Nick Kingham Has His Season Back in Control
Jul02

Nick Kingham Has His Season Back in Control

After posting a 3.04 ERA in 12 games with Altoona, Nick Kingham has been even more dominant in his first four starts with Indianapolis. Kingham has posted a 0.43 ERA in his first 26.2 innings in Triple-A. He has a strikeout to walk ratio of 20:5 with Indianapolis. The International League is hitting just .169 against him through the four outings. Kingham struggled with control early in the season with Altoona. He walked three hitters...

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Prospect Report: Andy Oliver adjusts to closer role
Jun29

Prospect Report: Andy Oliver adjusts to closer role

For nearly his entire career, the only thing keeping Andy Oliver from being a successful Major League pitcher is control. This struggle continued early this season, as he walked 10 hitters in his first eight game, including five in his first two appearances. After starting the season in relief, Oliver has finally settled into a role that has treated him well as of late. Since moving into the closer role on May 29, Oliver has seen a...

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Luis Heredia Headed in the Wrong Direction
Jun27

Luis Heredia Headed in the Wrong Direction

The 2014 Luis Heredia isn’t the same as the 2013 version. In some ways that is a good thing, but in other ways that is a bad sign. I got to see Heredia pitch last Saturday in Lakewood and talked to a scout afterwards, as well as someone who has seen Heredia a lot the last two years. Then, after his six shutout innings last night, I talked to that same scout, who followed the team to Delmarva. While the reports were better, they...

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Tyler Glasnow is Somehow Repeating His 2013 Success at a Higher Level
Jun25

Tyler Glasnow is Somehow Repeating His 2013 Success at a Higher Level

Over the weekend, I had an article on Baseball America about the developments Tyler Glasnow was working on this season, and pointing out how dominant he has been in his time in Bradenton. Glasnow started yesterday for the Marauders, and pitched another gem. He threw seven innings for the first time in his career, giving up one run on one hit, with two walks and six strikeouts. I didn’t go to the game expecting to write about...

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Cole Tucker Drew First Round Consideration From at Least Five Teams on Draft Day
Jun24

Cole Tucker Drew First Round Consideration From at Least Five Teams on Draft Day

When the Pittsburgh Pirates selected Cole Tucker with the 24th overall pick in the 2014 draft, it came as a surprise. Tucker wasn’t connected to the Pirates at all leading into the draft. He wasn’t ranked as a guy who could go in the first round. If there’s one person who wasn’t surprised, it was Tucker. “I knew going into the day that I was going to go somewhere in the top 30-40 picks,” Tucker...

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Prospect Report: Jaff Decker Sees Success on Both Sides
Jun22

Prospect Report: Jaff Decker Sees Success on Both Sides

After starting the season 4-for-22 and going five games without a hit toward the end of April, Jaff Decker has really righted the ship of late. The outfielder had a .923 OPS in the month of May, and an .826 OPS so far in June after going 3-for-5 with a home run last night. Though there have been some struggles early in the campaign, Decker was pleased with the effort. Through riding out the storm, Decker was hitting .246 with only 40...

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