Day: March 2, 2023

Yard Baker

Taking a Look at Luis García

When most think about the young talent on the Nationals, Keibert Ruiz, CJ Abrams, Josiah Gray, Cade Cavalli, and Mackenzie Gore are the names that come to mind. A player that often gets overlooked is Luis García. Sure, he hasn’t been as highly rated as a prospect and may not hold the star potential that […]

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Rules Changes For ’23: Do You Like Them?

As we all know by now, baseball is changing things with some rule changes to speed up the game and make it more entertaining to more demographics. I, for one, have always thought there was nothing wrong with the pace of baseball and that baseball is not boring. These are my opinions on the rule […]

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This Lefty Could Make the Tigers’ Opening-Day Roster

The Detroit Tigers drafted the big lefty in the 5th round of the 2018 draft out of the University of Louisville. Wolf has a plethora of pitches, including a fastball that can touch the mid 90’s, a cutter, a change-up, and a curveball. Wolf had a very impressive three-year career at Louisville, compiling a 14-2 […]

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The Evolution Of Alec Bohm

Alec Bohm entered spring training this year with a roster spot already locked up. However, it wasn’t like that just one short year ago. In 2022, the Phillies entered camp with a roster battle at shortstop and third base. In his offseason press conference following another season without playoff baseball in 2021, Dave Dombrowski told […]

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Ronald Acuna and Matt Olson hope to power the Braves to a sixth straight division title

MLB 2023 Futures: NL East

The NL East is an absolute beast. New York and Atlanta are coming off 101-win seasons, the third-place Phillies made it to the World Series, and all three improved this winter. This is part three of a six-part series. Atlanta Braves The Atlanta Braves are doing it right. Their homegrown star shortstop is now in […]

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Why This Mets Prospect is One of the More Enticing Prospects in Baseball

Real and natural power-hitting shortstops are some of the rarest and most coveted players in baseball today. Stars like Fernando Tatis Jr, Francisco Lindor, and Carlos Correa run the position year after year. Mets prospect Ronny Mauricio has shown he has the raw power and potential to eventually be put into conversations with other star […]

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