Adjustments! This episode is dedicated, partly at least, to the brave minor league players that adjusted their game in 2018. Players like Cavan Biggio, Taylor Ward, and Bryse Wilson come to mind, but there’s others as well. We start the show off with some news around the minors, talk promotions, as well as some recent performances. Of course, we update you on Brendan McKay’s last week, before diving into a quick discussion on a recent article from former big leaguer Nate Freiman. Next up is our featured topic of player adjustments. We end with our weekly Five By Five, as we each highlight five players of note from the minor leagues over the last few weeks. It’s a jam packed episode, per usual. As always stop by and support our sponsor, by using our promo-code SAGNOF to get 20% off all you purchases through the site. It’s another week of the Razzball Prospect Podcast.

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  1. ichirosan says:

    Hi Ralph,

    going forward in a H2H dynasty league, would you rather have Joe Musgrove or Luiz Gohara?

    • ichirosan says:

      @ichirosan: Ended up getting a better deal trading Musgrove and Trevor Williams to a team desperate for pitching for Jesús Sánchez

  2. Luvdarooks says:

    Hi Ralph it is a dog fight between four teams for first place. Getting Syndergard MAY may push me over the top but the guy wants Aguilar who will be six dollars next year or SOTO who will be seven dollars next year.
    I keep them at a five dollar raise each year until they are no longer worth it.
    ( i also have tatis at 2 next year as well ) .
    I truly hate to give up any of these guys if I’m not going to win what would you do

  3. Anthony says:

    Anywhere in particular that you go for prospect injury info? I’ve tried googling a few players that I’ve noticed have been absent from box scores lately with no info. I’ve seen Vlad and seuly sitting out quite a bit over the last couple days.

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