2020 MLB Mock Draft 7.0

It’s been a month since my last mock draft and in that short time, the MLB Draft has been completely changed. Somehow in the midst of all this chaos, the draft has become even more of a crapshoot than it already was. Like my last mock draft, this one will be based on what I … Continue reading 2020 MLB Mock Draft 7.0

How Prairie Grain, A Big League Manager, and a Hall of Famer All Came to be Connected in a Small Ontario Town

We're stepping outside of the usual MiLB lines for the next few days (or weeks) to bring you some of our favourite baseball stories. As some of you might know, I have been deeply immersed in an amateur baseball research project from almost a century ago.  Hopefully, it will see the light of day somewhere … Continue reading How Prairie Grain, A Big League Manager, and a Hall of Famer All Came to be Connected in a Small Ontario Town

Blue Jays Prospects Try to Make the Best of Things

  Classic rock and yard work. This is what normal home owners do on the weekend right? — Brandon Bishoff (@TieGoes2Runner) March 15, 2020 For baseball players (as well as scouts, like Bishoff, who covers Florida for the Blue Jays), there is a rhythm to the calendar year.  From late February to September or October, … Continue reading Blue Jays Prospects Try to Make the Best of Things

The Fifth Overall Pick, Mid-Round Prospects, the Biggest Risers, and More

Leading Fifth Overall Candidates RHP Emerson Hancock (Georgia) - In midst of Lacy’s rise, Hancock has been floating around as the no. 2 pitcher in the draft amongst draft rooms. Pitchers are volatile, so Gonzales, Torkelson, and Martin’s continued dominance and lack of risk are making the Hancock to Toronto rumblings more than just a … Continue reading The Fifth Overall Pick, Mid-Round Prospects, the Biggest Risers, and More