CEO Jon Danos Charged With Further Growing Frontier League
Danos is tasked with growing the league as it enters its 29th season.
Commissioner Bill Lee's Legacy Lives On In Frontier League After Retiring
When Bill Lee took over as commissioner of the Frontier League in 1994, it looked to be limping toward dissolution.
Fredericksburg Nearing An Ominous Historical Mark In First Season
Fredericksburg is 0-15 to start the season and owns the fourth-worst run differential in franchise history.
How The New 2021 Schedule Will Shake Up Minor League Rotations
This year, every minor league team will be off one day a week, which throws those pitching schedules into disarray.
Baseball America Prospect Report—April 19, 2021
Yermín Mercedes and Jazz Chisholm are among the prospects headlining Monday's prospect report.
Why Don't Junior College Hitters Get Drafted?
MLB teams are almost completely ignoring juco hitters at the top of the draft now. J.J. Cooper examines why.
New Mound Distance, Modified DH Among Atlantic League Rule Changes For 2021
The Atlantic League is moving back the mounds at the request of MLB halfway through the season, and this time it really means it.
Podcast: Looking Ahead At The American League in 2021
Kyle Glaser returns to the podcast to break down early-season action in the American League with J.J. Cooper.
Baseball America Prospect Report—April 13, 2021
Tigers prospects Casey Mize and Akil Baddoo headline our Tuesday prospect report.
Does One-Knee Catching Actually Lead To More Wild Pitches?
Conventional wisdom is that MLB catchers are more susceptible to passed balls and stolen bases on one knee. But is that really true?