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Intern Island

Josh Leventhal -

In the Spotlight: Intern Survivor Night, low Class A Lexington, Saturday. An event so brilliant we may have to adopt it here at Baseball America headquarters in Durham. Sure, it […]


Nuts Remake The Classics

J.J. Cooper -

We’re a little late to the party on these, but they’re good enough to be well worth a late linking. Last year, the Modesto Nuts unveiled a series of classic […]


Owls Ousted

Aaron Fitt -

A day after Rice dropped its opener in the Conference USA tournament to Alabama-Birmingham, the top-seeded and two-time defending champion Owls were unceremoniously bounced from the event by East Carolina. […]


Minor League Transactions

Matt Eddy -

This week’s installment considers all transactions reported by MLB between May 9 and 17. Last week’s transactions available here. Arizona Diamondbacks Placed on 7-day DL: 3B Clayton Conner, SS Mark […]

Minors | #Transactions

Instant Classic In Jacksonville

Aaron Fitt -

College baseball fans in Atlantic Coast Conference country who, like me, stayed up late for the North Carolina-Virginia game Wednesday night/Thursday morning were treated to a dandy. The three-hour, 40-minute, […]


On The Map

Kirk Kenney -Premium Content

Brian Matusz and Josh Romanski were expected to help turn around San Diego's program. They've lived up to the hype. It's been quite an experience for the pair, who have played themselves into prominence. Matusz is one of the top candidates for the national Player of the Year award and No. 1 overall pick in the draft. Romanski is arguably the top two-way player in the country.

College | #2008#On Campus

Scouting Reports: No. 101-200

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The scouting reports on the draft prospects ranked from No. 101 to 200 nationally. Our rankings are based on conversations with front-office personnel, scouts and college and high school coaches in the weeks leading up to the draft.

Draft | #2008#Draft Preview

Getting Defensive

Maurice Patton -Premium Content

With five extra-base hits in five games in early May—including three home runs—Vanderbilt's Pedro Alvarez was starting to answer any questions regarding his power stroke as Major League Baseball's amateur draft neared. With three errors in the Commodores' Southeastern Conference series against Georgia, the junior third baseman was creating a few queries as well.

Draft | #2008#Draft Preview