Former Orleans Firebird Marcus Stroman is the Opening Day starter in Toronto.

Day One

MLB Opening Day notes.

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Eric Jagielo and Phil Ervin blasted 24 of Harwich's Cape League record 60 home runs in 2012.

Tag Team

Former Harwich Mariner sluggers Phil Ervin and Eric Jagielo have been reunited in the Reds system.

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A.J. Pollock was the Cape League MVP in 2008 and is coming off a breakout season with the Diamondbacks.

Encore Performance?

Dallas Keuchel and A.J. Pollock, stars on the Cape in 2008, are coming off breakout seasons at the Major League level.

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Aaron Judge hit five home runs for Brewster in 2012 and is now one of the Yankees' top prospects.

Judge key in Yankees plans

Former Brewster slugger Aaron Judge is one of the top prospects in the Yankees’ system.

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A.J. Reed, pictured in 2013, had more Cape League success as a pitcher than as a hitter.

Reed, the hitter, poised for big things

Once more pitcher than hitter on the Cape, A.J. Reed is one of the game’s top first base prospects.

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Sean Newcomb pitched briefly for Wareham in 2012 and 2013.

Newcomb leads CCBL in Top 100

The next wave of Cape League MLB prospects is headed by lefty Sean Newcomb.

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The New Aces

The New Aces

In 2009, Chris Sale and Matt Harvey pitched on Cape League mounds. Four years later, they’re two of the best young pitchers in baseball.

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Tim Lincecum’s Bullpen Roots

Tim Lincecum’s Bullpen Roots

The emergence of Tim Lincecum, relief pitcher, has been an interesting storyline in the 2012 Major League Baseball postseason. Lincecum, a two-time Cy Young Award winner, had the worst year of his career in 2012 but has been a valuable part of the Giants’ run to the World Series with […]

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Alumni, College Baseball

Blair Turning Heads

Arizona State’s Seth Blair had two pretty awesome summers in Cotuit. In fact, you could argue that no pitcher in his class had a better two-year run on the Cape. He went 4-1 with a 1.72 ERA in 2008 and authored one of the best single pitching performances of the […]

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