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Twins' Prospect: Adam Brett Walker II

The Minnesota Twins drafted Adam Walker in the third round of the 2012 MLB Draft. As a junior, Walker led Jacksonville University’s team with a .343 average and a .426 on-base percentage. 281 more words

Baseball

Second Round of September Call-Ups Coming

Following their first round of call-ups yesterday, I just heard from a reliable source that the Brewers will call up at least three more players following today’s game now that Nashville’s season has concluded. 308 more words

Brewers

Future Pirate Ace: Tyler Glasnow

The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Tyler Glasnow, out of Hart High School in California, in the fifth round of the 2011 MLB Draft. The 6 foot, 7 inch righty has been quite a steal for the Pirates! 233 more words

Baseball

New Feature: Canucks Power Rankings

I’m a big fan of power rankings.  The rise and fall of players is a sports fan’s version of a soap opera. As the seasons change, so does one’s standing within an organization, from great play, to poor performance, to healthy scratches, then finally to demotion, an athlete can start on go from star to wash-up, or vice versa, in a matter of months. 196 more words

Canucks

Roster News: Brewers Bolster Bullpen By Bringing In Broxton

Because sometimes you just can’t help yourself.

The official release reads like this:

SAN FRANCISCO – The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for two players to be named.

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Brewers

Joc Pederson: A Historical Year to Remember

Just three days ago, Dodgers’ premium prospect in Joc Pederson, was awarded the 2014 Pacific Coast League Most Valuable Player honors. Despite the fact that Dodgers’ home-grown prospects such as Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig had good Triple-A stints, Pederson is the first Dodger to win the award in 13 years. 341 more words

Los Angeles Dodgers

Trying New Things...

My apologies for not posting recently, I’ve been a little busy!

I went for an interview yesterday, for a Creative Media Production course at TCAT. I think it went well! 115 more words

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