Kilichowski Next In Line
Tampa's Jesuit High has become known for producing Division I athletes on the diamond and John Kilichowski is the latest pitcher to find success with the Tigers and their throwing program.
Under Armour Superlatives
BA's Nathan Rode breaks down the best tools on display in the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game.
Summer Rivalry Classic Puts Spotlight On Northeast Talent
The New York Yankees dropped their Thursday, August 16th matinee with the Texas Rangers, 10-6, but baseball in the Bronx was far from over. Just an hour after the big [...]
2012 Under Armour All-American Game Player Capsules
The Under Armour All-America Game is Aug. 18 and features 38 prospects from around the United States, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic.
Rivera Shines Bright In Southern California
Chris Rivera has been a fixture on the showcase circuit for a few years now and his versatility should help his baseball career continue to the next level.
Ray Readies For Wrigley’s Brick Wall
Corey Ray once remained in a game after running into a brick wall. The Chicago prep will now take on the brick wall at Wrigley Field for the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game.
Lefties Highlight 2013 Prep Class
The overall scope of the 2013 draft class is still being evaluated, but early impressions are that lefthanded pitching will be prominent on the high school side.
15 Area Code Games Standouts
As the six-day Area Code Games at Blair Field concluded, we asked more than a half-dozen scouting directors and crosscheckers a simple, open-ended question: "Who impressed you most this week?" Some responded with a bunch of names, some with just a few, and two of our respondents gave us just one name. It was the same name in both cases—the first name on our list below. This isn't intended to be a ranking of the prospects at the Area Codes—rather, it is simply an answer to the intentionally subjective question posed above. Here are 15 players who got the most support in our survey.