A couple more links for a day in which there's finally quite a lot of news flying around.
Fuller was charged with three counts of burglary and three counts of grand larceny, while Chisenhall was charged with one count each of grand larceny and burglary...
Chisenhall, from Newport, N.C., hit .313 with one home run and 13 RBIs while starting in 19 of South Carolina's 20 games. He was drafted by Pittsburgh in the 11th round last June, but chose to attend college.
Fuller, a right-hander from Marietta, Ga., was drafted in the third round last year by Tampa Bay. He didn't allow a hit or run in five relief innings. He had seven strikeouts and seven walks in his six appearances.
South Carolina is 17-3 this season, and ranks as high as No. 2 in the country in this week's national polls.
For those who don't remember, Chisenhall was a very high-upside pick, but he wasn't considered signable and, lo and behold, he didn't sign.
Also, the Pirates are interested in Rockies pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim:
I've always had a soft spot for Kim because of his strikeout rates and because he's fun to watch - his pitches dance all over the place. Even if I didn't, though, he'd be a very nice pitcher to have - he can start or relieve, and I'd much rather have him than B.P. Chacon as a swingman. I don't know what the Pirates would have to offer that the Rockies would want, however.