Jon Harris Knows He Has to be Better

Through 4 starts last June, New Hampshire's Jonathan Harris was all but unhittable. The 2015 1st round pick from Missouri State allowed but 2 earned runs during that stretch, which he kicked off with 6 no-hit innings against Akron, who he would stymie again in the Eastern League finals two months later. With added velocity … Continue reading Jon Harris Knows He Has to be Better

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Recapping New Hampshire’s Run to the Eastern League Title

The minor leagues may be more about development than they are about winning, but there are times when the two concepts are on parallel tracks, and the results can be rewarding for fans of the team both near and far. Such was the case with the 2018 New Hampshire Fisher Cats, who romped to the … Continue reading Recapping New Hampshire’s Run to the Eastern League Title

Beware of Minor League Stats, and Some Thoughts About Jon Harris

First, a disclaimer:  I love Vladimir Guerrero Jr like he's one of my own sons.  In fact, if it were up to me, my wife and I would have another son and call him Vladito (it's not). Before I had seen him play a game, the reports I'd read about him led me to label … Continue reading Beware of Minor League Stats, and Some Thoughts About Jon Harris

Top Blue Jays Prospect Story Lines for 2018 – Beyond the Obvious Ones

If you've visited this site hoping to find out if Vladimir Guerrero Jr will continue to be one of the top prospects in baseball, or if Bo Bichette will continue to hit everything in sight, or if Nate Pearson will continue to dominate with a fastball in the upper 90s, let me save you some … Continue reading Top Blue Jays Prospect Story Lines for 2018 – Beyond the Obvious Ones