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  1. A final look at the 2012 MLB draft

    Jon Mahoney

    The first day of the 2012 MLB draft had a definite high school feel to it with 35 prep prospects getting drafted on Monday, highlighted by Puerto Rican shortstop Carlos Correa going No. 1 overall to Houston and Appling County (Baxley, Ga.) outfielder...

    Blog | June 08, 2012
  2. MLB draft Day 1 notebook: 35 preps picked

    Matt Remsberg

    High school prospects figured heavily into Monday night's MLB draft, with Puerto Rican prep shortstop Carlo Correa going No. 1 overall in a surprise pick by the Houston Astros and Georgia outfielder Byron Buxton going No. 2 to the Minnesota Twins. In...

    Blog | June 05, 2012
  3. Georgia high school outfielder Byron Buxton has emerged as a pote...

    David Auguste

    Georgia high school outfielder Byron Buxton has emerged as a potential No. 1 pick in less than a year

    Story | Conversation | June 01, 2012
  4. Top prospect Giolito may be lost for season

    Matt Remsberg

    Lucas Giolito, the nation's No. 1 right-handed pitching prospect, won't throw for a month and could be out of action up to 10 weeks after spraining the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. The Harvard-Westlake (Studio City, Calif.) senior le...

    Blog | March 07, 2012
  5. Tyler Matzek: High School's future star

    Capistrano Valley (Mission Viejo, Calif.) senior left-handed pitcher Tyler Matzek is the nation's No. 1 baseball prospect in the ESPNU player rankings. He signed with Oregon, but he's also a potential first-round pick in June's MLB Draft.

    Story | Conversation | May 08, 2009
  6. Baseball Top 25

    It's official: Gloucester Catholic High (N.J.) is the No. 1 team in the nation! After winning the Parochial A state finals Saturday, Gloucester Catholic and its seven DI signees are the national champions.

    AssociateStory | June 14, 2000
  7. Rise Above: Keyvius Sampson

    Jon Mahoney / photo by Riku + Anna

    Keyvius Sampson, the No. 95 MLB draft prospect in Keith Law's Top 100, survived a troubled and tragic sophomore year to become one of the nation's top baseball prospects, writes Jon Mahoney.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | June 05, 2009