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MLB 2012 Draft - High School - Third Basemen

1) Corey Seager, 3B/SS, 6’3 190, L/R, NC, HS Smooth athletic infielder with lots of physical projection. Seager has the tools to be a standout defensive third baseman with excellent hands, fluid...

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Jays Future Closer?

The amount of blown saves the Jays have had this year and last highlights a big weakness on our roster. We thought we solved that problem in the offseason by acquiring Sergio Santos, but so far...

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Third Basemen

1) Stephen Piscotty 3B, 6’3 195, R/R, Stanford, NCAA 40gp 167ab .317/.405/.509 5hr 49rbi 11(2b) 3(3b) 20bb 11so 3sb 0cs 11e 42a .875fld% Piscotty is one of the best pure hitters eligible for...

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MLB 2012 Draft - High School - Shortstops

1) Carlos Correa, SS, 6’3 190, R/R, Santa Isabel, PR A big athletic shortstop who flashes all five tools, Correa has excellent range defensively and a plus-plus arm, registering 98 mph across...

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Shortstops

Not a very deep or talented class. There are some solid, sure-fire major leaguers, some interesting prospects, some projects, but no real impact players. It's really a mixed I divide my list into...

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Catchers

This is a pretty deep catching class (deeper than I initially thought it could be). There is some intriguing talent available without even mentioning the obvious names like Mike Zunino, who could...

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R.I.P Stephen Gant

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep-rally/prep-baseball-superstar-possible-first-round-mlb-pick-170907446.html High school pitcher and potential first round pick Stephen Gant died Tuesday...

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MLB 2012 Draft - High School - Catchers

I've compiled here a list ranking my favourite high school catchers available for the 2012 draft. This is a very deep and talented class with big time prospects at the top in Trahan and Mathisen...

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Relievers

Right-Handers: 1) Austin Maddox, C/RHP, 6'3 220, Florida, NCAA (2012) 15(ap) 2-1(w-l) 8(sv) 2.08(era) 26(ip) 18(h) 7(bb) 31(so) 2(hr) Big strong righty, athletic, two way player. His fastball...

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MLB 2012 Draft - High School - Left Handed Starters

Not as deep as the right-handed high school class, but some pretty good names at the top. 1) Max Fried, LHP, 6’4 170, CA, HS: Tall, skinny lefty with loads of projection. Fried is a fantastic...

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Left Handed Starters

Not a particularly deep or talented crop, but a few intriguing players stand out here and there. I didnèt include Blake Holovan, who is enjoying a pretty good year, because frankly I couldnèt...

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MLB 2012 Draft - High School - Right Handed Starters

This is my list ranking my favourite right-handed high school pitchers eligible for the 2012 draft. I do not take credit for having written all of these scouting reports. Most are composite...

MLB 2012 Draft - College - Right Handed Starters

Hey guys, please check out my 2012 draft rankings for college RHP (Starters) at minorleagueball. Thx

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MLB 2012 Draft - College - Right Handed Starters

I've compiled here a list ranking my favourite right-handed college pitchers available for the 2012 draft. Some of the players listed may be currently relievers, or may be viewed as relievers long...

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Alternate Reality Draft: The CBA Effect

I have attempted here to redraft the first 10 rounds of the 2010 and 2011 drafts, applying the same restrictions and guidelines that have been set by the new CBA. That is, I took the aggregate slot...

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Catch-22: Is Travis D'Arnaud the 'Next One?'

I recently read an ESPN article about one of the best young catching prospects in baseball and as a long time Blue Jays’ fan and self-admitted prospect junkie it really gave me reason for...

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Catch-22: Is Travis D’Arnaud the ‘Next One?’

I recently read an ESPN article about one of the best young catching prospects in baseball and as a long time Blue Jays’ fan and self-admitted prospect junkie it really gave me reason for pause....

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