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The Zach Lee Interview

Before we get to the interview, let me bring up a few things that are on my mind. The PCL Factor:  Travyon Robinson hit 32 HR in about 1,100 AB’s at Inland Empire which is known as a “hitter’s league.”  Then, last season he hit 9 HR at Chattanooga (523 AB’s) which is a “pitcher’s league.”  [...]

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Interview: Garrett Gould Is Becoming a Pitcher

In what can really be called his “breakout season” Garratt Gould has went from “Suspect” to “Top Ten” Prospect for the Dodgers. Garrett is 6′ 4″ and 190 (I’d say he’s more like 215) is in his third professional season.  Actually, he only pitched 2 innings three years ago at age 17.  Last year, he [...]

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Musings From The Fort

Raffy is gone to the Cardinals for Alex Castellanos, who despite good numbers in AA, is not considered by most to be a major league caliber player.  He’s not yet twenty-five, but has a long swing to go with good speed, good power and a good arm.  He was not among the Cardinals Top 3o [...]

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What’s On The Horizon?

What’s On The Horizon?

        I have no clue where this “Debacle in the Ravine will take us, but I’d say Jamie does not have the upper hand.   No, I’m not going to speculate on who we will sign and who we won’t or who we should trade.  Today, I just want to do some “farming.”  [...]

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Kershaw Bombed!

Kershaw Bombed!

That’s what we think, now that we expect a lot from him, but the fact of the matter is that Clayton Kershaw “getting bombed” means he gave up a few walks and 2 doubles.  He still has a  2.91 ERA and has given up the fewest HR of any starter in baseball.  When Clayton gets [...]

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