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Lot To Prove

Austin Maloney -Premium Content

This wasn't where Lonnie Chisenhall was supposed to be. The top college freshman in the country wasn't supposed to be playing summer games on dusty ballfields in eastern North Carolina. Chisenhall wasn't supposed to be playing against Brunswick County's American Legion team, let alone pitching against them.

Minors | #2008#Classification Reports#Short-Season

Surviving The Scrum

Will Lingo -

  NEW YORK—I’ve never been to a Super Bowl, and don’t really have any interest in ever going to one, but baseball does have one event that reminds me of […]


Ask BA

Jim Callis -

Who is the No. 1 prospect for each team? Do the Dodgers see first-rounder Ethan Martin as a hitter or pitcher, and will a team ever try to develop a two-way star? What were the scouting reports on Nate McLouth as he rose through the Pirates system?

Minors | #2008#Ask BA

Minor League Transactions

Matt Eddy -

This week’s installment considers all transactions reported by MLB between July 4 and July 11. The previous installment is available here. Draft pick signings are in full swing, and the […]

Minors | #Transactions

Low A Dish: Moviel Dealing

Jim Shonerd -

Scott Moviel had another strong performance, Connor Graham outdueled Kelvin De La Cruz, and Kevin Ahrens went deep for the second time. South Atlantic League Prospect Of The Day Savannah […]

Minors | #Daily Dish

World Dugout Postscript

John Manuel -

NEW YORK—The list of happenings in Sunday’s Futures Game that got the World Dugout excited can be counted on one hand: • Che-Hsuan Lin’s seventh-inning home run, which accounted for […]

Minors | #Futures Game

Take a bow

John Manuel -

  Che-Hsuan Lin’s home run obviously gives the World more of a cushion here late, and while he’s the only Asian player on a mostly Latin American World roster, he […]

Minors | #Futures Game