2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 4/26

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 had a big weekend, going 7-for-14 with four homers and 13 RBIs.  It’s very unlikely at this point that Washington doesn’t take Harper, although I did find this article on Harper interesting, specifically this part: The Makeup: This should not be underrated. It’s impossible to...

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2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 4/19

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 There has been some talk this past week that the Washington Nationals have settled on taking Harper with the first overall pick.  The report came from MASN’s Ben Goessling, although Nationals Director of Amateur Scouting Kris Kline denied that anything was etched in stone.  It would be hard...

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2010 Draft Prospects Rundown 4/12

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 had another big weekend, going 5-for-13 with three homers, giving him 15 homers on the season.  Harper started off by going 0-for-3 in game one on Friday, but followed that up with a 2-for-4 performance, and a homer.  Harper also hit a homer in each game during Saturday’s double...

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Deck McGuire Recap

I went to see Deck McGuire take on the University of Virginia yesterday, in what was probably the biggest game on the college schedule this weekend.  McGuire was going up against 2009 Pittsburgh Pirates 41st round draft pick Tyler Cannon, the senior shortstop from UVA, and sophomore southpaw Danny Hultzen. Hultzen was rated the number 29 prospect for the 2011 draft in Baseball America’s early look back in March. McGuire...

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Pirates Notebook: Shaping up to be an interesting draft

I was in Charlottesville tonight, watching Deck McGuire take on the University of Virginia, and by the time I got home, the Pirates were down 8-0.  Since I didn’t watch much of the game after that point, I figured I would dedicate the main topic of the notebook to a subject I did follow tonight. Everyone knows about Bryce Harper in the draft this year.  Sports Illustrated called him “baseball’s LeBron...

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