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  1. Sounds like "gunner" I believe.
  2. A "Why So Soon?!" 2022 MLB Mock Draft — Prospects Live Baltimore Orioles - Druw Jones, OF, Wesleyan Academy "This may come as a surprise to some, but in terms of process and evaluation, it makes a whole lot of sense. We believe Jones is not only one of the most exciting talents in this class, but his profile also fits the Mike Elias Standard Operating Procedure™....."
  3. Not me. I'm loving no longer checking the D-Backs score ten times nightly (yeah, I'm one of those; decades of fantasy football makes one a future draft-pick hawk).
  4. Actually I have (for 15-20 years, at least). I just didn't think my one-word post was assailable. 😆
  5. The time to change a rule is BEFORE a season starts, not after. I bet we're "safe."
  6. 2022 MLB Draft Order: Tiebreaker Likely Gives Orioles the No. 1 Pick Likely????? 2022 MLB Draft Order: Tiebreaker Likely Gives O's the No. 1 Pick (baseballamerica.com)
  7. "Walter Ford Reclassifies For The 2022 MLB Draft" Walter Ford Reclassifies For The 2022 MLB Draft (baseballamerica.com)
  8. Minor Monday: Aberdeen manager Kyle Moore talks prospects - BaltimoreBaseball.com Right-handed pitcher Grayson Rodriguez: Aberdeen Stats: 3-0, 1.54 ERA, .069 WHIP Moore’s analysis: “He’s probably one of the best I have ever seen. He’s going to be a cornerstone in this organization because he can be at the very top of the rotation. He has everything you want out of a major-league No. 1. He’s a top-end guy. The makeup is all there. He’s a great kid, a hard worker, and a clubhouse leader. He also has the best stuff I have ever seen. He’s the type of kid you dream about when
  9. Ten MLB pitching prospects primed to pop into Jim Bowden’s top 50 in 2022: Quinn Priester, Bobby Miller and more – The Athletic 4. D.L. Hall, LHP, Baltimore Orioles "Hall was stellar in his introduction to Double A this season with a 3.13 ERA and 56 strikeouts in 31 1/3 innings over seven starts, but hasn’t pitched in a game since mid-June because of a left elbow injury. His fastball is mostly 97-99 mph with natural life. His changeup is his best secondary pitch, with deception and fade. His curveball is his top breaking ball and shows wipeout-pitch potential in flashes. Hall’s c
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