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Baseball America

March 2019

Baseball America has been bringing you the best baseball information in the game for more than 30 years, a must-have resource for fans as well as people who work in the game. Every issue features coverage of the majors, minors, college and high school baseball as well as prospects, prospects and more prospects. Whether you’re looking to win your fantasy league or stay on top of the game at all levels, Baseball America puts it all in your hands.

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ba online

@BaseballAmerica@BaseballAmericaBaseballAmericaMagReadBAPLENTY OF PODCASTSBaseball America delivers three information-packed podcasts each week during the season:Monday: College baseball with Teddy CahillWednesday: High school/draft with Carlos CollazoFriday: Pro ball with Kyle GlaserIn February, former Blue Jays international scouting director Ismael Cruz joined us to discuss what it was like signing and scouting No. 1 prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr.TOP 25 NCAA RANKINGSEvery Monday, the Baseball America college team of Teddy Cahill, Dave Serrano and Joe Healy rolls out an updated Top 25 rankings as well as analysis and a podcast.DIRECTORY AVAILABLEBaseball America’s guide to everything and everyone in baseball is available at BaseballAmerica.com/store. There’s contact information, schedules and full front office listings for every MLB and MiLB team.THANKS BUSTERFlorida State coach Mike Martin has a lot of former players playing in pro ball, but none…

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what’s new at sa

Dear Softball,We have been through a lot together. You have given me my highest of highs and my lowest of lows, but throughout this roller-coaster called life, you’ve been there. You’ve given me some of the greatest experiences of my life, and you’ve also given me some of the toughest. You’ve been my escape during tough times, and you’ve been my tough times. When no one was there for me, you were. When I didn’t want you, you stayed.Read Paige Lowary’s softball diary at https://softballamerica.com/lowary/Shelbi Sunseri and Shelby Wickersham have Louisiana State moving up in the early going.Dynamic Duo Powers LSUThere was a sense of calm when Shelbi Sunseri stepped into the box on Thursday morning against Oklahoma State at the St. Pete Clearwater Elite Invitational.With the game tied at…

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for the love of the game

Bryce Clavon, 13, Hampton, GACaitlyn Petteys, 13, York, PACorey Rost, 14, Brentwood, CADanika Frazier, 12, Danvers, ILQushendrik Otto, 14, South Bay, FL● BRYCE CLAVON: A two-sport star, Bryce was dominant on the diamond and football field. In baseball, the seventh grader hit.685 with 26 homers as a shortstop/outfielder last summer. On the gridiron with the Atlanta Bulldogs select team, he scored 47 touchdowns as quarterback and wide receiver. An outstanding student, Bryce carries a 3.5 GPA and says his favorite subject is English Literature.● CAITLYN PETTEYS: A natural athlete, Caitlyn led her softball team in home runs, RBIs, hits, stolen bases and slugging percentage. Caitlyn has improved her game by working out with the York College softball team, where her mother is the head coach. A straight A student, Caitlyn…

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baseball america online

› TOP DRAFT PROSPECTSBA lead draft writer Carlos Collazo goes deep into the draft pool to give you the hottest names in the June MLB draft.› TOP HS PROSPECTSFrom Texas shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. to Georgia righthander Daniel Espino, get the lowdown on the top high school prospects in the nation.› BA 500A super ranking of the top draft-eligible players in one place. The BA 500 is a must-read to prepare for the MLB draft.BaseballAmerica.com | 1-(800) 845-2726 ■…

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as a coach, vance wilson helps others realize dreams

Vance Wilson’s climb from 44th-round draft pick to playing parts of eight seasons in the major leagues seems like a dream-come-true tale. The problem with that storyline is that Wilson never even fathomed he would one day play in the big leagues.“It was very surreal. I still don’t know if it has sunk in,” said the 46-year-old Wilson, who enters his second season as bullpen coach for the Royals.Yet there was Wilson on April 24, 1999, playing for the Mets. By the end of the 2006 season, Wilson had served as the backup catcher to two Hall of Famers: Mike Piazza with the Mets and Ivan Rodriguez with the Tigers.“If you do things for the right reason,” Wilson said in summarizing his playing career, “good things are going to happen…

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rookie revolution

J.J. COOPER@JJCOOP36You hold in your hands the 30th edition of our Top 100 Prospects, and we’re not bragging when we say we believe it’s one of the best Top 100s ever.We’re not saying that because we’ve figured out some new secret algorithms we haven’t used in the past. And we haven’t pumped any pro scouting directors full of truth serum to get an even better sense of how the industry views each and every prospect.We’re saying it because the industry as a whole does a better job of evaluating and developing prospects, and because the top of this list has a number of impact bats near the big leagues with few glaring flaws.But we’re also saying it because we’re getting used to seeing baseball produce one great rookie class after…

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