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Baseball America January 11, 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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where are they now?

In a professional baseball career that spanned 13 seasons and included 87 big league games pitched over five years, Mike Buddie played for two Yankees teams that won the World Series and played a bit role in a motion picture. Along the way, Buddie tucked away enough savings from a $75,000 signing bonus in 1992 to a $175,000 World Series share in 1998 to pay for his final semester of schooling at Wake Forest. He then parlayed a communications degree into a career in athletic administration and now oversees 20 men’s and women’s teams as athletic director at Furman University in Greenville, S.C. “We all played for really good coaches and really bad coaches,” Buddie said. “As I reflect on the really good coaches, to me it was the coaches who communicated…

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ba online

@BaseballAmerica @BaseballAmerica BaseballAmericaMag ReadBA PROSPECT HANDBOOK Fernando Tatis Jr. graces the cover of the 2019 Prospect Handbook. He joins Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Corey Seager, Kris Bryant and Mike Trout as Handbook cover subjects. ASK BEN BADLER National writer Ben Badler held a chat on Instagram to answer questions from followers. Ben’s feed updates you on prospects you need to know. @ben.badler MAJOR LEAGUE TRADE CENTRAL We aren’t satisfied to learn that a major league star has been traded for “three minor leaguers,” and you don’t have to be either. Our Trade Central provides full scouting reports for all minor league prosepcts as well as major league players who have been swapped this hot stove season. BaseballAmerica.com/majors…

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HAVE A QUESTION? @jjcoop36 askba@baseballamerica.com Q What has been the biggest catalyst for the Cubs’ inability to produce homegrown pitching talent and depth? —DAVE N @JR4151947 A I don’t think there is one easy answer, but there are a multitude of contributing factors for the Cubs’dearth of homegrown pitching. The first is a deliberate decision to emphasize bats at the top of the draft. The Cubs had top 10 picks in five straight drafts and picked hitters every time. The Cubs went 5-for-5 with Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Ian Happ, Kyle Schwarber and Albert Almora Jr. all regulars. The Cubs are also adept at evaluating international bats—see: Gleyber Torres and Eloy Jimenez. Over the past eight drafts, the Cubs have picked 26 pitchers in the top five rounds. They’ve struggled to develop almost any of them. The…

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ready to make their move?

WAR stands for wins above replacement, according to Baseball-Reference.com. DNS indicates a draft pick who did not sign. Round number is included in parentheses for top draft picks selected after the first round. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: OF Socrates Brito (19), RHP Yoshihisa Hirano (NR), RHP Matt Koch (NR) TRENDING: tu A veteran D-backs club challenged for a playoff spot but fell short. A promising group of international prospects makes the future a bit brighter even though first-round pick Matt McLain didn’t sign. COLORADO ROCKIES NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: 1B/3B Ryan McMahon (2), C Tom Murphy (12) TRENDING: The future looks bright in Denver, where the Rockies are coming off back-to-back postseason appearances and boast depth of position prospects, particularly infielders. LOS ANGELES DODGERS NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: RHP Walker Buehler (1) TRENDING: tu Buehler looked like a staff ace by the end of…

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arizona diamondbacks top 10 prospects

1. JAZZ CHISHOLM, SS BORN: Feb. 1, 1998. B-T: L-R. HT: 5-11. WT: 165. SIGNED: Bahamas, 2015. SIGNED BY: Craig Shipley. TRACK RECORD: At a showcase for Lucius Fox in the Bahamas in February 2015, D-backs scout Craig Shipley was as intrigued by Fox at shortstop as he was by Chisholm, who was playing second base. Shipley saw Chisholm again a few weeks later, this time at short, and, impressed by Chisholm’s actions and athleticism, wound up signing him for $200,000 that July. He has quickly turned himself into a bargain. After an impressive debut in Rookie-level Missoula, where he hit .281 with nine homers in 249 at-bats, Chisholm played in just 29 games in 2017 before a torn meniscus ended his season. He made up for lost time in 2018, with…

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colorado rockies top 10 prospects

1. BRENDAN RODGERS, SS/2B BORN: Aug. 9, 1996. B-T: R-R. HT: 6-0. WT.: 185. DRAFTED: HS—Lake Mary, Fla., 2015 (1st). SIGNED BY: John Cedarburg TRACK RECORD: Just what the Rockies think of Rodgers is as obvious as the franchise-record $5.5 million bonus he received after being selected third overall in the 2015 draft, behind shortstops Dansby Swanson and Alex Bregman. Those two came out of college and have made the big leagues. Rodgers, a high school sign, is now on the verge of getting his own opportunity at the highest level. Selected to play in the Futures Game in 2018, he was promoted late in the season to Triple-A Albuquerque. He struggled there not only with shoulder tightness, but also a slight hamstring issue, which led to the Rockies deciding against a…

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