Videos: Peter Gammons and all things MLB Draft

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central on MLB Network to discuss some of the top names in the draft… Peter discusses the high upside for shortstop Logan Warmoth, comparing him to J.J. Hardy of the Baltimore Orioles > Peter on the Chicago Cubs selecting Brendon Little with the 27th overall pick in the 2017 MLB Draft

Peter Gammons: Pitchers working fast could benefit more than just pace of play

Back in the late 1970’s, Oriole pitchers used to wear t-shirts inspired by George Bamberger and Ray Miller that read, “work fast, throw strikes, change speeds.” Simple. “It still applies,” says John Farrell. When working on a piece on the relationship between Greg Maddux and Eddie Perez, Maddux said, “what Eddie does is get the […]

Videos: Peter on Red Sox-Orioles feud, Manny Machado, the NL West, and more

Peter discusses Manny Machado’s on-field improvement, the D-backs and Rockies sustaining success and more… Peter joins High Heat with Christopher Russo to discuss the drama between the Orioles and Red Sox…

Peter Gammons: The archaic, arbitrary, and unwritten rules of beaning

Manny Machado made a late, bad slide Friday. He didn’t read the situation, as Dustin Pedroia was stretched out towards Xander Bogaerts, back turned to first base, and had no intention of turning a double play, which should have been obvious to Machado, who slid, leg high, caught the knee Pedroia had surgically repaired in […]

Peter Gammons: Development of the 2011 Pitching Draft Class

The 2011 draft was supposed to be the pitchers’ draft. UCLA’s Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer went one and three, with Virgina’s Danny Hultzen two, before his path of shoulder issues. Then came the three celebrated high school righthanders (Dylan Bundy 4, Archie Bradley 7, Jose Fernandez 15) surrounding Anthony Rendon (6), Francisco Lindor (8), Javier Baez (9) and George […]

Peter Gammons: 2017 Predictions (Part II)

Back in time when the Red Sox held spring training in Winter Haven, Florida, on the banks of Lake Lulu in the land of Goat Milk Fudge and the Fossil Museum, a great Boston television sportsman named Bob Lobel would annually drive a player to Lakeland to Madame Christine’s House of Palmistry to try to […]

Video: Peter Gammons on “Little Things” and details

Peter Gammons joins Hot Stove to discuss Don Mattingly motivating the Marlins and what expectations should be for the club in 2017, Buck Showalter’s attention to the details, the Twins’ use of Sano, and more…

Peter Gammons: Showalter, Butterfield, Belichick, and the details

Understand, Buck Showalter is the son of a high school coach and principle. He’s from a military background. One of the first days of spring training two years ago we were wandering the fields of the Oriole facility as the players took a February ritual known as infield. Defensive drills. Like pitchers covering first and […]

Video: Peter on Rockies’ bullpen, Orioles, Royals, and more

Peter Gammons joins Tuesday’s Hot Stove to talk about the Orioles’ work in the community, the Rockies’ bullpen and more…

Peter Gammons: Ten thoughts when not slipping on black ice

1). On January 23, somewhere between 12 and 20 teams will attend an indoor showcase outside Boston to watch Craig Breslow throw. Depending on whether or not he insists on a guaranteed deal, one club, after watching his video, estimates as many as a dozen teams could offer to sign the 36 year old. Yes, […]