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Shuffling The Deck

Evan Grant -Premium Content

For the second time this decade, the Rangers have consolidated their pro and amateur scouting departments under the direction of one man. The Rangers will hand the reins to A.J. Preller, who has overseen the international scouting effort and the pro scouting department since Jon Daniels took over as general manager following the 2005 season.

Majors | #2009#Organization Reports#Texas Rangers

Dimasther Delgado Has Established Himself As One Of The Braves Best Young Arms

Bill Ballew -Premium Content

The 2009 season was not unlike other South Atlantic League campaigns for low Class A Rome. Featuring one of the youngest rosters in the league, the R-Braves fielded a prospect-laden pitching staff. While righthanders Zeke Spruill and Randall Delgado lived up to expectations, a less-heralded pitcher established himself as one of the better arms in the organization as well.

Majors | #2009#Atlanta Braves#Organization Reports

BA Book Reviews: “Catcher”

James Bailey -

Part daredevil, part cowboy, early catchers made themselves indispensable with their reckless disregard for their own safety. The growth of the position significantly impacted the evolution of baseball in the latter part of the 19th century. Peter Morris details this progression in "Catcher: How the Man behind the Plate Became an American Folk Hero".

Majors | #2009#Book Guide