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BAPR Plus: Los Angeles Dodgers

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The Dodgers didn’t have any rookie make their Opening Day roster, but that didn’t keep them from having some interesting prospect performances at spring training. Who’s Hot: After flirting with […]

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BAPR Plus: San Diego Padres

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As we move on to the National League, we’ll once again start with the West Division. Who’s Hot: Kevin Kouzmanoff has been everything the Padres expected this spring, he’s hit […]

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BAPR Plus: Baltimore Orioles

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The Orioles spent most of their spring looking at veterans, as most of their prospects are in the lower levels of the system, but a couple of former prospects from […]

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BAPR Plus: Boston Red Sox

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The biggest story this spring seems to be the arrival of Japanese ace Daisuke Matsuzaka. So not surprisingly, he’s also the biggest story of the Red Sox BAPR Plus. Who’s […]

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BAPR Plus: New York Yankees

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You probably don’t even have to know what a baseball is to have heard of Philip Hughes at this point, but Hughes isn’t the only prospect who got noticed with […]

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BAPR Plus: Tampa Bay Devil Rays

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If Toronto has a veteran lineup with few prospects seeing serious time this spring, the Devil Rays are a prospect-watcher’s delight with a multitude of future stars getting regular at-bats. […]

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BAPR Plus: Toronto Blue Jays

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The Blue Jays are another team where the prospects in camp were outnumbers by the prospects in minor league camp. A veteran lineup and rotation meant few jobs were up […]

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BAPR Plus: Chicago White Sox

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Few teams had more interesting names at big league camp than the White Sox, who saw their No. 1 (Ryan Sweeney), No. 2 (Josh Fields), No. 3 (Gio Gonzalez), No. […]

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BAPR Plus: Cleveland Indians

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Our latest BAPR Plus looks at how the prospects with the Cleveland Indians have done this spring. Who’s Hot: Adam Miller won’t begin the season in the Indians rotation, but […]

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BAPR Plus: Kansas City Royals

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The Royals have given their fans few things to cheer about over the past decade, so the arrival of Alex Gordon is understandably being treated as a hopeful sign for […]

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BAPR Plus: Detroit Tigers

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BAPR Plus moves on to the defending AL Champs, who bring back most everyone from last year’s club while also adding Gary Sheffield. Because they had most of their lineup […]

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BAPR Plus: Minnesota Twins

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Our BAPR Plus tour of which prospects have impressed and which ones are depressed moves on to the AL Central with a look at the Minnesota Twins. Who’s Hot: Matt […]

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BAPR Plus: Oakland Athletics

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As the season gets closer, we’re going around the league taking a look at which prospects have stood out during spring training and which have found they need some more […]

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BAPR Plus: Seattle Mariners

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As Opening Day nears, we’re going to take a tour around the leagues to take a look at which prospects have a shot of making major league Opening Day rosters. […]

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BAPR Plus: Texas Rangers

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Consider this your Cliff’s Notes for catching up with what is happing in big league camps around Florida and Arizona. We’ll let other guys write about the established big leaguers, […]

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Dominican Republic Outlasts Venezuela In 18 Innings

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Chris Kline will have more details later, but the Dominican Republic beat Venezuela 4-3 in 18 innings in a wild debut to the 2007 Caribbean Series. Tony Batista's home run tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth. That was the last run scored until the top of the 18th, when Ronny Cedeno doubled in Luis Maza to give Venezuela a 3-2 lead.

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