Steve Randel, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Steve Randel

Steve "Esteban" Randel is a former player, regional amateur scout in Latin America and current high school coach. He has been an international sports journalist for 42 years, and is the founder and former publisher of "The Latin Athlete" magazine.

Alex Correa
By Steve Randel On Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Top 10 Latino youngsters who will make an impact this year

Alex Correa has arrived and is here to stay. (USA Today) I could be wrong, but the 2015 season seemed to signal a period of transition for Hispanic superstars. You know, a phasing out of the old guard while the More...

latino pitchers
By Steve Randel On Sunday, January 10th, 2016

Latino pitchers cash in on free-agent spending spree

Johnny Cueto leads a class of Latino pitchers that is making a mint this offseason. Teams have been overly aggressive in the free-agent pitching market this winter, shelling out incredible sums of money for the More...

Aroldis Chapman
By Steve Randel On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

Where will Aroldis Chapman be firing missiles next year?

The Aroldis Chapman watch is well underway heading into next week’s Winter Meetings. Baseball’s Winter Meetings will soon be upon us, and I have to admit it’s an event which always piques my interest. More...

Carlos Correa
By Steve Randel On Friday, November 20th, 2015

AL ROY Carlos Correa leads new baseball era in Puerto Rico

Carlos Correa’s career is off to a running start following his AL Rookie of the Year season with the Astros. (Troy Taormina/USA TODAY Sports) Carlos Correa had barely turned 21 when he first experienced a More...

Salvador Perez
By Steve Randel On Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Salvador Perez, other Latinos led way in Royals triumph

World Series MVP Salvador Perez leads the cheers during Kansas City’s championship parade. It has always been customary behavior for me to chill out and collect my thoughts at the conclusion of the World More...

By Steve Randel On Saturday, October 17th, 2015

Latin Link: LCS scenarios favor New York, Kansas City

Edinson Volquez sparked the Royals to a shutout victory in game one of the ALCS. (Getty Images) I must admit I was a bit surprised when the New York Mets and Chicago Cubs became the final twosome to compete for More...

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