- 2016 Draft: Kyle Lewis Swings Way to Top-Five Consideration
- Timing of Jason Groome's Suspension Raises Questions
- Will Craig’s Power Bat Buoys 2016 Draft Stock
- Blake Rutherford Shows Tools of a Top-Five Draft Pick
- Tennessee's Nick Senzel Among 2016 Draft's Top Bats
- Lefty Jake DeVries Gives Air Force a High Draft Follow
- 2016 MLB Draft: Louisville's Corey Ray Thriving Atop Order
- Cal's Daulton Jefferies Shows First-Round Potential in Opener
- Minor Leaguers Weigh Risks in Minimum-Wage Lawsuit
- Even More 2016 Draft Prospect Standouts from Jupiter
- Air Force Lefty Jake DeVries Flying Under the Radar
- College Team USA Top 20 Prospects: Nos. 1-10
- College Team USA Top 20 Prospects: Nos. 11-20
- Lefty Jason Groome Leads Top 15 from 2016 Draft Showcase
- College Team USA Loaded with Draft Talent as Usual
- Enigmatic Skye Bolt Leads UNC’s Draft Crop
- Cal Poly Pomona's Cody Ponce Still in Play for First Round
- LSU’s Alex Bregman Firmly Among the Top-10 Draft Prospects
does have that dirtbag quality that helps his natural talent play up.
Note: This video is in chronological order, covering Kiley's look at Bregman the last three years and Jesse's recent look
- Tempering Expectations for Virginia’s Nate Kirby
Tech that I scouted, the second game is the ECU game early this season that Jesse scouted and the third game is a 2014 start at Miami that I scouted. --Kiley
- Jesse Hahn's New, Old Changeup
Oakland starter Jesse Hahn is throwing the changeup more than ever before. In some ways, it's new. In other ways, though, this was the changeup he's always had. This isn't just semantics or word play
- Louisville’s Kyle Funkhouser States Case for Top-Five Selection
- FSU's D.J. Stewart Offers First-Round Tools in Unusual Package
- Miami's Andrew Suarez Searches for 2014 Form
- Duke’s Michael Matuella Rediscovers Premium Stuff
- On the Topic of Jesse Hahn's Success
San Diego right-hander Jesse Hahn, absent from probably every preseason top-100 prospect list everywhere, has produced four starts of considerably high quality in June -- the first four starts, one
- Is Jake Arrieta the New Jesse Chavez?
Arrieta following the Jesse Chavez Legacy? It certainly looks like he's in the process of a major change in his pitching mix, and it might be what allows him to finally make good on all the promise
- Surprise! It's Jesse Chavez!
We can wallow in our collective self pity, or we can attempt to pick up the pieces and move on. This is where Jesse Chavez comes in. Kind of. Maybe.
Due to injuries in the Oakland rotation
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Jesse Crain
is likely to receive, FanGraphs is also requesting that readers make note of how much they'd pay each free agent were they, themselves, actual GMs.
In this edition: Jesse Crain.
- Rays Land Jesse Crain for Something
getting the injured player was aware that the injured player was an injured player. Now we have a newer, fresher example, since the old one was getting beat to death. Jesse Crain, right now, is on the DL
- My Brewers Romance
- How Much Luck Is Involved in One-Run Games?
- Stan Musial 1920-2013
- New Wild Cards and the Playoff-Probability Curve
- Is There Hope for the Diamondbacks?
- Is Proprietary Information Disappearing?
- A Long-Run Analysis of Salary Inflation
- Red Sox Bring In Jesse Carlson
In a move that sent approximately zero shock waves through the baseball world, the Red Sox signed former Jays left-handed reliever Jesse Carlson to a split contract this week. It was such a big story
- Why Did C.J. Wilson Sign for Cheap?
- My Game 7 Experience
- World Series Game Three Chat
- Determining the "Value" of "Valuable"
- Why Are Lefties Crafty?
- The Odds Behind Seattle's Losing Streak
- A Baseball Argument 13 Years in the Making
- Rays' Defense Continues to Impress
- What's Wrong With Adam Dunn?
- So Far, So Good for The Big Puma Experiment
- Salary Inflation Estimates for 2012
- 2011 Organizational Rankings: #10 - Colorado
- Dave Righetti: Lord Of The HR/FB Rate
- Team Preview: Houston Astros
- Team Preview: St. Louis Cardinals
- Who Are The Real HR/FB Outliers?
- What Factors Affect HR/FB Rate?
- Will The Chief Help The Yanks?
- Predicting Salary Inflation For 2011
- Which Fielder and Braun Will Show Up in 2011?
- Microeconomics and Offense (Part 3)
- Microeconomics And Offense (Part 2)
- Microeconomics And Offense (Part 1)
- MVP and Cy Young Voting Revisited
- Are Writers Picking Better MVPs and Cy Youngs?
- Why Jesse Spector Writes
participant is Jesse Spector. Mr. Spector serves not only as a copy editor for the New York Daily News, but also as the keeper of that paper's Touching Base blog, from which post he's able to proselytize
- Jesse Litsch's Many Pitches
operation and A.J. Burnett likely headed greener pastures courtesy of a lavish free agent payday.
One of the guys who will be back (along with that Halladay fellow) is right-hander Jesse Litsch
- From Orosco to Resop
roster was in shambles following a usage of relievers and the ejections of Ray Knight and Kevin Mitchell after a brawl. In the tenth inning, Gary Carter replaced Knight at third base while Jesse Orosco