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"FILE - In this May 30, 2015, file photo, Miami's Zack Collins follows through on a base hit against Columbia in the eighth inning of a NCAA college baseball tournament regional game in Coral Gables, Fla Collins is a top prospect in the Major League Baseball draft. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)", www.dailytribune.net
"First high school outfielder to be selected No. 1 since Tampa Bay drafted Delmon Young in 2003. Draft stock rose dramatically after last summer's performance in Cape Cod League, where he won MVP award and was selected as top prospect. Solid, strong-armed defensive player who could stick at third base or move to shortstop, where he played some this season. Vanderbilt recruit missed some time on mound with strained oblique, but has fastball that sits in 91-94 mph range and gets into mid-90s. Helped Team USA's 18-and-under team win the gold medal at World Cup in Japan last fall. Fireballer throws fastball that sits in mid-90s, but can crank it up to 100 mph, along with an exceptional changeup, power curve and tough slider that all had scouts drooling. Played second base when he wasn't on mound and hit winning two-run double in Kansas Class 5A title game. After starring last summer for Team USA collegiate team, has been offensive leader (.319, 15 HRs, 60 RBIs, 44 for", www.seattlepi.com
"The Phillies have the first pick in this year's amateur draft, with the first two rounds (and two 'competitive balance rounds') happening at MLB Network's Secaucus, New Jersey, studios beginning at 7 p.m. EDT. Blue Jays RHP Marcus Stroman (5-2, 4.82 ERA) tries to rediscover the strike zone in a start against the Orioles. The lack of control was uncharacteristic for the 25-year-old — he's walked just 2.23 batters per nine innings in his career. Despite the improvements, he's still allowing hits and home runs at the highest rates of his career after missing almost all of 2015 with an Achilles tendon injury.", www.seattlepi.com
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