2013 Preseason High School Top 25 Capsules
Parkview High (Lilburn, Ga.) starts 2013 where it finished 2012, atop the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25.
Parkview Faces Challenge In Defending
Parkview High (Lilburn, Ga.) captured a national title along with its second consecutive state championship. To repeat, the Panthers will have to answer some questions on the mound and get through Grayson High (Loganville, Ga.), another top 10 team.
Date, Initial Invites Announced For 2013 Under Armour Game
Under Armour has announced the date and initial player selections for the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game, powered by Baseball Factory. The game will be played Saturday, Aug. 24, at [...]
International Baseball And Softball Federations Merge
The international governing bodies for baseball (International Baseball Federation) and softball (International Softball Federation) have approved the formation of one federation that will govern both sports—The World Baseball Softball Confederation. [...]
2013 Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects Chat With Nathan Rode
Nathan Rode took questions on Toronto's system.
2013 Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects With Scouting Reports
Scouting reports on Toronto's 10 best prospects led by catcher Travis D'Arnaud
2013 Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects
Our rankings of the top Blue Jays prospects for 2013.
East Cobb Baseball Wins World Wood Bat Championship
JUPITER, Fla. — Mother Nature made it a challenge, but another World Wood Bat Championship has concluded with East Cobb Baseball claiming an 8-2 victory over Chet Lemon’s Juice in [...]
Salazar, Sheffield Light Up Radar Guns With Ohio Warhawks
JUPITER, Fla. — From Roy Halladay, Jon Adkins and Drew Storen to Tyler Skaggs, Kevin Gausman and Noah Syndergaard, the Ohio Warhawks have an impressive list of pitching alumni. This [...]
Pacific Coast League Top 20 Prospects Chat With Nathan Rode
Nathan Rode answered subscribers' questions on PCL prospects.
2012 Pacific Coast League Top 20 Prospects
The Triple-A Pacific Coast League was deeper in prospects than usual this year, with Omaha outfielder/third baseman Wil Myers leading the way. Myers, who finished second in the minors with 37 homers, grabbed the top spot on this list along with Baseball America's Minor League Player of the Year award.