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With Power In Short Supply, ’07 Draft Could Feature Promise From Back Of The Pack

Alan Matthews -Premium Content

Given the scarcity of front-line college position players in this year's draft class, finding power hitters isn't going to be easy. The class is deep and well rounded in many categories, but there are very few hitters that can legitimately grade out as above-average power hitters at present, especially among college players, which is the source many teams rely on for acquiring the coveted tool via the draft.

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More Media Than Fans?

Chris Kline -

The high Class A Florida State League isn’t exactly known for its ability to draw big crowds, so it’ll be interesting to see if the media outnumbers the paid attendance […]

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Positive First Impression

Chris Kline -

The Phillies had been saying all spring that they expected third baseman Mike Costanzo to have a breakout year at Double-A Reading this year. Let’s just say the 23-year-old didn’t […]

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Let It Snow?

Chris Kline -

Snow and frigid temperatures postponed several games across the east coast on Opening Day, and Triple-A Buffalo and Double-A Portland have already cancelled their scheduled doubleheaders today. The Sea Dogs […]

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BAPR Plus: April 6

J.J. Cooper -

On Opening night, many players must have wondered why they had to leave Florida and Arizona. Nine games were postponed because of weather, while the teams that played in the […]