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A Familiar Pick

Roch Kubatko -Premium Content

When Orioles scouting director Joe Jordan went to bed the night before the amateur draft, he already knew which three players would be chosen ahead of his turn. He was on the clock before his head hit the pillow. Jordan had to decide between San Diego lefthander Brian Matusz and South Carolina first baseman Justin Smoak. After much deliberation, he chose Matusz.

Majors | #2008#Baltimore Orioles#Organization Reports

MWL All-Stars Announced

Jim Shonerd -

Rosters for the Midwest League’s All-Star game have been announced. The game will be played June 17 in Midland, Mich., home of the Great Lakes Loons. Bold denotes starters. EASTERN […]


Checking In On Charlotte Duo

Matt Eddy -

Righthanders Lance Broadway and Jack Egbert, two of the White Sox’ top pitching prospects, call Charlotte home this summer, but not even they have helped boost the Knights’ 4.56 ERA […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Gose Throws One Last Look

Dave Perkin -

Scouts representing six different major league organizations gathered Monday at the indoor facility of West Coast Sports management in Pasadena, Calif. to observe a throwing session featuring Anthony Gose, the […]