The Team

 

 
ralph.jpg

Ralph Lifshitz

Ralph aka @ProspectJesus aka Poppa Large Big Shot of The East Coast aka the man that invented The Dab. (**Only one of those things is true.**) Ralph has been covering minor league baseball since 2015, as the Prospect Analyst for Razzball for three seasons. In addition to writing Ralph hosts three Baseball Podcasts (Razzball, Razzball Prospects Pod, The Baseball Show)

Father of three, Ralph enjoys coaching baseball, dominating fantasy leagues, and Frosted Lemonades. He is responsible for New England Professional & Amateur Scouting.

2018-04-29_14-28-06_095.jpeg

JAson woodell

Jason Woodell has written about prospects for numerous sites. He got his start with Prospects1500 and has provided reports on prospects for Baseball Prospectus, 2080 Baseball, and Pinstriped Prospects.

Jason is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and former model in Jordan. He lives in Tampa, likes dogs, craft beer, and his wife…not necessarily in that order.

Twitter @JasonAtTheGame

Jason Pennini

The economics student who became an accountant. The accountant who became a blogger. The blogger who defied the internet! A striking story! But now the people want to know how the story ends.

Jason Pennini is an aspiring scout with a background in economics and finance. He scouted independent league baseball for the Milwaukee Brewers in summer of 2018. Prior to the Brewers, he wrote at his personal blog, The Baseball Bell Curve.

Twitter @JasonPennini

0D0794D2-4822-4E89-898C-338BDC3DF84F 2.jpg

Lance Brozdowski

Lance Brozdowski is currently a graduate journalism student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He currently writes for SB Nation’s St. Louis Cardinals subsite (Viva El Birdos) and Razzball. Past projects include BigThreeSports.com and the Two Strike Approach baseball podcast.

His coverage has trended more towards the reporting end of the spectrum as he values interaction with the superb talents littered through the minor leagues and building relationships to provide information and perspective to fans.

Given his projectable frame, you might mistake him for a pitcher, but be warned if you’re in a dynasty league, he probably tops out on a good day around 80 mph.

Twitter @LanceBrozdow