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Q&A: Alan Zinter

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WINTER HAVEN, Fla.’”Alan Zinter has been all around this world. Well, at least the baseball parts of it. The 24th overall pick in 1989 out of Arizona never lived up […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Getting Offensive

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There were a few noteworthy games last night, so let’s touch on them quickly. North Carolina scored 11 runs in the second inning against Davidson, then tacked on 12 more […]

College

Blue Jays Finish On Top Of Roster Study

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On the strength of players signed in the 1990s, the Blue Jays comfortably led the field with nearly 90 seasons produced since 1995. Among its leaders, Toronto retained the services of ace righthander Roy Halladay and center fielder Vernon Wells, but traded shortstops Michael Young (for Esteban Loaiza) and Cesar Izturis (for Luke Prokopec) along the way and lost outfielder Jay Gibbons to the Rule 5 Draft.

Majors | #2007#Season Preview

Dodgers Have Depth At SS

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VERO BEACH, Fla.’”Baseball America’™s reigning Organization of the Year, the Dodgers fell to No. 6 in our annual organizational talent rankings this season’”primarily because they graduated so many players to […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

BAPR Plus: Chicago White Sox

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Few teams had more interesting names at big league camp than the White Sox, who saw their No. 1 (Ryan Sweeney), No. 2 (Josh Fields), No. 3 (Gio Gonzalez), No. […]

Minors

BAPR Plus: Cleveland Indians

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Our latest BAPR Plus looks at how the prospects with the Cleveland Indians have done this spring. Who’s Hot: Adam Miller won’t begin the season in the Indians rotation, but […]

Minors

Super Tuesday In The Midwest

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What a game for Oral Roberts senior righthander Chance Chapman, who struck out 17 batters in the Golden Eagles’ 5-3 upset of No. 7 Arkansas on Tuesday. Chapman was only […]

College

A Winning Pair

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It wasn't long after Reid Brignac signed that he began to show the Devil Rays he was different. A tall, lanky second-round pick in 2004 out of a Louisiana high school, Brignac played just 25 games at Rookie-level Princeton in his debut, ultimately finishing the season at low Class A Charleston—a move that was more a reward for his play in the Appalachian League than anything else.

Minors | #2007#Prospect Bulletin

BAPR Plus: Kansas City Royals

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The Royals have given their fans few things to cheer about over the past decade, so the arrival of Alex Gordon is understandably being treated as a hopeful sign for […]

Minors

BAPR Plus: Detroit Tigers

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BAPR Plus moves on to the defending AL Champs, who bring back most everyone from last year’s club while also adding Gary Sheffield. Because they had most of their lineup […]

Minors