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Hedges’ Arm Shines at PG National

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While many children fall in love with baseball at an early age, Austin Hedges was drawn to a specific part of the game. Beginning when he was only three years old, Hedges said he always loved catchers because the gear they wore looked cool. Fourteen years after the game drew him in, Hedges was the one looking cool and was one of many standout players at the Perfect Game National Showcase June 17-20 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.

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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, […]


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 In addition to reading the hundreds of scouting reports we've posted in our state-by-state […]


Tago On Top

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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

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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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