It’s Time To Fix How We Evaluate MLB Prospects

Prospect evaluation may be the most difficult part of any sport. After all, the best way to judge a player is based on their previous production, but we don’t have that luxury with prospects- we are forced to project how they’ll fare playing at higher levels, which is a burdensome task. As this process has garnered the attention of the public more, however, it is … Continue reading It’s Time To Fix How We Evaluate MLB Prospects

Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Oakland Athletics

The A’s may have a very small budget, yet they’ve won over 90 games in back-to-back seasons, albeit only to lose in the wildcard game. Expect this to be a typical offseason for Billy Beane, who’ll look to add some cheap impact players to round out a roster that should be good enough to compete for the playoffs. Expected Direction: The Same Offseason As a … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Oakland Athletics

Oakland Athletics Offseason Tracker and Analysis

After a surprising 97 win season in 2018, the A’s will look to contend in 2019 once again. It’ll be tough for them to make a splash with financial limitations, so they can be expected to make some out of the box signings to improve their rotation. Current State: Playoff Contender A’s Extend Manager Bob Melvin, GM David Frost, and VP of Baseball Operations Billy … Continue reading Oakland Athletics Offseason Tracker and Analysis