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Hamstring Tweak Hinders Cumberland

Nathan Rode -

Drew Cumberland was among the top high school middle infielders in the 2007 class, but he was unable to punctuate a strong senior season due to a nagging hamstring injury. […]


Scouting Reports: Utah

John Manuel -

Scouts were buzzing in the Beehive State this year, with a strong high school crop that will be worth watching to see if players sign or head to college.

Draft | #2007

Scouting Reports: Pacific Rim

John Manuel -

The 49th and 50th states have little to offer this year, with a few interesting college players in Hawaii and a few Alaskan high school players who might bear watching as college players.

Draft | #2007

Tyler JC Captures First National Title

Travis Young -

Tyler (Texas) Junior College defeated Joliet (Ill.) JC 13-5 in the final game of the NJCAA Division III World Series to claim the school’™s first-ever national championship. After splitting the […]


Walden Signs For $1 Million

Jim Callis -

Jordan Walden entered 2006 with the tag as the best high school prospect in the draft, not to mention seven-figure bonus aspirations. He had to wait a year, but Walden […]


BAPR Plus: May 30

J.J. Cooper -

Mitch Hilligoss had to wait until his last at-bat, but he succeeded in extending his hitting streak to a South Atlantic League record 35 games, and Colby Rasmus had a […]


D-III Title Heads To New Jersey

David Ely -

There was no magical run left in the Emory (Ga.) Eagles’ arms or bats. Faced with the formidable task of winning back-to-back games Tuesday afternoon in Grand Chute, Wis., Kean […]


O’Neil Opens Eyes

Alan Matthews -

The rise of Devin Mesoraco was easily the most exciting story of amateur baseball in Pennsylvania this year. While Mesoraco, a senior catcher from Punxsutawney, made his move early this […]