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Players On The Move

Jim Callis -

Prospects whose stock is increasing or decreasing significantly two months before the June 5-6 draft: • Ethan Martin, rhp/3b, Stephens County HS, Toccoa, Ga. Considered a power-hitting third baseman coming […]

College | #Stock Report

Early-Season Promotions

Josh Leventhal -

The Fresno Grizzlies are taking an unusual tactic to attract fans to the ballpark for Opening Day this weekend: blackmail. If the Fresno followers ever want to again see Parker, […]


Three Strikes: April 7

Aaron Fitt -

Strike One: Top Dawgs Through four weeks of play in the Southeastern Conference, it is clear that the league lacks a single, dominant superpower. South Carolina and Vanderbilt, which entered […]

College | #Three Strikes

Paying For The Rain

Josh Leventhal -

The drought in North Carolina ended just in time for the baseball season. After seeing barely a drop of precipitation over the winter, high Class A Kinston was inundated last […]


Dykstra Makes Move To Center

Nathan Rode -

By Dave Perkin Having previously spent his high school career as a middle infielder, Cutter Dykstra of Westlake (Calif.) High has now made the switch to center field, emulating his […]


Still Standing

Jim Callis -Premium Content

Not even a major injury to college baseball's best hitter could change the status quo at the top of the draft. Two months before the draft, the four best prospects remained the same as they were at the start of the season: Vanderbilt third baseman Pedro Alvarez, San Diego lefthander Brian Matusz, Missouri righthander Aaron Crow and Griffin (Ga.) High shortstop Tim Beckham.

Draft | #2008#Draft Dish