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  1. If you want Black and Yellow, also tie in red and white that way you have all the colors of the MD flag represented and it doesn't look as Steelerish. The MD flag is my favorite state flag, way cooler than most of the dull state flags.
  2. The top two players for the # 1 pick have been Buxton and Appel. He has top of the rotation stuff and pitched well for Stanford all year. More detailed scouting reports are on ESPN, Baseball American and MLB.com.
  3. Looks like Steve's been busy. A few interesting nuggets here. http://www.masnsports.com/steve_melewski/2012/05/gary-rajsich-set-for-his-first-os-draft-as-scouting-director.html http://www.masnsports.com/steve_melewski/2012/05/dan-duquette-talks-about-next-weeks-draft.html
  4. Looks like BA's top guy see's things similar to us. He thinks Correa could be gone by 1:3 to the M's. http://www.masnsports.com/steve_melewski/2012/05/jim-callis-projects-which-player-the-os-will-take-in-round-one-of-the-draft.html Both look like good choices, seems like he still likes Zimmer as well.
  5. He's drawn comps to Evan Longoria, that's pretty good to me.
  6. Correa or Gausman, can't go wrong either way. A stud young position player or a top college arm who has pitched in the nations best conference. I'd lean slightly towards Gausman only because he's pitched 2 years of college, but i'm happy either way.
  7. Another name that intrigues me with his bloodlines is Adam Brett Walker 1B/OF from Jacksonville http://www.mlb.com/mlb/prospects/watch/y2012/#list=draft
  8. Appreciate the insight, but Correa is not expected to stay at short, he is already 6'4 and 190 and is expected to add mass to his frame. He is projected as a corner infielder most likely 3rd base. His best tools are his bat and his arm, and the fact that he is only 17.
  9. Who cares? Jonesy or Buxton can move to left, its the kind of problem I'd like to have.
  10. If Buxton falls to 4, he's an Oriole, otherwise i think its between Gausman and Correa.
  11. I have to agree, he're is a draft eligible sophomore pitching in the toughest conference in baseball. The Twins are looking at him at #2 so we may not even get a shot at him. I also love Correa but as we can see from this year, you're only as good as your pitching staff.
  12. If Gausman is able to get his command together he's definitly a # 2 major league starter.
  13. Giolito is going to want top 5 money and with the CBA changes is a candidate to go to college, get healthy and be a top 5 pick in 3 years.
  14. Of the group Gausman is the guy I like the most. Sounds like he may not be there at 4, if so I like Correa.
  15. Here is Law's write up from him from over the weekend. Says he has absurd eye hand coordination, he says he could be the best player out of this class. Only 17. I'm definitly liking him. http://insider.espn.go.com/mlb/blog/_/name/mlb_draft/id/7893910/puerto-rican-shortstop-carlos-correa-best-class-potential-mlb-draft
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