Friday Baseball Links

April 10, 2009 at 2:00 pm 2 comments

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Just showing some love to some good baseball articles out in the blogosphere since we have been a little quiet here lately. Enjoy these links and have a great Easter holiday:

The first one is a fun link. Want some batting practice while at the office? Well, look at this gadget for sale. I thought it was pretty interesting.

I am very happy to see that Daryl Strawberry has turned his life over to the One who created it. The interview is nice and refreshing. Check it out if you have 5 minutes.

Jason Churchill has his Mid-Season Draft Pick All-Star team up over at the 4-letter. I didn’t realize what a good season UNC’s Dustin Ackley is having. He’s hitting .413/.522/.738 so far. If Ackley can prove that he can handle centerfield then he could move himself into position to be the 2nd player taken in the upcoming draft.

Keith Law also has a new <a href="draft blog up. He scouted high school baseball in my state of Florida and has some great reports.

Zoner Sports has a new daily post up that goes through all the happenings and the crazy lines in box scores the previous day. Zoner Sports points out that Dusty Baker is at it again. Each one of his starters has hit the 100 pitch mielstone so far this season. Yikes! Good find Zoner!

If you want great previews of college baseball match-ups and news then I suggest heading over to The College Baseball Blog. These guys are very good at delivering college baseball info.

Jose Martinez was hit in the head by a line drive yesterday and has a concussion and 3 small fractures. Here’s praying for a quick recovery.

-Jonathan C. Mitchell

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Brian Foley  |  April 11, 2009 at 12:10 am

    Thanks for the link…It was Joe Martinez who was struck in the head as he played College Baseball at Boston College.

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  • 2. Jonathan C. Mitchell  |  April 11, 2009 at 8:31 am

    Thanks for the great site! There aren’t many good college blogs out there and yours and Jason Churchill’s are two of the best. I’m adding a link to our network. Keep up the good work guys!

    Reply

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