2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 3/22

Here is a recap of how each player did this weekend.  You can click on their name to go to their draft tracker. BRYCE HARPER Harper missed the first game of Friday’s doubleheader due to being suspended for one game, which is automatic if a player is ejected from a game in the SWAC.  Harper was ejected last Saturday for his actions in taunting the other team after a home run in his first at-bat of the double header that...

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2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 3/15

Deck McGuire will be coming to UVA at the beginning of April.  I’m seriously considering going, since that’s not far from where I live, and since I can get a better idea of McGuire’s talent by seeing him in person.  Just an FYI.  I’ll probably have a decision by next week.  I might try to do a video recap, which would give everyone a view of McGuire live in action. Here is a recap of how...

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Notes: Injuries, International Prospects, Aure, 2010 Draft

A few notes from today: -Dejan Kovacevic reports that three prospects will be out until mid-season.  Those prospects are Brett Lorin (hip surgery), Colton Cain (minor back surgery), and Zach Fuesser (broken finger).  Lorin is the biggest loss in my opinion, mostly because I didn’t expect Cain to pitch that much until mid-season, kind of like the approach we saw from Quinton Miller last year.  Fuesser is more of a...

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2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 3/8

A year ago today, Dustin Ackley was hitting for a very impressive .341/.482/.455 line in 44 at-bats, although he was hardly considered one of the top prospects in the draft.  That’s because he had yet to homer once in those 44 at-bats.  Over his next five games, Ackley went 13-for-21 with five homers, boosting him to the top of the draft class, where he would remain the rest of the season.  This past weekend we...

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Bryce, Bryce, Baby

Sorry about that title.  I couldn’t resist. It’s still early in the college season, so early that the major league season hasn’t even started.  However, the top of the draft may be starting to shape up, with 17 year old phenom Bryce Harper looking like the real deal at the College of Southern Nevada.  Harper capped off a double header today with a 7-for-8 line, and two homers, one in each game....

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