FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE The Oregon State baseball team will continue play in its Orange and Black World Series this week, with game three scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Practice is scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. PT and the third game of the series will start shortly thereafter.
The Rice Owls are experimenting during Fall ball with Diego Seastrunk behind the plate, where he is projected to play at the next level. Why are teams putting players entering their junior season behind the plate without any experience at the position?
Head Coach Andy Lopez and the Wildcats open their 2009 campaign with home series against Sacramento State on the weekend of the 20th of February. They will be playing 34 home games and 21 road contest in ’09.
FIRST-EVER ISLANDER BASEBALL ALUMNI GAME IS A WIN-WIN While it may have been an 11-4 win for the current players on the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi baseball team, the first-ever Islander Alumni Baseball Game held as part of the athletic department’s 10-year celebration was a win-win for both sides. “The first-ever alumni game was a total […]
University of Arizona senior third baseman Brad Glenn could miss the 2009 season after suffering a freak injury to his right hand. He fell through a glass coffee table which severed two nerves, a ligament, and an artery last week. He will require surgery and a cast for up to two months which could end […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE The Washington State University baseball team will play 29 of its 55 games in 2009 against teams which made the 2008 NCAA Tournament, Cougar Head Coach Donnie Marbut announced Tuesday. Of the 29 games, 13 will take place in Pullman. The Cougars will host regional participant Oklahoma in a four-game series […]
Rivals editor Kendall Rogers has put out two strong articles recently. The first one focuses on North Carolina head coach Mike Fox. He talks about how the expectations have risen in the program over the last three years with the amount of success they have had.
The College Baseball Blog will occasionally check in with different newspapers across the country which has great articles about college baseball. I know it is only October 13th but there are a bunch of newspapers that have written great college baseball articles today.
Baseball America writer Aaron Fitt has put out his rankings of the Top 25 Recruiting Classes for 2009. It is led by Arizona State even though they lost seven recruits to the MLB draft headlined by Eric Hosmer. Fitt states that Arizona State has the best group of transfers and freshmen to replace the likes […]
The Register-Guard has put out a very good article looking into the salary and benefits in George Horton’s contract. Horton is the former Cal-State Fullerton coach who left the Titans program to restart the University of Oregon program. He will be paid $450,000 yearly with several bonus clauses included for on the field performance and […]