Worth Following Up
Though Major League Baseball did away with the draft-and-follow process by instituting an Aug. 15 signing deadline beginning with the 2007 draft, teams still pick players with the intention of evaluating them further in what is known as a summer follow. The summer follow usually arises for prospects who had performed well in the past but played poorly in the spring leading up to the draft, or for players who were hurt during the spring and were either unable to play or hampered by their injuries.
Marathon Day Concludes 17U WWBA National Championship
MARIETTA, GA. – Monday marked the end of a week long tournament, boasting 192 of the best high school summer travel teams from across the country. The event, hosted by [...]
Tournament Of Stars Top 10
Ranking the top prospects at the Tournament of Stars.
Tournament Of Stars Top 50 Prospects
Matt Blood ranked the top 50 players at the Tournament of Stars.
Tournament Of Stars Lives Up To The Hype
The Tournament of Stars included plenty of great competition, a number of top prospects and the building blocks of the 18U Team USA squad.
T.O.S. Report: Tate Contrast, Pitchers To Watch For 2009
CARY, N.C.—USA Baseball’s Tournament of Stars began Tuesday in Cary, N.C. and will run through Sunday and BA will be there in full force to cover it. The event is [...]
Quite A Catch
Backstops impress at the Perfect Game National showcase.