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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Dawg in the house...

As we look towards the beginning of NCAA regional play, Mississippi State catcher Edward Easley is the latest college baseball success of the season. The Bulldog backstop signed a pair of index cards care of MSU's athletic department in just 11 days.

SENT: 76
% RECEIVED: 46.1%
AVG # OF DAYS: 21.0

Monday, May 14, 2007

Pair of college successes...

Michigan State point guard Drew Neitzel was one of two successes on Monday. The Spartans' star signed a pair of index cards and partially completed the survey I enclosed in just under a month care of the MSU athletic department.

Oregon State infielder/catcher Mitch Canham also returned both index cards and the completed survey care of the OSU athletic department. That request send to the defending national champs took just 16 days.

You can view both players' surveys by visiting the message board.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Current prep star...future MLB star?

Infielder Josh Vitters of Cypress High School in Anaheim, California signed and returned two index cards sent to him late last month care of his school in just 15 days. According to multiple mock drafts, Vitters is projected to be selected among the top five players in next month's MLB Draft.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Long Beach's Longoria is lastest success...

Former Long Beach State infielder Evan Longoria, now playing for the double-A Montgomery Biscuits, signed one index card care of his team's mailing address. That request was sent late last month and took just 13 days.

Friday, May 04, 2007

Former 'Cane comes through...

Former University of Miami baseball star Jon Jay, now playing minor league baseball with the Springfield (MO) Cardinals, signed and returned both index cards I sent him care of his current team in just seven days.