Brandon Snyder Promoted To Triple-A Norfolk

Brandon Snyder was among Eastern League leaders in nearly every major offensive category, if not leading them and will now take his bats to Norfolk. However, he was not just promoted for his offense, he has improved in the field. Inside, Snyder dishes on his promotion and Director of Player Development Dave Stockstill explains why Snyder was ready!
June 18, 2009

Brian Matusz to Make Bowie Debut

Brian Matusz dominated the Carolina League and now he's taking his fastball, curve ball, slider and change with him to Bowie to compete in the Double-A Eastern League.
June 17, 2009

Pitching Plentiful in Baysox Home Opener

The Baysox made the playoffs for the first time since 1997 in 2008 and were bounced in the semifinals by their Eastern League southern division rivals, the Akron Aeros. Thursday, the Baysox hosted Akron in their home opener, sending a healthy Troy Patton to the mound to face the Aeros for the second time in as many starts.
April 16, 2009

Orioles Trade Tejada; Acquire Five

Two years since requesting a trade to a contender, Miguel Tejada is heading to a new organization. Inside, read detailed scouting reports on the five newest members of the Baltimore Orioles organization.
December 12, 2007

Top 15 Prospects - 4/30

With Hunter Pence graduating to the big leagues, see who takes over this weeks top spot. Also, who played themselves onto the list, who played themselves off the list, and the slow emergence of a few catching prospects.
April 30, 2007

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The 2004 high school baseball season ends the same way as it did last year — with <b>Chatsworth High (Calif.)</b> atop the SchoolSports.com National Baseball Top 25. Four new teams enter the final rankings, including No.15. <b>Wilcox (Santa Clara, Calif.) </b>. Find out where everyone else ranks in the last Top 25 of the spring.
June 16, 2004

2004 MLB Draft Notebook

Now that the dust has settled on the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft, SchoolSports.com takes a look at some of the biggest surprises and interesting tidbits on the high school players selected.
June 8, 2004

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It's almost April, and that means it's time for baseball. Check out the SchoolSports.com Preseason National Baseball Top 25 to get the scoop on the nation's top high school baseball teams, including No. 1 <b>Riverside High (S.C.)</b> and No. 2 <b>Rancho Bernardo High (Calif.)</b>.
March 31, 2004