Posted: 06/20/2008 9:28 PM
Posted: 06/20/2008 9:34 PM
Looks like Diamond was right, Delmonico is either not happy with his offer or he is posturing for more money.
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Posted: 06/21/2008 8:59 AM
Posted: 06/21/2008 1:56 PM
colobrowns wrote: Dodgers should spend some big bucks and sign Zach Cox..they need someone with HR power and BAve potential . ..not too may in the system.Cox is one of the best HS hitters,... reminds me of DeWitt (best HS hitter)whe he was taken back on 2004.. or so.
Posted: 06/21/2008 3:14 PM
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Posted: 06/21/2008 3:53 PM
Posted: 06/21/2008 5:39 PM
colobrowns wrote:Seems like Cox would be better than delmonico? thoughts anyone on who yo wouod choose..
Posted: 06/23/2008 8:30 AM
Posted: 06/23/2008 9:01 AM
DAS1410 wrote:Is Chris Joyce in any way related to Dodger Scout Lon Joyce?
Posted: 06/24/2008 1:45 PM
Signings with confirmed bonus money
061 - RH Josh Lindholm -------------- $650,000.00
093 - RF Kyle Russell --------------- $410,000.00127 - SS Devaris Strange-Gordon ----- $250,000.00157 - RH Jon Michael Redding -------- $178,000.00247 - CF Nick Buss ------------------ $ 95,000.00277 - 1B Steven Caseres ------------- $250,000.00
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Posted: 06/25/2008 4:04 PM
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Posted: 06/26/2008 7:23 AM
Posted: 06/26/2008 2:59 PM
Signed: #2 - ?RHP Josh Lindblom, Great Lakes #3 - ?OF Kyle Russell, Ogden #4 - ?RHP Devaris Strange-Gordon, Ogden #5 - ?RHP Jon Michael Redding, Ogden #8 - ?OF Nick Buss, Ogden #9 - ?1B Steven Caseres, Ogden#13 - ?1b Albert Golder, GC Dodgers#14 - ?OF Lenell McGee, Mt. Carmel#15 - ?OF Clay Calfee, Ogden#18 - ?RHP Carl Webster, GC Dodgers#23 - ?2B Brian Ruggiano, Texas A&M#24 - ?LHP Roberto Feliciano, GC Dodgers#25 - ?OF Jerry Sands, GC Dodgers#28 - ?LHP Jordan Roberts, Ogden#30 - ?2B Garrett Green, San Diego State, CA#32 - ?3B Shan Sullivan, GC Dodgers#36 - ?OF Jake New, GC Dodgers#45 - ?C Ryan Arp, Ogden LADugout.com
Posted: 06/26/2008 4:09 PM
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Posted: 06/26/2008 7:43 PM
Posted: 06/26/2008 8:37 PM
Dodgfan wrote: Hey Guys,Obviously we'd hate to see any draft picks go to waste, but other than obviously our 1st round pick, which of the unsigned draftees do you consider must sign picks?
Posted: 06/27/2008 12:43 PM
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Posted: 06/28/2008 8:17 AM
Washie thanks for keeping us up to date on all these guys...
I enjoy reading about them..
Posted: 06/28/2008 3:15 PM
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Posted: 06/28/2008 10:10 PM
2006 article on Jett Bandy. He has not signed yet and may not as hes a ASU recruite but just incase heres some old info on him.
No sophomore slump for Thousand Oaks slugger Bandy By Steve Ames Special to the Thousand Oaks Acorn
Playing all 14 games through last weekend, Bandy was the Lancers' team leader with a .413 batting average on 19 hits in 46 atbats. He's pounded out four doubles, two triples and two home runs in addition to scoring nine runs and knocking in 12 RBI.
"I'm just starting to get used to the pitching," Bandy said. "When I was younger, it was a pretty big step up (to the varsity) for me. Now this year, I am starting to get the hang of it and I'm swinging pretty well. I'm trying to see the ball and hit it."
TOHS first-year head coach Frank Mutz is delighted to have Bandy on the team and has enjoyed watching his early progress. Mutz said when he took over the team last fall, he had to evaluate the players and a lot of that has to do with players' makeup.
"The thing I liked about this kid is he's very enthusiastic about playing the game," Mutz said. "He shows up every day with a smile on his face. He works hard . . . that's what makes him a great player."
Mutz said Bandy reminds him of the zeal shown by Jack Wilson of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a former Thousand Oaks baseball player.
"The reason that Jack Wilson is such a great baseball player is that he's enthusiastic for the game," Mutz said. "And money, or the game itself, is not going to bring Jack down because he loves to play.
"Jett is the same way. He gives the coaches everything he possibly can. He never complains and he's a great kid to be around, a great kid to coach," Mutz said.
Bandy, a 6-foot-5, 200-pound third baseman, bats right and throws right. Prior to joining the Lancers last season, he played for the Conejo Valley Mavericks, coached by Steve Henson.
The biggest adjustment from travel ball to the varsity level, Bandy said, was that the varsity game is much quicker.
"In between innings before, you'd have little huddles and talk when you're younger," he said. "Now it's just get up, swing the bat, hit the ball and you're back on the field just like that."
As he made the transition from travel ball to high school, Bandy said it was pretty tough to be a freshmen on the varsity.
"You've got to get the guy's respect first," he said. "I was a younger kid. They really didn't have too much respect for me because I was a younger freshman. I had a couple of games. I proved myself and my ability and now they have a little bit more respect for me."
He didn't anticipate making the varsity last season.
"I just came out and was trying to do the best I could to the best of my abilities," he said. "(Former) coach Rod Stillwell thought I was good enough to play on the varsity squad."
This season, more comfortable in his role, Bandy said good things are beginning to happen.
"I'm just trying to see (the ball) and hit it and field ground balls and do whatever I'm capable of doing," he said. "It's a lot different playing. I'm getting used to it now."
As the season progresses, Bandy is also moving into a position of leadership. A key player for the Lancers, Bandy wants to draw on his experience and help the younger guys in the future.
"I think it's going to go pretty well because I was in their spot," Brandy said. "I'm going to know how the younger guys are going to feel when they're coming up. I'll know how it feels, and I'll treat them like I was treated when I was younger."
Mutz said Bandy will lead the Thousand Oaks baseball program for the next few years. "At the beginning of the
year, I thought his swing was long," Mutz said. "He worked real hard in the batting cage with coach (Don) Meinhold and he shortened up his swing, and that's why he's leading our team in hitting."
The coach also said Bandy is starting to fill out, so his power is starting to develop and his speed is improving.
"I think that's a coordination thing for a kid to be so big at 16 years old," Mutz said. "When all that comes together, I think by the middle or end of the summer, all that stuff will be complete for him."
Posted: 06/29/2008 7:34 PM
Yount is now signed. I updated the list on pg 38
Last edited 06/29/2008 7:35 PM by epicduck
Posted: 06/29/2008 8:32 PM
Posted: 06/30/2008 3:23 PM
colobrowns wrote: Washie thanks for keeping us up to date on all these guys...I enjoy reading about them..
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