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Aviles Has Ligament Tear

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According to a report in The Journal News in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York, righthander Robbie Aviles has a partial tear of a ligament in his elbow. Aviles, […]

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High School Prospects On YouTube

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With the draft just three days away, there's a lot to take in here at BaseballAmerica.com. In addition to reading the hundreds of scouting reports we've posted in our state-by-state […]

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Tago On Top

Dave Perkin -

Originally posted on the Draft Blog: LONG BEACH—Nothing much seems to bother Peter Tago. Like Harry Houdini escaping from a locked water tank, the 6-foot-3, 180-pound Tago wriggled out of […]

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Prospect Q&A: Shane Rowland

Conor Glassey -

Shane Rowland is a catcher for Tampa Catholic High and was on the West team in last week's Florida Athletic Coaches Association Baseball Classic. Shane has grown up around the […]

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Covey’s Performance Sliding

Dave Perkin -

LOS ANGELES—On a cool evening back in early March, righthander Dylan Covey of Maranatha High in Pasadena, Calif. made his first start of the 2010 season. Covey looked every bit […]

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Whitson Lights It Up In Sebring

Conor Glassey -

SEBRING, Fla. — The rain stayed away long enough for three games to get squeezed in today, the final day of this year's Florida Athletic Coaches Association Baseball Classic. The […]

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Arms Race In Sebring

Conor Glassey -

SEBRING, Fla.—The 18th annual Florida Athletic Coaches Association Baseball Classic kicked off today as nearly 80 players (and about that many scouts) reported to Firemen's Field in Sebring, Fla. for […]

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Wolters Still In Limbo

Nathan Rode -

Tony Wolters' high school season is still in limbo. The shortstop from Rancho Buena Vista High in Vista, Calif., has sat out three games while the California Interscholastic Federation investigates […]

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Veteran Big Leaguer Takes Helm At Don Bosco

Everett Merrill -Premium Content

In a career that spanned 19 seasons and included 1,178 games, Mike Stanton became accustomed to tossing the ball to one of the many managers he played for upon leaving the mound. Now, as the first-year head coach for Don Bosco Prep, a traditional New Jersey power, the former lefthanded set-up man with three World Series rings, has changed roles.

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Wolters Update; He’s Not Suspended, Yet

John Manuel -

Friday, Baseball America reported that San Diego area shortstop Tony Wolters had been suspended by the California Interscholastic Federation for his participation in a scout-organized workout camp. That report appears […]

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