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    Jean Ortiz Signs with New Mexico

    By Ed Aguiar 05/25/2017, 11:30pm CDT

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    Neuse (27 HRs, 102 RBIs) promoted to Majors

    By Edward 08/29/2019, 8:45pm CDT

    KANSAS CITY -- The A's called up one of their top hitting prospects ahead of Thursday's series finale against the Royals.

    With Khris Davis on paternity leave for the birth of his second child, Sheldon Neuse's contract was purchased from Triple-A Las Vegas. In order to clear a spot on the 40-man roster, the A's designated left-hander Wei-Chung Wang for assignment.

    Neuse, Oakland's No. 8 prospect per MLB Pipeline, was acquired in a 2017 trade with the Nationals that also netted the A's No. 1 prospect Jesus Luzardo and reliever Blake Treinen in exchange for Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle. Neuse has received most of his playing time at third base with Triple-A Las Vegas this season, though he's recently been getting more starts at second base over the past week. The 24-year-old brings some impressive numbers at the plate, slashing .317/.389/.550 with 27 home runs and 102 RBIs in 126 games with Las Vegas.

    "This is a guy that two springs ago had about as good of a spring as anybody on the team," A's manager Bob Melvin said. "He has a really good approach. He hits the ball to all fields with power, and he's more versatile this year. He's having a good year, and we reward those guys."

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    NCAA / MLB Requirement

    By Ed 07/15/2016, 8:00am CDT

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    College Ball or MLB: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

    If your name was called in the recent 2016 Major League Baseball Draft, congratulations, especially to those players who have already signed a contract and have begun, or will soon begin, your professional career!

    For those of you who have not yet made a decision whether to sign and still have college eligibility remaining, or may not have started college yet, you must make that decision by Friday, July 15.

    If you recently finished your high school career, and are unsure of whether to sign with a MLB team or to play college ball first, here are some things to consider:

    If you choose to attend a four-year college first:

    You will not be eligible for the draft until after your junior year of college unless one of the following exceptions is relevant to your situation:

    You could be drafted after your sophomore year if you turn 21 at least 45 days prior to the draft
    * If you start out at a four-year school, but then transfer to a two-year college.

    If you plan to attend a two-year college next year:

    You can be drafted after as little as one year at the junior college.

    For those of you enrolling as a freshman at a two-year college, or if you're returning to a two-year college in hopes of being drafted next year, be sure to keep your options open for transfer to a four-year college program in case your dreams of being drafted in a higher round don't work out.

    That includes terminating your relationship with your agent if you took advantage of that new NCAA rule and engaged an agent as you were preparing for the 2016 MLB Draft.

    We've put together a step-by-step handout:  College Ball or MLB:  What You Should Do if You Decide to Stay in College.  It explains what you need to do to preserve your option to transfer to an NCAA Division I or II university and be immediately eligible for competition. Get your copy by clicking:  Informed Athlete's College Ball or MLB Handout.

    Good luck with your decision as you consider your college or professional options. If you'd like to learn more about the 2-4 transfer requirements, contact Rick Allen at 913-766-1235 or send an e-mail to rick@informedathlete.com. Or, you can purchase "Informed Athlete's Comprehensive Guide to Transfers" from the Store of our website at  http://informedathlete.com/products/informed-athletes-transfer-guide.


    About Rick Allen:
    * 25-plus years NCAA rules expertise, including Director of Compliance at two major D-I schools
    * Current member and former President of National Association for Athletic Compliance (NAAC)
    * Conducts compliance reviews and audits at NCAA Schools throughout the U.S.
    * Consults with NAIA schools transitioning to NCAA membership status
    * Dad of a D-I and D-II student-athlete

     
     
     

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    By ed 12/28/2015, 3:30pm CST

    TSL-TEAM RAWLING 2015 WWBA, Jupiter Fla

    Texas Blackhawks Send  five players to the 2015 WWBA Championsips with the TSL TEAM RAWLING ALL-Star Team  left to right. ( Spencer Sawin, Tyler Thomas, Carlos Tavera, Ceasar Gomez , Coach Ed Aguiar, Garrett Moltzen not pictured. Over 300 College Coaches and MLB scouts attended.

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    By Ed 01/26/2017, 11:00am CST

    The Legend Commits to TCU

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    A year long recruiting process is finally over! Excited to announce that Mateo will be furthering his academic & baseball career at the top baseball school in the nation TCU! He's hoping to help bring a national title home to Fort Worth,Texas!! I'm stoked he will be 30 minutes away!!! #FrogsUp

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