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An Action Packed June at Legends on Deck

In case you missed it, June was a busy month at Legends on Deck.  June is arguably the busiest month in the world of baseball and our writers reflected that well.  The MLB and MiLB seasons are in full swing.  The excitement of the College World Series has returned to Omaha.  Collegiate summer leagues are underway.  We’re on content overload!

Legends on Deck welcomed back one of it’s founders this month, John Ginder.  He wrote some excellent Prospects on Deck profiles in recent weeks.  We added a new writer, covering the Rockies organization, Christopher EveridgeDylan Spaulding, host of the FLowShow podcast, is also back writing with us.  Chris and Dylan are both rising stars in the sports media world.

We are excited to continue this momentum into July!  If you have a baseball article you have been itching to write or you are looking for a platform to write on your favorite team on a regular basis please reach out to us.

Month in Review

Minor League is Here by Jeff Francis

LOD Minor League Spotlight:  1B Pedro Castellanos, Red Sox by David Conde

Tommy John Surgery in 2019, Now Chasen Bradford Primed for a Return to the Show by David Conde

America Needs (More) Independent Baseball by Brian Koss

Albert Pujols:  What a Career!  But What Could Have Been by David Conde

Prospects on Deck:  RHP Colby White — Rays by John Ginder

USF Bulls: The Cinderellas of the Super Regionals by Brian Koss

Prospects on Deck:  CF Joe Gray — Brewers by John Ginder

The Return of the College World Series by Brian Koss

Prospects on Deck:  Samad Taylor – Blue Jays by John Ginder

Two Way Player Shohei Ohtani, Showing His Greatness by David Conde

Meet Jesse Cole, Savannah’s Top Banana by Brian Koss

Breaking Down the Rockies Top Ten Prospects by Christoper Everidge

The Florida Complex League, from the Changes to Opening Day by Dylan Spaulding

Thanks for reading!

Brian is a Senior Editor at Legends on Deck. He's been writing about baseball for LOD since 2017 and is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association.

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