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Tampa Bay Rays
Steve Wynocker - Jul 13, 2020

The Tampa Bay Rays are one week into summer camp. So far, no Rays players have been announced positive for Covid-19 and the core players are all healthy heading into camp 2.0. With less than two weeks until July 23rd/24th opening day, there is certainly some high optimism surrounding this club. But what about 2020 […]


Cardinals draft
Evan Walsh - Jun 12, 2020

The “Cardinal Way” has evolved over the years in praise of the many Cardinals draft success stories. From Albert Pujols to Matt Carpenter to Paul DeJong, numerous Cardinals draft picks have emerged as MLB stars despite being overlooked previously. In the shortened 2020 draft, the Cardinals front office will hope to continue their run of […]

Rickey Tiedemann
Kennedy Maitland - Jun 9, 2020

Straight out of Long Beach, CA, Ricky Tiedemann is among one of the top prospects for the 2020 draft. This Lakewood High School 2020 graduate has been a key component to his high school team and will continue that role at San Diego State University this coming fall if he does not agree to terms […]

Jace Bohrofen
Kennedy Maitland - Jun 9, 2020

Jace Bohrofen is no stranger to the high-level world of baseball. Bohrofen’s brother is a Division I infielder and his dad spent a few years in the minor leagues. It is possible that this summer Bohrofen could carry on the family tradition as he has claimed the 93rd spot on MLB.com‘s draft prospect rankings. This […]

Jake Vogel

In 2017, Huntington Beach High School in Southern California saw Nick Pratto get drafted in the first round. In 2020, they have another potential high draft pick. Jake Vogel, a right-handed hitting outfielder, will not go in the first round. However, as the 82nd-best prospect, according to MLB.com, he has a legitimate shot at being […]

Nick Frasso
Evan Walsh - Jun 8, 2020

When Nick Frasso was coming out of Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in California, many questions surrounded him. Frasso had excelled as a multi-sport athlete in basketball and baseball. However, major league scouts determined that he was too raw to justify picking in the 2017 draft. After enrolling at Loyola Marymount in the fall, the […]

Markevian Hence
Doug Winkey - Jun 7, 2020

Arkansas prep players do not have a strong history of reaching the big leagues. Markevian Hence will try to be the first in that category since Travis Wood in 2005. The last player drafted Watson Chapel High in Pine Bluff, Arkansas is Gionti Turner. The Cleveland Indians selected Turner in the 27th round of the […]

Cam Brown

Flower Mound High School in Texas produced two second-round picks in the 2005 MLB Draft. 2020 could be the year they have another player taken in that particular round. Right-handed pitcher Cam Brown is the 61st-best prospect in the draft, according to MLB.com, and he is considered to be North Texas’s best prospect. Brown has […]

Zach McCambley
Evan Walsh - Jun 6, 2020

Leading up to the 2017 MLB Draft, Zach McCambley was on many pitching-hungry teams’ radars. However, knee issues eventually hurt his stock, and the righty from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania enrolled at Coastal Carolina in the fall. As a freshman, McCambley emerged as an effective weapon for Gary Gilmore’s staff, racking up 50 strikeouts in 48 ⅔ innings […]

Tyler Soderstrom

The old adage of “like father, like son” rings truer now more than ever. Turlock High School’s Tyler Soderstrom looks primed to be a first round pick in the MLB Draft. This coming 30 years after his father, Steve Soderstrom, was drafted out of the same school. Steve Soderstrom was taken in the 15th round, […]

Ben Hernandez
Manuel De Moya - Jun 4, 2020

Ben Hernandez is considered to be one of the best players in this upcoming draft. At just 18 years of age, he’s managed to impress many scouts, with a good repertoire of highly rated pitches. He just graduated from high school and has to make a decision, whether to attend college at the University of […]

Jared Shuster
Evan Walsh - Jun 2, 2020

As Jared Shuster struggled throughout his first two seasons at Wake Forest, many pro clubs wrote him off. Shuster had shown a solid fastball-changeup combination and had improved in wood-bat summer leagues. However, the lefty from New Bedford, Mass. surprised many and shot up draft boards in his shortened 2020 season. MLB Draft Profile Shuster […]

Pete Crow-Armstrong
Emmett Blue - May 25, 2020

Pete Crow-Armstrong emerges from Harvard West-Lake high school – a school that graduated Jack Flaherty, Max Fried, and Lucas Giolito. Crow-Armstrong plays outfield, and he is six-feet, one inch tall, and he weighs 180 pounds. His parents, Peter and Ashley, are Hollywood actors. Peter met Ashley during his time making the movie Heroes. Ashley played […]

Blue Wahoos
Andrew Brown - May 25, 2020

There are plenty of things in life that can cause double-takes. For those who have longed to spend the day living like a baseball player, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos have the thing for you. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the current Double-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, have listed their stadium on Airbnb for guests to […]

Nick Loftin
Chris Larson - May 19, 2020

Draft Spotlight on Nick Loftin Nick Loftin is one of many shortstops available in this year’s MLB Draft. A product of W.B. Ray High School in Corpus Christi, Texas, Loftin is currently a junior at Baylor University. Coming in at six feet, once inch tall and 180 pounds, he was a unanimous selection for the […]

Bobby Miller
Chris Larson - May 12, 2020

Spotlight Focus on the Right-Handed Pitcher When you survey this year’s MLB Draft on the surface, it’s full of a lot of college pitchers. right-handed pitcher Bobby Miller is one of the many options available. Currently, Miller ranks 27th overall among the Top 150 Draft Prospects, according to MLB.com. Coming in at six-foot-five-inches and 220 […]



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