Scouting is an integral part of professional baseball. Teams employ and send out hundreds of employees tasked with finding the next great players. Although they monitor first-round draft talent, their bread and butter is trying to decipher the future of players who may not have quite as much polish. As a result, some come to believe so much in who they are evaluating that they continue scouting—for years if necessary— until they are able to bring them into the fold. Such is the case with the Boston Red Sox and pitcher Max Watt.
Daily Archives: December 27, 2015
It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.
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Breaking down each team’s last Rookie of the Year and a few surprising facts popped up.
Let’s avoid the Sophomore Jinx on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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