Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez is caught in free agent limbo. And he’s not the least bit concerned. Gonzalez is a realist. He knows he is coming off the least productive season of the seven seasons in which he has played in 100 or more games. He understands there is a log jam created by a lack of activity in the signing of the top tier free agents.

Most of all he knows by the time spring camps open next month he will be in uniform, getting ready for Opening Day, possibly even returning to the Rockies, where he spent the last nine season. Continue reading “Cargo Could Fill Rockies Need”

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Amanda Hopkins smiles at the memory of those afternoons when she was five years old, sitting in a ballpark with her father, who was scouting a high school baseball game.

“I would go to games with my day, traveling in the summer to see players in the Cape Coad League, Alaskan League, the East Coach Showcase,” “People would see me and would ask, `What do you want to do when you grow up.’ I’d tell them I want to be a baseball scout and they’d be like, ‘Oh, that’s cute.’ I’m sure they thought I’d grow out of it.” Continue reading “Hopkins No Pioneer; Just Another Scout”

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