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Kozma Leaves His Mark

Nathan Rode -

Pete Kozma, senior shortstop for Owasso (Okla.) HS, made a grand exit to finish his high school career. As part of Owasso’s 23-game win streak to end the season and […]

Draft | #Stock Report

Diminutive Parker Rises Quickly

Michael Pointer -Premium Content

Jarrod Parker's wakeup moment, the one that he might reflect back on one day and consider the significance of, occurred in the summer of 2005. It came in the form of an invitation to the Area Code Games, a prominent showcase for high school players in Long Beach, one typically reserved for rising seniors. Many amateur baseball observers around Fort Wayne, Ind., already knew the spindly righthander had loads of talent. They just weren't sure he had realized it quite yet.

Draft | #2007#Draft Preview

Harrison Goes Public

John Manuel -

Alan Matthews asked Devil Rays scouting director R.J. Harrison who his top three players were, and Harrison deferred. Alan asked Harrison if the trio might include consensus top prospects David […]


Projecting The First Round

Jim Callis -Premium Content

Our first crack at forecasting the first round will go through several revisions between now and the June 7-8 draft. There's little agreement as to how to line up the players after Vanderbilt lefthander David Price, and once signability gets factored in—agent Scott Boras represents seven potential first-rounders—the picture becomes even cloudier.

Draft | #2007#Mock Draft

2007 Draft Will Be One Worth Watching

Alan Matthews -

The 2007 draft will have historical significance because of the TV coverage, but in the future it's likely this draft will be remembered most for its diversity and depth of talent. There are dozens of impact-potential players available this year.

Draft | #2007

Brackman A Scratch

Aaron Fitt -

North Carolina State junior righthander Andrew Brackman will not pitch this weekend against Clemson because of fatigue. Brackman, a candidate to go among the top 10 players drafted in June, […]