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Two-Way Star Prince Leads Washington State’s Youth Movement

Howie Stalwick -

Roy Hobbs is alive and well and playing for Washington State. On second thought, comparing Jared Prince to Hobbs is unfair to Prince. After all, Prince is starring at the plate, on the mound and in right field, and Hobbs could no longer pitch by the time Robert Redford played the fictional baseball star in "The Natural."

College | #2006

Power On The Mound And At The Plate

Aaron Fitt -

Make no mistake: Brad Lincoln's baseball future is on the mound, where the second-team preseason All-America righthander has gotten off to a 4-1, 2.18 start with 54 strikeouts and 10 walks in 41 innings this year. But that doesn't mean Houston coach Rayner Noble isn't also thrilled to have Lincoln batting cleanup for him.

College | #2006

USA Baseball Invites 20 For College Squad

Will Kimmey -

Sophomores J.P. Arencibia, Sean Doolittle, David Price and Joe Savery lead a list of 20 players who have accepted invitations to USA Baseball's college national team trials this summer. All four played on the 2005 roster following their freshman seasons.

College | #2007

Morrow Takes Command Of Draft Stock

Aaron Fitt -

As Brandon Morrow's fastball velocity increased, so did his command. The California righthander used a confidence-building trip to the Cape Cod League to trust his stuff against aluminum bats. Now he's a top draft prospect.

College | #2006