Prospect Watch: Matt Harvey

Matt Harvey

I have to admit, my favorite thing about Matt Harvey is the name, ‘Harvey’. All I can think of is Jimmy Stewart (the BEST) and his invisible rabbit. Anyway, The Met’s are calling up one of their top pitching prospects for Thursday’s game. Zach Wheeler is the Met’s best pitching prospect, but he is still …

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Prospect Watch: Jedd Gyorko

Jedd Gyorko

San Diego prospect, Jedd Gyorko, is mashing in the minors this year.  The 23 year old doesn’t seem like he has anything left to prove, he’s just awaiting a call up. What has he done so far?  Gyorko is hitting .321, has 21 HRs, and has 71 RBIs.  Nothing wrong with any of that.  Even …

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Raising Cain

Lorenzo Cain

Lorenzo Cain, OF for the Royals, is back from injury and picking up where he left off! After injuring his leg (groin) in April, Cain has been sidelined until now.  KC had an interesting lineup heading into the year with Cain, Hosmer, Butler, and Gordan – but it had to wait until now to be …

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Catcher Help: Salvador Perez

Salvador Perez

KC catcher, Salvador Perez, has played in 11 games this year – he has at least one hit in all of them. Impressive! Perez is KC’s top catching prospect.  With an impressive 2011 debut in the majors (39 games, .331, 3 HR, 21 RBI) he looked to be the starter for 2012.  However, in March, …

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Grand Grandal

Yasmina Grandal

It would have been nice if Grandal had hit a grand slam (Then this article could be titled ‘Grand Grandal Grand Slam’). Anyway, I’m sure 2 HRs in his first 2 at bats is pretty satisfying. Switch hitting catcher Yasmani Grandal was called up by the Padres and had a very nice debut.   2 …

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So Far So Good: Anthony Rizzo

Anthony Rizzo

The Cubs, in need of just about everything, called up their top hitting prospect 1B Anthony Rizzo. In 3 games at the big league level this year, Rizzo has done alright.  He has gone 3 for 11 (.273) with 1 RBI.  All this shows is that he isn’t being overwhelmed by major league pitching like …

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