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Discussion in 'Professional Baseball' started by brodybuck21, Apr 5, 2016.

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    Ronnie Dawson is a non-roster invitee to Houston spring training

    Travis Lakins was just traded from Bos to the Chicago Cubs
     
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    JB Shuck non roster invitee to Nats camp as a 2-way player

    Shuck, 32, will enter 2020 Spring Training as a two-way player. He opened the 2019 season as Pittsburgh’s Opening Day center fielder before being designated for assignment on May 4 and spending the rest of the season with Triple-A Indianapolis. With Indianapolis, he appeared in 61 games (.268, 12 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR, 14 RBI) in the outfield and made 14 pitching appearances (19.0 IP, 3.79 ERA, 23 SO).
     
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    Travis Lakins claimed off Chicago Cubs waivers by Baltimore Orioles

    6-foot-1, 180-pound right-hander, Lakins was a regular presence on Boston’s Top Prospects list since the Red Sox drafted him in the sixth round out of Ohio State in 2015. The 25-year-old bounced between Triple-A and the Majors last season, when he appeared in 16 games as a rookie. Lakins pitched to a 3.86 ERA and posted an 17.7% strikeout rate in those outings. He is a converted starter who profiles as relief depth for the Orioles heading into 2020.
     
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    MANILA, Philippines — Former Ohio State star Fil-Am pitcher Andrew Magno has been cleared to play for the Philippines in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) qualifiers at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Arizona, on March 20-25 with the 5-11, 190-pound Detroit Tigers draft pick expected to shore up the mound corps now being formed by the Philippine Amateur Baseball Association (PABA) in coordination with American coach Bill Picketts.

    PABA secretary-general Pepe Muñoz confirmed Magno’s eligibility after receiving clearance from the sanctioning body World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) which is organizing the fifth WBC next year as the official national team world championships.

    Magno, 21, was born in Dublin, Ohio and was Detroit’s 15th round draft pick last year. His parents are Manny Magno and Liz Allen. He’s now pitching for the New York-Penn minor league Norwich Sea Unicorns, the Tigers’ Class A short season affiliate. Magno is among 10 US-based players nominated for the Philippines 28-man roster for the qualifiers. The others are pitcher J. R. Bunda, catcher Brady Conlan, outfielder Riley Conlan, outfielder Chase D’Arnaud, outfielder Andre Mercurio, pitcher Devon Ramirez, pitcher Peter Reyes, first baseman Mario Songco and outfielder Tim Tebow.
     
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    Astros prospect Ronnie Dawson turns to big picture after struggles
    Chandler Rome | on February 24, 2020
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    Photo: Karen Warren, Staff Photographer
    Astros outfield prospect Ronnie Dawson struggled through a strikeout-marred 2019 season.


    • “I hit the ball really well. I hit the ball really hard,” said Dawson, the former second-round pick. “I just missed a lot of pitches. If I cleaned up that, the strikeouts go down and my hard hits go up — I have more home runs and have more doubles.”

    The Houston Chronicle's Chandler Rome talks about the Astros' opening weekend of Grapefruit League play at spring training.Media: Scott Kingsley, Houston Chronicle
    Thirty-eight of Dawson’s 88 hits last season garnered extra bases. He struck 17 home runs at Class AA Corpus Christi and earned a promotion to Class AAA Round Rock in August. He struck out 11 times in 34 at-bats.

    “I’ve struggled my whole career, so it really wasn’t anything new,” Dawson said. “It was just finding a way to still be a good teammate through the struggle. A good teammate means being a good player for the fans: talking to the kids, making a difference, having an impact. That honestly made the season a lot easier. “

    “When you have parents saying ‘Hey, thank you for talking to my kid,’ your 0-for-4 is a lot better. It’s all about perspective. I learned a lot.”

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.houstonchronicle.com/texas-sports-nation/astros/amp/Astros-Ronnie-Dawson-learns-perspective-after-15080029.php
     

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