After spending the better part of 143 consecutive days posting the best daily performances of the 2015 minor league regular season, Jim and I set out to deliver our second installment/first annual Organizational All-Stars. This week to be exact.
We wanted to keep the same posting schedule we had last year, as it was very uniform and fell perfectly in line with our off-season fantasy preparation schedule. Unfortunately however, sometimes the best laid plans have to take a temporary back seat.
In talking with Jim today, we agreed that we have to re-direct our OAS schedule.
If you’ve been following us since the very beginning, you’d know Jim’s job keeps him busy. Almost to the point where his only possible replacement would be a Terminator-like machine. More often than not, he’s pushed to the very limit and spare time seems to come only in extremely small bits and pieces.
My fall schedule (pardon the pun) threw me a knee buckling slider when I was thinking fast ball. And by the time mid-December rolls around, I will have written more feature and beat stories in a 15-week period than I have in my entire life.
In straight terms, the school semester is killing me and much like Jim, extra time is incredibly scarce. But this is no plea bargain.
Jim and I aren’t walking out of the building waving the white flag. No no. Jim and I agree when we find a website we thoroughly enjoy then, suddenly, content comes to a screeching halt without an explanation, we find that feeling very disheartening. To put it bluntly, it sucks. We vowed never to do that to our readers. That’s a promise.
Therefore, we felt an obligation to inform you that our Organizational All-Star posts will be delayed. We are currently working on off-season stats. Jim and I are also discussing a new format that might make things a little more streamlined for those deep level prospect hunters like us. However, it’s just going to take longer. We ask everyone to be patient with us. It’s not a matter of if, but when.
Please, feel free to give us any feedback.