Power ranks: The first basemen

College : : Story
Kendall Rogers         Allan Simpson        
Published: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

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There has never been a first-base crop in the amateur ranks quite like the draft class of 2008, and there may never be again. Altogether, that draft produced seven first basemen in the top 23 picks, including six from the college ranks.

Three of those six -- Arizona State’s


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