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Source: Nats target June 8-10 for Strasburg

More here at BP as to why they'll wait; obvious to most of us here, but in my opinion, an excellent layman's article that I wish was available to all instead of as BP subscriber access (preaching to the choir). Why should we care if this is true? If he starts the Tuesday, June 8th game to kick off that series and the Nats give him the next available turn in a 5-man rotation, then I think I have plans for Sunday afternoon, June 13.

Draft Prospect Video Series - Steven Strasburg


This is a good person with which to start out a new feature. Direct Link Here. Video from youtube.com, username cubanofrv. It cuts out at the end.

A Look at NCAA Regional Play


As promised, here's a recap of what went down in regional play this weekend. This is done with a focus on the draft prospects, and it's broken down by regional. Austin Regional (Texas, Texas...

Strasburg BCB East Coast Meetup


Is there any interest in east coast (ie PA, NY, NJ, MD) BCBers going to a non-brewers related baseball event? I was thinking we could arrange finding out when there's a Strasburg start in Harrisburg, PA about a month from now. It'd be a AA game. Do AA pitchers pitch on a 5 day or 5 game rotation? or something else? ie, how far ahead of time should we be able to predict when he starts?

2009 Amateur Mock Draft #5 Round One - Minor League Ball


"1. Washington - Steven Strasburg, RHP, San Diego State - Yeah, when you throw a no-hitter with your future team's front office in the audience, you're pretty much a rock star. I hear Lastings Milledge already hates him. Previously: #1. 2. Seattle - Dustin Ackley, OF, North Carolina - The time has come to take off the first baseman tag from Ackley. He played a full nine innings in center field this weekend, all in a single game, and his arm held up fine. Add that to the fact that he's a .400 hitter in the ACC and you have yourself a solid #2 pick. Previously: #2. 3. San Diego - Tanner Scheppers, RHP, St. Paul Saints - This is a fluid pick, and I reserve the right to change it tomorrow morning when I see how Scheppers does tonight. He's slated to go another 75 pitches or so from what I read last time, so I should know more by tomorrow morning. Power pitcher in San Diego. Match found. Previously: #11. 4. Pittsburgh - Aaron Crow, RHP, Ft. Worth Cats - Same goes for this pick. I reserve the right to change my mind. I think the general audience has underestimated just how good Crow is. He was the top college pitcher taken in a strong class last year, just one without a Strasburg. Don't hold that against him. Previously: #6. 5. Baltimore - Tyler Matzek, LHP, Capistrano Valley HS (CA) - Although the battle for first prep pitcher taken is far from done, there's quite a few things working in Matzek's favor. In a year with a lot of uncertainty, he offers good upside while being more advanced than your normal prep arm. Baltimore could add him to the stack of pitching and young hitting. Previously: #8." Andy Seiler makes an early bid to become MLB's Mel Kiper, Jr. Or would he be Todd McShay? The full article contains a full thirty-pick first round. As I know nothing about Mr. Seiler's knowledge or most of the players in his mock draft, what do you guys think about it? Anyone else want to take a shot at a mock?

The Strasburg Files Episode 3- Conference Play


Game by game reports of Olympian, All-American, and consensus #1 draft pick pitcher Steven Strasburg of San Diego State.

Thursday Morning Rockpile: Pretty bad...


So this Steven Strasburg kid is impressive, but the Rockies need to get on the phone with Tony Gwynn now to stop these 127 pitch outings. I would have thought Mr. Padre would have been more...

Steven Strasburg is a P I M P


Strasburg touched 99 mph with his fastball. His final pitch of the game was 96 mph. He allowed the one hit, one walk and struck out 13.

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