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Inside the Numbers

John Manuel -

The NCAA’s baseball statistics were updated today; you can go get the report here. That naturally begs the question of why the NCAA doesn’t have baseball stats up until the […]

College

First Thing’s First

Aaron Fitt -

Perhaps you’ve heard about Division III Bridgewater (Mass.) State College’s 57-1 win against Newbury (Mass.) College on Monday, which set D-III records for runs, margin of victory, RBIs (54) and […]

College

Reds Triple-A Dish

Matt Eddy -

Triple-A baseball is home to hot shots, long shots and baseball lifers, its unique nature making it interesting on those levels alone. With that in mind, here’s a look at […]

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Carroll Learns Patience

Chris Kline -

Double-A Carolina might not have much offensive punch this season (the Mudcats have been shut out twice in six games), but outfielder Brett Carroll is being counted on to produce. […]

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BAPR Plus: April 11

J.J. Cooper -

If you’re looking for a good pitching performance from Tuesday, Dodgers lefty Scott Elbert’s dominant outing leads the way, and if you’re looking for a great hitting performance, you can […]

Minors

A Different Look

Alan Matthews -

PLACENTIA, Calif.–Day two of the National Classic is well underway, and the game that drew more than 30 scouts–almost all of which were regional or national crosscheckers as well as […]

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Sidewinding Approach Suits Glafenhein Fine

John Manuel -Premium Content

East Tennessee State senior Caleb Glafenhein, though, redefines value this season. As college baseball reached its midway point in April, his Buccaneers team had played 32 of its 56 regular-season games, and Glafenhein had appeared in 18 of them. He's made seven starts, more than all but one of his teammates. He's made 11 relief appearances as well—third on the team.

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Twins Call Up Casilla

Matt Eddy -

With injuries to big leaguers Rondell White and Jeff Cirillo, the Twins dipped into their Triple-A Rochester reserve to promote second baseman Alexi Casilla and outfielder Josh Rabe.

Minors | #Daily Dish

BAPR Plus: April 10

J.J. Cooper -

Today’s look around the minors includes Yovani Gallardo’s Triple-A debut, Adam Miller’s long awaited first start of 2007 and an impressive start by Nationals prospect Emiliano Fruto. Triple-A Yovani Gallardo […]

Minors

California Dreaming

Alan Matthews -

FULLERTON, Calif.–The first day of a busy week in Southern California is winding down. I’m at the nightcap of the first round of the Phil Nevin National Classic, where Riverside […]

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