John Shelby

Tampa Bay Rays #85 - Second Base

  • Born: 08/06/85
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 185

1988 Dodgers Week 6 review: Rain & close games

The Dodgers lost three games in a row for the first time all season, but managed to salvage a .500 week to stay atop the National League West.

1988 Dodgers Week 3 review: Rain, injuries abound

The Dodgers had rainouts on four straight days, but on the three days they played picked up three wins and outscored their opponents 20-3.

Saturday Bird Droppings

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You can read recaps of last night's 8-1 by orioles.com, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and the Associated Press. Also, check out the video highlights from mlb.com. Philip Seymour Hoffman and Robin...

White Sox Scouting with Buddy Bell

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The White Sox minor league system was quiet, almost dormant, for several seasons prior to the hiring of one of baseballs best scouts and former players: Buddy Bell.

Disappointing White Sox Prospects of 2009

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Discussing White Sox prospects who disappointed with their 2009 performances.

Profiling the Prospects

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It's easy for Sox fans to point to the Lance Broadway pick and mark the '05 draft as a failure, but a closer inspection reveals a number of players who could be classified as Top Prospects despite...

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