Monthly Archives: May 2019

2019 Top College Baseball Draft Prospects: Right-Handed Pitching (Part 2)

Leading up to the 2019 MLB Amateur Draft, Baseball Info Solutions has been publishing a series of position-by-position scouting reports from our Video Scouts for the top-50 collegiate draft prospects. This is the last of the position previews. Each player is graded by the 20-80 scouting scale, given a comprehensive evaluation, and assigned a floor […]

How are the Twins getting it done?

The Twins are racking up wins. What have been the keys to their success?

On Catcher Injury Risk and Managerial Decision-Making

Managers often avoid using backup catchers out of fear of injury. But how often do catchers actually get hurt?

2019 Top College Baseball Draft Prospects: Right-Handed Pitching (Part 1)

Alek Manoah tops our list, one that includes a bunch of pitchers with electric mid-to-upper-90s fastballs.

2019 Top College Baseball Draft Prospects: Left-Handed Pitching (Part 2)

Our draft series continues and features a couple pitchers best suited for the bullpen

The Dodgers’ dominant defense

By Mark Simon The Dodgers are poised to not just dominate the NL West again, but to dominate all of baseball in defensive performance. The Dodgers lead MLB with 62 Defensive Runs Saved. The next-closest team entering Thursday is the Astros with 45. What’s impressive about the Dodgers is that they’ve done this after they […]

The Rise of Minor League Defensive Shifts

We talk a lot about shifts at the MLB level. What about in the minors? Are they rising like they are in the majors? Are they are as common?