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College Top 25: March 26

Less than a week after dismissing top freshmen Lonnie Chisenhall and Nick Fuller, South Carolina won a road series against Mississippi State and ascended to the top spot in the Baseball America Top 25 rankings. Next up for the Gamecocks in the Southeastern Conference is a three-game set with Vanderbilt, which fell from No. 1 to No. 3 following a series loss to Arkansas.

College | #2007#Top 25

Scout’s View: Scott Cousins

Chris Kline -Premium Content

While Marlins outfielders Kris Harvey, Tom Hickman, John Raynor, Jose Campusano and Greg Burns all made the team's top 30 prospects list for the 2007 season, Scott Cousins was conspicuously absent. But that doesn't mean he's not noticed for a scout's view.

Minors | #2007#Scout's View

Marlins Arms Head To FSL

Chris Kline -

JUPITER, Fla.’”The Marlins’™ top young arms spent all last season at low Class A Greensboro, and the group of pitchers that includes righthanders Chris Volstad, Ryan Tucker and lefty Aaron […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

BAPR Plus: Oakland Athletics

J.J. Cooper -

As the season gets closer, we’re going around the league taking a look at which prospects have stood out during spring training and which have found they need some more […]


Royals Find Alternative At Shortstop

Jim Callis -

Dissatisfied with the declining play of former American League rookie of the year Angel Berroa, the Royals have sought another option at shortstop. They found one on Friday, with general manager Dayton Moore turning to his former club. Kansas City picked up Tony Pena Jr. from the Braves in exchange for minor league righthander Erik Cordier.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Ask BA

Jim Callis -

Are Vanderbilt lefty David Price's three straight complete games something to worry about? Where would B.J. Upton rank on the Top 100 Prospects list if he still qualified? What ever happened to Kyle Hancock, who bolted the Rockies shortly after signing as a third-round pick in 2005?

Minors | #2007#Ask BA

Nationals Organization Report

Lacy Lusk -Premium Content

For the Nationals this spring, it's not all that unusual to see the farm director throwing batting practice. Bobby Williams, the organization's manager in the short-season New York-Penn League and then the low Class A South Atlantic League over the past two years, accepted a new job in early March. His official title is director of player development, and Mark Scialabba takes over as assistant director of player development after serving as an assistant in the baseball operations department.

Majors | #2007#Organization Reports#Washington Nationals