FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE Gamecocks set to welcome new baseball stadium “There will not be a more impressive college baseball stadium in the country.” Those are the words of Athletic Director Eric Hyman in reference to USC’s new ballpark that will be opening in time for this year’s season. Carolina fans sorrowfully said goodbye to […]
Darren Heitner of The Sports Agent Blog continues his great coverage of the MLB Signing Day. He put up a post today on some of the biggest suprises of the day including Gerritt Cole going to UCLA over signing with the Yankees. This was a huge loss for the Yankees and is a major shock […]
As I have already posted, today is the deadline for players to sign contracts from the 2008 MLB Draft. Pat Murphy of Arizona State currently has had 14 players from the 2008 team already signed a contract with six incoming recruits deciding to join the pro ranks. It looks like Jason Kipnis will be making […]
HARWICH, Mass. — It’s been a long road to a Cape Cod Baseball League championship for the Harwich Mariners, who have finally broken their 21-year drought with a 2-1 win over the Cotuit Kettleers Thursday night before 6,133 fans at Whitehouse Field.
The Cape Cod Baseball League Championship series starts up this afternoon when Cotuit hosts Harwich in Game 1 of the best out of three set. The Cotuit Kettleers will send Arizona State’s Seth Blair to the mound while Harwich will send Duke lefty Chris Manno.
The Cape Cod Baseball League is ending the season in the coming days with the Championship series starting on Wednesday when the Harwich Mariners will take on the winner of the Falmouth and Cotuit series this evening. The CCBL has put out a boatload of articles from Players of the Week to the Player of […]
The USA Olympic Team will begin play on Wednesday August 13th when they open up round robin play against South Korea. It will be the first game in the Olympics for Team USA since their Gold Medal victory over Cuba in the 2000 Olympics behind the right arm of Ben Sheets. We break down the […]
The guys over at Pitchfork Nation check in with Golden Spikes Nominee Brett Wallace, who is currently tearing up the Class A Midwest League for the St. Louis Cardinals Single-A affiliate Quad City River Bandits. Brett is hitting .346 with 5 homeruns so far. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE LOS ANGELES – The UCLA baseball team has released its 2009 schedule, which features 30 games against teams that advanced to the 2008 NCAA Tournament, as announced by fifth-year head coach John Savage. The Bruins will open the 2009 season with a three-game home series against UC Davis beginning Friday, Feb. […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES – Marshall University baseball head coach Jeff Waggoner recently announced the addition of left-handed pitcher Benjamin Frith, who signed an NLI to play for the Thundering Herd in the 2009 season. FULL STORY