Since he arrived on the scene in November of 2019, Pittsburgh Pirates General Manager Ben Cherington has emphasized, and at times, given preference to positional versatility when constructing rosters from PNC to Pirate City. Along with this flexibility, he has also targeted players with pure athleticism in the field and on the base paths, whichContinue reading “Benefitting From Playing Multiple Positions, And Sometimes Multiple Sports”
A rebuilding club always has one thing going for them. They can always point out toward the affiliate locations and say hey guys, look over there, not here.
I often hear Pittsburgh Pirates fans talk about a void that exists in the Farm System as it pertains to quality pitching prospects, especially left handed pitchers. They make it seem like there are absolutely zero left handed hurlers, which couldn’t be further from the truth. I am not going to pretend like it wouldn’tContinue reading “Through The Prospect PortHole: Braeden Ogle”
For a Major League Baseball team to be successful in each years June Amateur Draft they not only have to “hit” on the early draft picks, but also do deep dives to discover hidden gems as you move past the top 5 to 10 rounds. Sometimes these searches take you to places that have onlyContinue reading “Through The Prospect Port Hole: Colin Selby”
When players are injured, especially early on in their professional careers, they often get lost in the shuffle; long forgotten by even the most avid prospect junkie. For some they fade to obscurity, never to be heard from again, while others burst back onto the scene and make us remember the potential that existed whenContinue reading “Through The Prospect Port Hole: Yerry De Los Santos”
The average salary for most MiLB players sits around 12,500 dollars a year. The lowest level players will earn somewhere in the 300 dollars a week range.