lins prospects at the Low-A level Jimmy Wynn Jersey , plus an interview with an under-the-radar starting pitcher."WhiteFanposts Sections News & RumorsAnalysisPodcastsProspects & DraftGame CoverageFull ArchiveMasthead Social Marlins Players on TwitterFish Stripes on InstagramMarlins Media Members Fish Stripes Best of 2018 Marlins StoriesScheduleRosterStatsCommunity Guidelines StubHub odcastsMiami Marlins Prospects and Draft CoverageFish Stripes ExclusivesA-Ball with Erik Oas Episode 2: Josh Roberson InterviewUpdating the performance of several top Marlins prospects at the Low-A level, plus an interview with an under-the-radar starting pitcher.EDTShareTweetShareShareA-Ball with Erik Oas Episode 2: Josh Roberson InterviewOriginal photo by @LumberKings/TwitterClinton LumberKings pitcher and Miami Marlins prospect JoshRoberson joins the show (13:00) to talk about his strong start to the 2019 season, his baseball roots, and coming back from Tommy John surgery. A 12th-round selection in the 2017 MLB Draft, Roberson owns a 1.17 earned run average in his professional career, including a successful Clinton debut last week (5.2 IP, 5 H , 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K).Enjoy Episode 2 of A-Ball:(Fish Stripes also spoke with Roberson previously during the final stages of his recovery.)The Fish Stripes podcast is home to Miami Marlins shows Fish Bites, Earning Their Stripes and A-Ball with Erik Oas. All new episodes are posted to, or you can find them on Apple Podcasts, Megaphone and PlayerFM (coming soon to Spotify, Podbean Charlie Morton Jersey , Stitcher and every other podcast platform).Follow Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Erik Oas (@erik_oas) on Twitter. Rockies news and links for January 22, 2019"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Scaling the RocksPebble ReportRockpileRockies Game ThreadsRockies Fan ExperienceRockpileThe Rockies’ bullpen will need to step it up without Adam OttavinoNew,96commentsRockies news and links for January 22, 2019MSTShareTweetShareShareThe Rockies’ bullpen will need to step it up without Adam OttavinoColorado Rockies: Who will step up to fill Adam Ottavino’s shoes? | Rox PileGeneral Manager Jeff Bridich is relying on his current available options to lead the way in the 2019 Colorado Rockies’ bullpen. Adam Ottavino was the pride of the ‘pen in 2018 but has now decided to live out his dream as a member of the New York Yankees. If Wade Davis, Seunghwan Oh and Scott Oberg can continue producing as they did a season ago, the Rockies will have a few very reliable options at the back end of the relief corps. It will also be necessary for at least one of Bryan Shaw, Jake McGee , Mike Dunn or Chris Rusin to take a significant step forward in 2019. The less experienced options of Yency Almonte, Harrison Musgrave and DJ Johnson could also become factors, as Rox Pile’s Kevin Henry details.Rockies fans have thoughts on the Yankees signing all their players | Pinstripe AlleyPurple Row Managing Editor Eric Garcia McKinley joined Tyler Norton of Pinstripe Alley to discuss the triumvirate of former Rockies’ Troy Tulowitzki, DJ LeMahieu and Adam Ottavino. As you well know, all three will be playing in the Bronx in 2019 and all three have played their own special role in the history of the Rox.How will Walker, Helton fare in HOF voting? | MLB.comAt around 4 PM MT on MLB Network, the 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame class will be announced. Marino Rivera and Roy Halladay are locks to be elected and Edgar Mart nez will probably be inducted as well. Mike Mussina will need to do well on the yet-revealed ballots Jose Cruz Jr. Jersey , but he also has a decent shot. Former Rockies’ Larry Walker and Todd Helton certainly appear to be on the outside looking in for 2019, but Walker’s rapid rise among voters leaves plenty of hope for 2020, his final year on the ballot.Hall of Fame Poll: Larry Walker | Bluebird BanterYou may not have a Hall of Fame ballot, but that’s okay. Neither do I! We can still all vote for Walker to be a Hall of Famer in Tom Dakers’ poll at Bluebird Banter.Report: White Sox discussing trade for Joc Pederson | NBC SportsJoc Pederson of the Los Angeles Dodgers has a 123 OPS+ in his career against the Rockies. It certainly wouldn’t hurt to get him out of the league. The Chicago White Sox are one team that has reportedly shown an interest in acquiring him, relays Ashley Varela of NBC Sports.