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Hop On The Bus, Gus

Aaron Fitt -

It’s still pouring outside the hotel room here in Myrtle Beach, but that doesn’t stop me from getting my college baseball fix by monitoring CSTV’s GameTracker. A number of teams […]

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Bad Barry

Aaron Fitt -

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–We’re stuck in a rain delay here at the Myrtle Beach regional, as Tropical Depression Barry wreaks havoc with regionals along the Southeastern coast of the United States. […]

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Weekend Injury Report

Chris Kline -

Four prospects are currently down with injuries, with Rockies righthander Greg Reynolds, Phillies lefthander J.A. Happ, Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold and Mariners shortstop Carlos Triunfel all on the shelf. Truinfel […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Highs & Lows: June 2

Chris Kline -

TRIPLE-A HIGHS: There’™s a reason Yovani Gallardo was No. 1 on our weekly Prospect Hot Sheet last week, and the Brewers’™ No. 1 prospect took another step toward repeating in […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

Commodores On The Ropes

Aaron Fitt -

The first day of regional play across the country has featured very few upsets, with all the top seeds winning so far and only some strong No. 3 seeds (Oregon […]

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Great Crowds In Chapel Hill

John Manuel -

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.–It’s the swan song for the current Boshamer Stadium, home of North Carolina’s baseball team. The ballpark will be torn down June 18–after, the Tar Heels hope, a […]

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The Business Front

Josh Leventhal -

Stories Making Headlines Around The Minors It’s been a busy stretch here at Baseball America getting out our latest issue’”we bid farewell to the draft-and-follow with a feature by editor […]

Minors

On Draft Day, Devil Rays Are Winners

Jim Callis -Premium Content

In their short existence, the Devil Rays never have won more than 70 games nor finished higher than fourth place. They've occupied the American League East basement in eight of their nine seasons. But one thing Tampa Bay has done well is execute first-round picks. The Rays reached for Paul Wilder with their first-ever draft choice in 1996, but since then they haven't missed too often.

Minors | #2007#Column

Scouting Reports: Texas

Jim Callis -

Even in an unremarkable year for the Lone Star State, Texas offers more than a hundred players worth taking a look at, including a dozen who could go in the first or supplemental rounds.

Draft | #2007