Scouting Report: Andy Mee

RF Andy Mee 2010 Mat-Su Miners Height: 6’0″ – Weight: 190lbs Bats: Right – Throws: Right School: Florida Atlantic Draft Eligibility: 2011 (DI Jr.) Previous Draft: N/A Scouting Video Posts related to Andy Mee Andy Mee was a favorite player of mine in 2010. He came up for the Miners as a two-way player. He […]

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10/9/10 Odds & Ends: slim odds & short ends edition

It’s been kind of a slow week, and quite honestly, I can’t think of much to write for this post. I can, however, think of plenty of things that are worthy of their own posts. I’ve sat here for an hour or two poking around on the web for news bytes and just can’t come […]

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Scouting Video: Andy Mee

Batter scouting video on Andy Mee, Florida Atlantic rightfielder, who played for the Mat-Su Miners in the 2010 Alaska Baseball League season. Mee is a talented two-way player who can hit, pitch, and cover a lot of ground in right.

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2011 Draft Eligibles: Mat-Su Miners

It’s never too soon to look ahead to next year’s draft, so why wait until spring time to start going over next year’s potential draft picks? This year, we’ll go in the order of last year’s league standings (because I thought that would be a fun way to do it, I guess) and that brings […]

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Reflections/Photo Post: Fire @ Miners, 7-14-2010

Tyler Ruch’s walk-off sac fly put the Miners overthe Fire in the bottom of the 9th. EDIT: I made some corrections to this. I got my middle infielders dyslexified and referred to Matt Wessinger as Bret Schwartz. My bad. I am now giving Wessinger the credit where credit is due, and Schwartz is still cool. […]

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Reflections/Photo Post: Miners @ Pilots, 7/6/2010

Gene Escat: The Smaller Unit Hello again, friends. I promised some scouting notes on last night’s Miners at Pilots match-up, and here they are. I also said that I wouldn’t take many photos…well, I took a few. I’m running a little behind though, so I’m going to forego the typical introduction and cut straight to […]

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Reflections: Bucs @ Miners, 7/1/2010

The Bucs’ Eddie Rohan has a strong upper bodyand a compact, crouched batting stance. After a long break from the park, I finally got down to Hermon Brothers to see the Bucs take on the Miners tonight. I didn’t get any photos; my main focus tonight was to flesh out some of my scouting reports, […]

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Dieterich, Miners get revenge in 13-inning no-hitter

Miners LHP Blake Dieterich held the Oilershitless through nine innings. The Mat-Su Miners, fresh off a no-hitter loss to Eddie Orozco and the Oilers, showed last night that they weren’t quite ready to give up first place in the ABL. What did they do? Put up a no-hitter of their own in a game that […]

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2010 Players to Watch: Mat-Su Miners

The Mat-Su Miners contingent in the 2010 Colony DaysParade in Palmer, Alaska The Mat-Su Miners were the last team in the league to release the names of their 2010 roster, which left us all scratching our heads when I was writing up watch lists for all the teams. When I wrote up the 2010 season […]

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