Ralph and Halp are coming at you hot off the press this morning, or more accurately, hot off the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). This is our farm-to-table, grass fed, free range edition of the Prospect Podcast. We started the recording at 8:45 AM and it’s hopefully going to drop at 11 AM (if I can finish this write-up in time). The podcast gets off to a rolling start when we debate just how early is too early to teach your child that beautiful Cody Bellinger uppercut, rather than hammering home that boring “keep your elbow up” batting stance that I’m sure every single kid to ever play Little League is completely sick and tired of hearing about. We then transition into tons of prospect talk, starting with Gleyber Torres, Rafael Devers, Dinelson Lamet, and Tom Murphy, before moving on to some players who are absolutely killing the game right now, including Ronald Acuna, Kyle Tucker, Corey Ray, Jack Flaherty, Dustin Fowler, Brendan Rodgers, Scott Kingery, and many more.

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By Michael Halpern (@MichaelCHalpern)
Email: michaelhalpern@imaginarybrickwall.com
Twitter: Imaginary Brick Wall (@ImaginaryBrickW)

2 thoughts on “Razzball Prospect Podcast: Ralph and Halp Coming at You Farm-To-Table

  1. Hey Halp love your work. As someone who goes to both the razzball site and imaginary brick wall, will you be doing posts that aren’t duplicates here anymore? I want to make sure I’m not missing anything, but if all the content is on razzball I might as well just go there. I know you’re busy these days, but I def enjoyed reading those weekly write ups that were posted last year!

    1. Thanks Dilettantite, I definitely plan to still write on my site, but haven’t written as often as I would like to recently, obviously. I know it can be annoying to keep checking back with nothing new posted, though. I’m hoping to fall into a more regular schedule of writing soon, but can’t make any guarantees.

      Just to give you an idea of where my mind is with my site, I plan (hopefully) to have this site for the rest of my life as a place for me to write basically whatever inspires me (and relay anything that I may be doing for another website). I love writing about baseball prospects and definitely have no plans to change that as my main focus any time soon. Can’t make any promises for when I’m 80 years old, though!

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