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  1. Hayden Hurst back on top after Tommy John

    Matthew Muench

    All it took was a glance at a Major League Baseball player to ease the nerves of right-handed pitcher Hayden Hurst. Of course, he had every reason to be nervous. Just an eighth-grader at the time, Hurst sat in an Alabama doctor's office and was...

    Blog | January 20, 2012
  2. Showcase champ Kyle Carter powers up

    Matthew Muench

    Kyle Carter wants Major League Baseball scouts to see his hometown of Columbus, Ga., this season. Yes, the southern hospitality is one of a kind, and the 15-mile Riverwalk along the Chattahoochee River is a nice tourist attraction. But Carter, a s...

    Blog | January 03, 2012
  3. Big pitch counts could lead to big problems

    Matthew Muench

    Dr. James Andrews couldn't believe it when he heard the combined pitch count racked up by two Louisiana high school pitchers in a game last month. The number? Try 347. "Wow," said Andrews, who is arguably the world's most famous and best orthop...

    Blog | May 31, 2012
  4. No limits for Georgia outfielder Skye Bolt

    Matthew Muench

    Holy Innocents' (Atlanta) star center fielder Skye Bolt thinks his name is the biggest reason people remember him. That is kind of true. Who could forget a name like Skye Bolt? "I love the name and appreciate it," said Bolt, who got his name...

    Blog | May 23, 2012
  5. Winston, Martarano face difficult decisions

    Matthew Muench

    Put a football and baseball in front of Jameis Winston and ask him to pick which one he'd rather have in his hand. To the Hueytown (Ala.) senior, it's an easy decision. And it's clearly something he's thought about before. "I will just juggle t...

    Blog | January 06, 2012