Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Report: April 13, 2014
With MLB‘s 2014 season off to a rambunctious beginning, it’s easy to let the action on the farm fall by the wayside. Let’s not forget the impact that an organization’s minor league system has; all emerging stars, injury fill-ins, the […]
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Pittsburgh Pirates’ Pitching Depth Takes Hit As Jameson Taillon Is Set For Tommy John Surgery
For most teams, losing a prospect with the talent of Jameson Taillon would be crippling for its farm system. For the Pittsburgh Pirates, it is certainly a large hit, but it isn’t the end of the world. The Pirates have […]
San Francisco Giants: No Need to Worry About Mac Williamson
The San Francisco Giants announced their minor league rosters this weekend, and there was perhaps no surprise bigger than the assignment of outfield prospect Mac Williamson to Class A San Jose. The 23-year-old Williamson, who is considered by many to […]
Chicago Cubs Spring Training: Promising Debut for Prospect C.J. Edwards
At Chicago Cubs camp, another top prospect in C.J. Edwards made his 2014 debut, and the results were certainly promising. This time of year, Spring Training has been going on for over a month and Opening Day is in sight. But […]
Does Jordan Lennerton Have A Future With The Detroit Tigers, Or Should He Be A Trade Chip?
Last week, the Detroit Tigers made another round of roster cuts, and first baseman Jordan Lennerton was among those who were demoted. All winter long, fans speculated about whether or not the 28-year-old Lennerton would finally be able to make the big league club, as […]
New York Mets Are Right To Be Patient With Noah Syndergaard
In a move expected by most, the New York Mets re-assigned their top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard to minor league camp. Considering how impressive he was during spring training, striking out 10 in 8.2 innings with opponents hitting .167 against […]