This season saw a lot of action for former members of the red-and-white in minor league baseball across the country. From making the best of new situations to consistent performers, Wolfpack involvement in pro baseball is on the rise with no signs of slowing down.
Pack Pro Carlos Rodón’s lack of counting stats will likely hold him back in the voting for the AL Cy Young, but his per-inning stats make his case as the American League’s best pitcher.
Assistant Sports Editor Bryan Pyrtle highlights Tatyana Forbes and Jose Torres, two of Wolfpack Athletics’ most recent Latinx alumni.
The postseason is right around the corner, and all three MLB Pack Pros are in a position to help their teams’ hunt for October baseball. Staff writer Rachel Umbach breaks down how these three have performed since our last mention of them, and how their respective teams are shaping up in the postseason brackets.
With the MLB regular season approaching its end, each of the MLB Pack Pros are making significant contributions to their respective teams’ playoff races.
Carlos Rodόn and Trea Turner continue to impress as their respective teams attempt to keep their playoff hopes alive while Andrew Knizner is leaving plenty to be desired from the Cardinals as he continues to work for the soon-retiring Yadier Molina’s starting spot.
Despite how dominant MLB Pack Pros have been in 2021 thus far, assistant sports editor Bryan Pyrtle believes the best is yet to come. With a new wave of MiLB Pack Pros inching closer to the big show, the golden age of MLB Pack Pros may finally be upon us.
Despite not being the big ticket item in the trade between the Dodgers and Nationals at the MLB’s trade deadline, Pack Pro Trea Turner is putting the league on notice with his unimaginable speed paired with smooth slides and his continued bashing of baseballs.
With many of the NC State baseball players selected in the MLB draft having already signed contracts, assistant sports editor Bryan Pyrtle breaks down their different signing bonuses.