Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images The infielder hit his way into an MLB debut in 2019, and should be in the mix for more in 2020. Our 2020 Community Prospect List adds its eighth member, and its fourth prospect that made his MLB debut last summer.
Pictured: Not Puason | Photo by RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP via Getty Images The shortstop is Oakland’s biggest addition in years from the int’l market. Our 2020 Community Prospect List adds its seventh member, and one of the newest additions to the A’s farm.
Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images After missing three seasons to injury, the righty pitched for an A’s affiliate last summer. Our 2020 Community Prospect List adds its sixth member, and its third third pitcher who missed all of 2018 to injury but got back in action in ‘19.
“This is a great pitch! (I have 6 more left this season.)” | Photo by Lindsey Wasson/Getty Images There is something magical about the day pitchers and catchers report, which is odd because not much actually happens.
Photo by Cody Glenn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The lefty came back from Tommy John surgery to make a successful MLB debut. Our 2020 Community Prospect List adds its second member, in one of the closest votes in CPL history.
Photo by Rob Leiter/MLB Photos via Getty Images The lefty takes the top spot for the second straight year. Our 2020 Community Prospect List officially has its first member, as pitcher Jesus Luzardo breezed to the top of the inaugural ballot with 129 out of 146 votes.
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images This winter has been nuts. An already insane MLB offseason came to a crescendo this past week with the blockbuster Mookie Betts deal (and its surrounding drama).
Because Mengden is out of minor-league options, whether he will throw another pitch as a member of the organization is up in the air. But if Mengden does go on the 60-day IL, Oakland will save a 40-man roster spot and put that decision on hold.
In the wake of ESPN personality and New York Mets special assistant Jessica Mendoza's about whistleblower Mike Fiers, Major League Baseball has come out in support of the former Astros pitcher, who helped bring the Houston sign-stealing scandal into the spotlight.