We are a team of passionate analysts, photographers and writers. Here are the people that bring our MLB and MiLB coverage to you.
Covering Minor League Baseball since 2014, Doug’s work has been featured on blogs such as YES Network-affiliated Pinstriped Prospects, Heels on the Field and SB Nation’s Pinstripe Alley. He’s also been a guest on ‘Champlain Valley Game Night,’ on ESPN Radio 101.3 with Brady Farkas and the Sports Hour with Brian Kreps on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 Phoenix.
Known in the baseball community as “Moose,” Ryan is a United States Army combat veteran that served in Iraq. Ryan has been shooting baseball since 2014, where his work has been featured on YES Network-affiliated blog Pinstriped Prospects, WhatProsWear.com, 2nd Guy Golf and numerous baseball gear manufacturers.
If you throw a ball, swing a bat, run on two legs (or four) and do it in Southern California, chances are good; Jerry will be there to shoot it! He covers the MiLB California League, NCAA baseball, high school draft eligible prospects, and the Sport of Kings (horse racing).
With the support of his amazing “sports” wife, they attend over 100 baseball games annually in Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona.
John is a freelance sports and wildlife photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. A military veteran, he is currently wrapping up a B.S. degree in fitness and exercise science, in preparation for med school.
Bernie Pleskoff is a former professional scout for the Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners. Bernie’s work has been featured on MLB Pipeline, MLB.com and FanRag Sports, among others.
Have covered the Yankees and their system for over 20 years. I enjoy writing about MLB prospects and where they stand in a system. I concentrate on analyzing and commenting on prospects I have seen play and have talked to.
Brian was an eight-year veteran professional baseball umpire, radio personality of Sports Hour with Brian Kreps heard on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 and a part of our Clubhouse Corner family.
Brian’s energy and enthusiasm were infectious. Whether it was the press box, studio or the field, he was in his element. He was a relentless worker who not only wanted the best for himself, but he wanted to help everyone around him become better as well. Brian will forever be a part of our family and will forever be missed.