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Rough Waters Ahead

Chris Kline -

Talk about a tough schedule. Double-A Akron manager Tim Bogar’s club is currently on an 11-day road trip. At the end of those 11 days, Bogar will hop on a […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Class Of ’08 Makes Modest Impression

Alan Matthews -

There weren't any of those sticky "Hello, My Name Is" nametags. No one was even privy to pregame introductions. This was the first wide-scale national scouting event of the summer, and before major league teams had time to polish off the paperwork of the 2007 draft, more than 300 of the nation's top rising high school seniors gathered in Cincinnati for '08 orientation.

Draft | #2008

Class Of ’08 Makes Modest Impression

Alan Matthews -Premium Content

There weren't any of those sticky "Hello, My Name Is" nametags. No one was even privy to pregame introductions. This was the first wide-scale national scouting event of the summer, and before major league teams had time to polish off the paperwork of the 2007 draft, more than 300 of the nation's top rising high school seniors gathered in Cincinnati for '08 orientation.

High School | #2008#Events#Perfect Game National Showcase

BAPR Plus: June 26

J.J. Cooper -

Manny Parra was perfect, Eric Hurley has landed in Triple-A and there was an Adam Miller sighting on a busy day around the minors.Triple-A Manny Parra was considered one of […]

Minors

End Is Bittersweet For Tar Heels

Aaron Fitt -

OMAHA–While Oregon State was celebrating its second straight national title with the dogpile it had been saving all season long, North Carolina coach Mike Fox walked back through the dugout […]

College

Team USA Announces Junior Finalists

USA Baseball announced the 32 players who will be considered for inclusion on its 2007 18-and-under junior national team. The 32 players, along with 11 alternates, were selected from a pool of 144 players who participated in the 15th annual Tournament of Stars at USA Baseball's national training complex in Cary, N.C.

High School | #2008

Team USA Announces Junior Finalists

USA Baseball announced the 32 players who will be considered for inclusion on its 2007 18-and-under junior national team. The 32 players, along with 11 alternates, were selected from a pool of 144 players who participated in the 15th annual Tournament of Stars at USA Baseball's national training complex in Cary, N.C.

High School | #2007#Events#Team USA

BAPR Plus: June 25

J.J. Cooper -

Craig Brazell is making a run at a 40 home run season, Jose Guzman flirted with a no-hitter and Edwar Ramirez is continuing to strike out nearly two batters an […]

Minors

Smith Tosses No-Hitter

Chris Kline -

Low Class A Lake County righthander Carlton Smith has been silencing bats in his last two starts for the Captains, but Sunday was a day the 21-year-old will never forget. […]

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Twice As Nice

Aaron Fitt -

See also: Box Score See also: Game At A Glance OMAHA–Darwin Barney emerged from the gaggle of Oregon State players draped in white “National Champions” T-shirts, took a few steps […]

College

Beavers Repeat

Aaron Fitt -

OMAHA–Oregon State won its second consecutive national title with a 9-3 win against North Carolina on Sunday night. The Beavers became just the fifth team to repeat as national champion, […]

College

Liberty For Toman

Aaron Fitt -

Those Clemson-South Carolina recruiting battles might not be quite as intense from now on. About a week after Florida hired Clemson recruiting coordinator Kevin O’Sullivan as its head coach, Liberty […]

College