A whopping 55 prospects were traded prior to last week's trade deadline, including several top prospects. The second wild-card makes getting to the postseason a little bit easier, and, as a result, it appears teams are more willing to trade minor leaguers for big-league help down the stretch.
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Over on ESPN the worldwide leader poised the following question: What current SEC players could thrive in the SEC? While their list is pretty solid overall, it is a bit disappointing to see the boys from Lexington get the snub.
Good Friday evening, folks. I hope everyone’s enjoying the start to the weekend. It’s been quite the day for the KSR crew, who spent the day at Commonwealth Stadium. Did you miss any of it? You’re in luck, because I collected all these links for you:
- Transcript of Mark Stoops’ press conference
- Transcript of Mitch Barnhart, DJ Eliot and Shannon Dawson’s press conferences
- Videos of Stoops, Barnhart, Eliot, and Dawson
- Rundown of Mark Stoops’ comments at Media Day 2015
- 10 Takeaways from DJ Eliot and Shannon Dawson’s press conferences
- Drew Barker on the off-the-field drama: “All that stuff’s behind me”
- Garrett “Juice” Johnson on “Juice”
- CJ Johnson discusses his bowel movements, again
- Why Patrick Towles has matured into a leader
- Media Day in pictures
- Freddie Maggard’s Media Day observations
- Notes from the first practice
If all of that’s not enough, here’s a behind-the-scenes video of the Media Day action from KyWildcatsTV:
More coming tomorrow from Fan Day and the open practice…
Well this a new one.
No, the game was postponed because of a circus tent.
Despite the loss, Grady Sizemore had himself a heck of a day Friday.
We're starting to get down to crunch time and the various postseason races are really beginning to heat up. The Rockies are out of it, but the Nationals are not, and the two clubs are meeting this weekend in Washington DC.
Reigning NL MVP and Cy Young Clayton Kershaw took a 37-inning scoreless streak into Friday's start, but it didn't last long.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- There was no live action, but Terrelle Pryor still didn't have any complaints about his return to Ohio Stadium.
- Covered AFC South for five years for ESPN.com
- Covered Oilers/Titans for The Tennessean
- New Jersey native and Columbia graduate lives in Nashville with his wife and son
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