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Dan Kirby

Draft junkie. Cubs junkie. I one time did a commercial for cereal that never aired.

Zack Collins may have the most power in all of college.
By Dan Kirby On Monday, February 9th, 2015
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2015 college baseball: Top returning sophomores

The 2015 college baseball season is now less than a week away, set to start on Friday, February 13. With the top incoming freshmen out of the way, it’s time to focus on the top returning sophomores. In no particular More...

J.B. Bukauskas has been impressive in scrimmages for UNC.
By Dan Kirby On Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
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2015 college baseball: Top incoming freshmen

With the 2015 college baseball season due to start in about two weeks, I thought I would start rolling out some previews. Let’s begin with the top incoming freshmen. These are 25 players I’m looking More...

Michael Matuella has all the ingredients to be the first-overall pick.
By Dan Kirby On Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
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2015 MLB draft: Mock 1.0

It’s officially draft season. With the 2014 MLB regular season in the books, the 2015 MLB draft order has been set — not including the eventual forfeited first-round draft picks for free-agent signings, More...

Daz Cameron has all the tools to be the first-overall pick.
By Dan Kirby On Tuesday, August 12th, 2014
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2015 MLB draft: Under Armour AA Game preview – Part 1

On Saturday, August 16, many of the nation’s elite high school baseball players will be in Chicago to participate in the 2014 Under Armour All American Game held annually at Wrigley Field. This is like Christmas More...

Michael Matuella gets the early nod as the top college prospect in the 2015 MLB draft.
By Dan Kirby On Sunday, June 29th, 2014
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2015 MLB draft: Early 30 college prospects

The 2014 MLB draft is history and, after a couple of weeks off to clear the mind of hundreds of prospects, it’s time to start looking at several hundred more. The 2014 college baseball season is in the books and More...

Brady Aiken was an easy choice for the first-overall pick.
By Dan Kirby On Sunday, June 8th, 2014
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2014 MLB draft: First-round recap

The 2014 MLB draft is in the books, and it wasn’t as wacky as everyone thought it would be. Aside from a few reaches in the first round and Johnny Manziel being drafted by the San Diego Padres in round 28, it More...


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