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Catching Up . . .

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.’”OK, so we’™re five days into this spring training stint, so it’™s time to deliver. What follows is a full extravaganza of notes from a myriad of […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

BAPR Plus: Seattle Mariners

J.J. Cooper -

As Opening Day nears, we’re going to take a tour around the leagues to take a look at which prospects have a shot of making major league Opening Day rosters. […]

Minors

BAPR Plus: Texas Rangers

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Consider this your Cliff’s Notes for catching up with what is happing in big league camps around Florida and Arizona. We’ll let other guys write about the established big leaguers, […]

Minors

Ain’t Life Grand?

Aaron Fitt -

Wednesday was a wild day in college baseball, featuring the fall of the nation’s last unbeaten team, a near-record for hit batsmen in a game, and not one but two […]

College

Two Sons Of Big Leaguers Team Up In California

Adam Foster -

When your last name is Bonds or Scioscia it's not simple to blend in on the baseball field. But then Matt Scioscia, a senior catcher/first baseman, and Nikolai Bonds, a junior outfielder, have never led normal lives. As the season started for the Crespi Celts, however, the sons of one of baseball's most feared hitters and most respected catchers/managers have deflected the attention as best as possible.

High School | #2007

High Heat

Katy (Texas) High ranked No. 1 in Texas in the preseason and No. 11 in the most recent Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25 behind an 18-3 start. Where they had the opportunity to sneak up on people last season, the Tigers have discovered quickly this spring that their team is in the crosshairs of every team on its schedule.

High School | #2007

High Heat: March 23

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Katy (Texas) High ranked No. 1 in Texas in the preseason and No. 11 in the most recent Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25 behind an 18-3 start. Where they had the opportunity to sneak up on people last season, the Tigers have discovered quickly this spring that their team is in the crosshairs of every team on its schedule.

High School | #2007#High Heat

Prospect Pulse: March 23

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While several players just missed cracking the top 100 this year—Reds righthander Johnny Cueto, Phillies righthander Kyle Drabek, Devil Rays third baseman Akinori Iwamura, Giants third baseman Angel Villalona, Angels catcher Hank Conger, Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold and Indians lefthanded reliever Tony Sipp among them—those are all familiar names to Baseball America readers. Here is a look into relatively uncharted territory for a glimpse at breakout candidates for 2007.

Minors | #2007#Prospect Pulse

Big Arms In Tribe Camp Day

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WINTER HAVEN, Fla.’”It was a camp day across the majority of Florida, and at Chain O’™Lakes Park, the intrasquad games and side sessions were a literal who’™s who of arms […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Keydets On The Warpath

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In its first game since the Lonnie Chisenhall/Nick Fuller bombshell became public, South Carolina rolled over UNC Asheville 9-2 last night. Gamecocks coach Ray Tanner’s news conference earlier in the […]

College