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  1. Gonsalves is nations best junior LHP

    Jason A. Churchill

    Each week from now until the end of April, we'll take a look at the elite Class of 2013 baseball prospects by ranking the Top 5 players at each position. This week, we continue with the Top 5 left-handed pitchers, which is topped by Stephen Gonsalves...

    Blog | March 30, 2012
  2. Hollon is nations top junior right-hander

    Jason A. Churchill

    Each week from now until the end of April, we'll take a look at the elite Class of 2013 baseball prospects by ranking the Top 5 players at each position. This week, we get things started with the Top 5 right-handed pitchers led by Clinton Hollon of W...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  3. Max Fried leads Class of 2012 left-handers

    Jason A. Churchill

    Each week from now until early March, we'll take a look at the elite Class of 2012 high school baseball prospects by ranking our Top 10 players by position. This week, we unveil our list of the Top 10 left-handed pitchers, which has a familiar feel a...

    Blog | February 03, 2012
  4. Top 10 Class of 2012 right-handed pitchers

    Jason A. Churchill

    The top Class of 2012 high school baseball players are just weeks away from starting their seasons. It will also be the time when those elite prospects will begin jockeying for draft position. Each week from now until early March, we'll take a loo...

    Blog | January 27, 2012
  5. Giolito compares well to past prep prospects

    Jason A. Churchill

    Lucas Giolito stands out in many ways. He's 6-foot-6 and 230 pounds, and is also the top prep pitcher in the draft class of 2012. There's a chance he's the No. 1 overall pick next June, and is certain to be taken off the board in the top 10. I've ...

    Blog | October 25, 2011
  6. Prep arms the difference in class of 2012?

    Jason A. Churchill

    Next June's draft class does not appear to be as deep as last year's crop. There are fewer blue chip prospects overall and fewer high-ceiling prep pitchers. Or are there? One thing I have learned in eight years covering the scouting and player dev...

    Blog | October 11, 2011