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Brian Foley is the founder and Lead Editor of College Baseball Daily since its inception in 2005. He has covered two CWS, multiple NCAA Baseball Regionals, and other special events across the country. In addition to his duties with College Baseball Daily, he has covered games for Inside Lacrosse and been featured in USA Today, Wall Street Journal among other publications. He can be contacted by email at editor at and followed on Twitter @BFoley82.

BC Baseball Raises over 12,000

Frates1Chestnut Hill, Mass. – The Boston College baseball team raised almost $12,000 for the Pete Frates No. 3 Fund through the online auction of the jerseys worn in the Red Sox exhibition game on March 3, 2015. The Eagles wore specially-designed jerseys to honor former captain and director of baseball operations Pete Frates. The jerseys were replicas of the one worn by Frates in 2007, during his senior captaincy. All the players donned Frates’ last name and number 3 in his honor. Continue reading BC Baseball Raises over 12,000

MAC Weekend Recap (March 20th-22nd)

macAkron (10-10, 2-1) vs. Eastern Michigan (7-14, 1-2)

The Zips took 2-out-of-3 against Eastern Michigan to open up conference play. John Valek gave up 2 earned runs on 8 hits and a walk over 9 innings with 4 strikeouts. Dom Iero was 3-5 with a run and 3 RBI and Joey Havrilak was 3-4 with a run and an RBI. Eastern Michigan took the second game 3-1 as Charlie Land gave up 1 earned run on 7 hits and a walk over 7.1 innings with 3 strikeouts, and Mike Mioduszewski was 2-4 with a run and an RBI. In the loss Daulton Mosbarger was 4-4 with an RBI for Akron. In the series finale Akron won 3-1 as Jon Pusateri tossed 6 innings without giving up an earned run with 7 strikeouts. Mason Mamarella was 2-3 with 2 runs scored and Mitchell McGeein was 2-4 with a run and an RBI. Continue reading MAC Weekend Recap (March 20th-22nd)

CBD Journal with Kentucky Wesleyan’s Adam Akin (March 21)

Asst_Coach_Adam_AkinThrough my experience, coaches are almost always the most competitive people in the world. We are the ones that would have trouble making it through life without something to strive for, something to learn, and something to give us a sense of purpose. Competition is what feeds us and what gives us that edge. As I have recently learned, it is this competitiveness that is both my biggest strength and my biggest weakness. Continue reading CBD Journal with Kentucky Wesleyan’s Adam Akin (March 21)