Seminoles Beat Jackets, Make Case For National Seed
DURHAM, N.C.—Florida State righthander/center fielder Mike McGee doesn’t like to be surprised. So when rain all but washed out Friday’s games at the ACC tournament and pushed Florida State’s final [...]
Carolina League Prospect Update: Jared Mitchell, Drake Britton, Kolbrin Vitek
Baseball American intern Teddy Cahill headed to Winston-Salem's BB&T Ballpark, ostensibly to check in on White Sox center-field prospect Jared Mitchell. Mitchell, though, sat the game out because he had twisted his ankle just two days before. The visiting Salem Red Sox, however, provided plenty of prospect fodder of their own.
2011 Draft Relatives Chart
A list of players that may be selected in the 2011 draft that have a relative that is a current or former player.
A’s Rashun Dixon Turning Tools Into Skills
A's outfielder Rashun Dixon has plenty of athletic ability, but he knows that he has to improve his hitting if he's going to achieve his dreams of a big league career.
Bradley Emerges As Georgia Tech’s Latest Ace
Jed Bradley has quickly progressed from being an understudy to become Georgia Tech's ace.
Diamondbacks’ Davidson Happy To Shelve DH Role
For the last month of last season, Matt Davidson was able to escape his shadow in the Diamondbacks organization. Even with a rough month at the plate, he started to get comfortable in the field.
Capps Catches On As A Pitcher
Converted catcher Carter Capps gives Mount Olive (N.C.) an undefeated ace, as well as Division II's top prospect for the draft.
Brawny Cron Brothers Heed Father’s Lessons
For years Kevin Cron watched his father Chris try and maximize the wealth of natural talent his older brother C.J. possessed. Largely, it went well. C.J. was a two-time all-state player at Mountain Pointe High in Phoenix with plenty of potential for Chris to mold into a polished baseball player.
Panik Stepping Up For St. John’s
Playing baseball his whole life in New York, St. John's shortstop Joe Panik heard plenty about how good the baseball players were anywhere but in the North. But in just three months last summer, Panik showed that he belonged among the best players in the country.