremy Bleich (Yankees) to Johnny Giavotella (Royals).
Part 4, from Michael Montgomery (Royals) to Wade Miley (Diamondbacks).