Over at OaklandClubhouse.com the
Minor League Notebook is chock full of the good stuff. Not only do you get
the inside scoop on the latest addition to the big league club’s bullpen, but
Senior Editor Melissa Lockard breaks down the four newest members of the
organization, including the lefty starter some believe could be the next Barry Zito.
Tyler Clippard has been sent back down, and Phil Hughes is
on the DL, but the cupboard isn’t bare, as PinstripesPlus.com editor Patrick
Teale found out in his
Q&A with Scott Aldred the pitching coach for the Yanks Double-A club, the
The Diamondbacks loved him, the Phillies had him, and then
it seemed nobody wanted him. Over on our Cubs site, InsideTheIvy.com, find out
Kroeger Makes A Lasting Impression in an exclusive interview with the
There has never been any secret about the Minnesota Twins
farm system. They produce players, and they believe in depth. That’s why the
Twin Cities Dugout Player of the Week is such a tough call each and every
Of course the Cleveland Indians have done alright with the
youngsters, so every year baseball fans take a look at the Indians draft picks
and wonder who the next Victor Martinez or Grady Sizemore is. Could it be
outfielder Adam White? Lefty hurler Garrett Rieck? Or could it be one of the
three others among
Five Mid-Range Draft Picks IndiansInk.com profiles.
Detroit is hot, and one has to figure that Andrew Miller
will go ahead and trade his top spot on the weekly
Power Rankings for a spot on the big league roster. None the less that does
leave a spot open, find out who took over the #1 slot, as well as the rest of
the top 15 in the Tigers organization.
At 25 years old Bob McCrory may be a little behind the
curve, but his electrifying arm has the editors of our Baltimore site,
InsidetheWarehouse.com hyped up now that he’s
Happy and Healthy. This right hander has overcome injury, rumor, and come
through with his talent, drive, and future intact. An intimate chat with the
Mississippi native sheds some light on what has kept him going.
Finally we end where we began, with the draft. Over at
MadFriars.com the staff doesn’t wait until the prospect is signed. He won’t
turn 19 until December, and he’s not even sure if he’ll be pitching for the
Padres or the Florida Gators next season, but righthander
Tommy Toledo is already talking to the staff of our San Diego site, giving
fans a taste of what might be to come.
Is that all? Of course not, head to
The Scout.com MiLB Homepage to find your
favorite team, player, or just to get the latest inside news from Scout.com, and
be sure to come back next week for Around the Horn.