On Sept. 1 of each year in Major League Baseball, rosters expand from 25 to 40 players. Each team then has an opportunity to call up minor league prospects with the thought of evaluating their development and watching how they handle life on the grand stage.
This year, several prospects will get the same call, and will do all they can to impress their bosses. Here are five names...
In partnership with the Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Office, the UW department of Intercollegiate Athletics was awarded a $3,500 grant to be used toward the reduction of game-day waste at Husky football games.
Scouting reports are the foundation of the talent evaluation system, and clubs don't stop scouting players once they enter the pros. As part of our minor league coverage here at Scout.com, we’ll be providing team quality first-hand scouting reports and video on prospects around minor league baseball. Here’s a scouting report on Athletics' prospect, Grant Green.
The Mesa Solar Sox won 10-8 today against Phoenix. Two Pittsburgh Pirates prospects pitched today, while one hitter was in the lineup. The pitchers were Nathan Baker and Michael Colla. Baker had another rough outing, his fourth bad outing in his last five appearances, and his worst of the season. The left hander allowed five runs on four hits in two innings, with two walks...
A's first-round pick Grant Green is sold on the new swing Oakland taught him this fall, and on Thursday, his grand slam was another sign of progress at the plate.
Grant Green of the Oakland Athletics joins FOX Sports/Scout.com Field Reporter Inna Lazarev to discuss his experience at the Arizona Fall League, his transition from shortstop to centerfield, and more.
Grant Green, the A's No. 1 prospect, homered and doubled to give Phoenix a 7-6, 10-inning win in Peoria on Wednesday afternoon.