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Lakewood Roars To Lions Title

Alan Matthews -

At the same time the Phil Nevin National Classic was being held at various fields in Fullerton and Placentia, the 33rd annual Anaheim Lions Tournament was being played in Anaheim. A three-day, 33-team event that features five games for each team didn't offer the national appeal of the Classic, but with more than handful of Southern California's best squads suiting up, there was an intriguing game to be found at all hours of the day at any given high school field in Northern Orange County.

High School | #2007

BAPR Plus: April 19

J.J. Cooper -

The first triple play of the season highlighted a night where Randy Johnson took a step closer to getting back to the big leagues, Kevin Slowey continued to paint the […]

Minors

National Classic Pits East Vs. West

Alan Matthews -

Because high school baseball doesn't offer a year-end tournament to determine a true national champion on the field, tournaments such as the National Classic are intriguing tests, with much more on the line than the tournament title alone.

High School | #2007

C U Latr, Txts

Aaron Fitt -

College recruiting coordinators could soon see a reduction in their wireless bills, but the savings won’t be altogether welcome. The NCAA Division I management council has recommended a ban on […]

College

Campusano Lands on DL

Chris Kline -

Marlins outfielder Jose Campusano landed on the disabled list today, retroactive to April 18. One of the more exciting players in the organization, the converted infielder just started playing left […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Volquez Gets a Do-Over

Chris Kline -

Rangers righthander Edinson Volquez is starting over. Volquez, who ranked as the organization’s top prospect a year ago, has pitched well through the system since he was signed out of […]

Minors | #Daily Dish