Posted on August 27th, 2008 by erik in Interviews, Jason Buursma
Staying on the theme of the week, I have yet another Q and A with a Muckdog. This time I talk with RHP Jason Buursma, whom the Cardinals drafted in the 25th round out of Bucknell University. He was voted the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A two-way player at Bucknell, Buursma hit 13 homers and put up a .367/.426/.671 his senior year, as well as pitching 83.2 innings with a 78/10 K/BB ratio and a 2.58 ERA.
Q and A after the jump.
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Posted on July 25th, 2008 by roarke in 2008 MLB draft, Chris Swauger, Colt Sedbrook, George Brown, Jared Bradford, Jason Buursma, Jonny Bravo, Josh Hester, Uncategorized, Xavier Scruggs, Zachary Pitts
Last time we took a look at the ten highest picks by the Cardinals that have played at Johnson City or above in the organization. Today we will look at the next ten. As we get further down the list, the liklihood that the prospects will ever become big leagers becomes more faint, but there are several in this part and in the final part of the series that are intriguing. So after the jump we will continue with our 50 day (or so) review of the Cardinals draft. Read the rest of this entry »
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