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Scheppers Struggles In Second Start

J.J. Cooper -

  In his first outing as an independent leaguer, Tanner Scheppers was unhittable. In his second outing, the indy leaguers hit back. Scheppers allowed five runs on five hits, walking […]

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What They Did This Weekend

J.J. Cooper -

Here’s a look at the stats over the weekend from some of college baseball’s top draft prospects. WHAT THE TOP HITTERS DID SCHOOL YR PLAYER, POS AB R H RBI […]

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Southern Fried Lefties, Redux

John Manuel -

The 2004 draft wound up being a decent one despite the follies of No. 1 overall pick Matt Bush. He wasn’t the only disappointment in that class, of course, but […]

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Strasburg Throws No-Hitter

Conor Glassey -

We got sidetracked during a marathon two and a half hour draft conference call tonight when we noticed Stephen Strasburg had a no-hitter going against Air Force in the seventh […]

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D-III Popup In Georgia

John Manuel -

The theme in Georgia this spring is that none of the top arms for the 2009 draft are at Georgia and Georgia Tech. That doesn’t mean those teams lack arms; […]

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Baseball In The Garden State

Nathan Rode -

Finding and ranking the top high school teams in the country is a daunting task. Not only is there an overwhelming amount of talent, it is difficult to stack contenders […]

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Smith Sidelined At Kent State

Jim Callis -

Kent State righthander Kyle Smith, a projected second- to fourth-round pick, sat out last weekend’s series against Buffalo and will have an MRI on his shoulder this week. Smith had been […]

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Trojans Trio So-So In Seattle

Conor Glassey -

SEATTLE—With boating season set to kick off today, I made sure to leave extra early for yesterday’s University of Washington game against Southern California. A commute that normally takes about […]

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Bowden On Strasburg

Jim Callis -

Thom Loverro of the Washington Times wrote an interesting column on former Nationals general manager Jim Bowden’s new gig as a recurring guest on a Los Angeles radio show. The […]

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Bailey Out With Elbow Injury

John Manuel -

Luke Bailey, who ranks No. 18 on BA’s latest Top 50 draft prospects list , is sidelined with a strained ulnar collateral ligament in his right (throwing) elbow. The LaGrange, […]

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Adams Vexes In Alabama

John Manuel -

Not many NAIA pitchers sit in the 91-95 mph range with their fastballs as starting pitchers, as Austin Adams does for Faulkner (Ala.). And not many do it while hitting […]

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Texas High School Season On Hold

Jim Callis -

The University Interscholastic League, the governing body for academic and athletic events in Texas, today suspended all such competition until May 11. The move is a response to the swine […]

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Berry Set To Return For Rice

Jim Callis -

Rice ace Ryan Berry, who hasn’t pitched since March 21, will pitch an inning in relief against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Wednesday. If all goes well, he’ll make a start […]

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Hello Secaucus!

John Manuel -

Baseball’s draft is going from the Magic Kingdom to . . . New Jersey. Cheer up, it’s actually better than that sounds. Major League Baseball confirmed today in a press […]

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