MLB overhauled the minors this season. Some advocates say it hasn’t been enough.

by Chelsea Janes @ The Washington Post

Multiple executives and MLB officials said those in the industry are beginning to view providing minor leaguers with housing, adequate meal money and other basic needs as competitive advantages, a potential edge in player development. But that approach is not widespread, and many organizations are still pinching pennies.

More Than Baseball takes a different approach to helping minor leaguers, focusing less on publicly highlighting the problem and more on trying to work within the system.