This has always been a fascinating aspect of player development and the meager minor league salaries: How do teams know how good players can be if those players can’t afford the offseason programs that maximize their abilities? Good story by Chris.
THIS MONDAY: Our 10th Annual College Fair will be taking place at McCoy Stadium with over 130 colleges & universities from across the country, presented by @CPCRI, @RIStudentLoan, @B101providence, and @Coast933. The event is #free for high school students! https://t.co/RUKfzQPnqm
We sit down with @baseballhall HOFer Carl Yastrzemski to get his thoughts on his grandson @mikeyaz18 playing on the same @fenwaypark field as Yaz did from 1961-1983 with the #RedSox - we’ll hear what it means to Mike too! @SFGiants That’s on the @wbz News at 5 and 6pm. #wbz
Great remembrance from someone who performed a kick-**** cover of that one Cars song I keep talking about.
Red Sox rookie Josh Taylor: “I finally won’t have to work in an offseason, which is nice,” Taylor said. “I can actually afford to work out at a nicer, actual facility this offseason”