Kyle Schurman has sent us along the television listings for College Baseball games for March 6th-12th. It lists all the games on either National or Regional broadcasts. It also includes the DirectTv station that the game can be found. If you know of another game on National or Regional TV please send an email to me by clicking here. Continue reading
The College Baseball Blog has teamed up with CBS Sportsline Fantasy Baseball Manager to give our users the best provider for their 2009 Fantasy Baseball Leagues. Key Highlights of the League Manager is below. Continue reading
The College Baseball Blog’s good friend Eric Sorenson has started a new blog called College Baseball Today where he is continuing his coverage of College Baseball. He was one of the many casualties when CSTV was taken over by CBS. The people running CBS decided to take their College Baseball coverage in another direction. Right now, the direction is no coverage of the great game. Eric really made the CSTV coverage worth reading and his site had some great articles over the weekend. Continue reading
The Takeaway a show on public radio recently talked about the Racial makeup of college baseball players. It is an interesting show as they bring in a lot of different panelists who have an opinion on the topic. I think the main reason why we don’t see more African-Americans playing college baseball is the use of showcase camps which kids from an urban background struggle to afford. Continue reading
Weekend Winners: Middle Tennessee State was the big weekend winner, as they swept a three game home series with Missouri State. Also posting impressive weekends were UALR, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Louisiana-Monroe, New Orleans, Troy, and Western Kentucky. UALR took two of three games at home against Northern Iowa, and just missed a sweep with a one run loss on Saturday. Florida Atlantic finished the weekend with a 2-1 series record against Fordham. Florida International posted a 20 run Saturday in route to a two games to one series victory over Jacksonville. Louisiana-Monroe hosted the ULM and ended the weekend with a 2-1 record. New Orleans won the first three games of their home series against Towson before losing the Sunday finale to open the season 3-1. Troy lost a Friday contest against Kentucky in the Caravelle Resort Invitational before winning their next three games to end the tournament at a very solid 3-1. Western Kentucky took a single game from Toledo on Friday night, but the Saturday and Sunday meetings were canceled due to inclement weather. Continue reading
The new MLB Network will be showing the MLB Urban Invitational game on Saturday. The first game between Bethune-Cookman and San Diego will start at 5pm Eastern time. The second game will feature San Diego State led by MLB legend Tony Gwynn taking on Southern University at 8:30pm. So if you are stuck home like I am in New England, these are some of the best games available on your cable provider. If you know of any free webcasts feel free to post a link to them in the comment section of this post.
It has been a long journey over the last eight months but here we are again with Opening Day of college baseball upon us. We already have one game in the books with Florida Gulf Coast defeating Central Michigan 4-3 behind a Brad Roberts eighth inning triple to drive in the winning run. (Full Recap available here.)
There are many questions around College Baseball this season. Does the ACC finally end their run of futility at the College World Series? The last title won by an ACC squad was in 1955 when Wake Forest grabbed the title.
What are your biggest questions this season?
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
The players on the field and the stadium they are playing in will both look a lot different this season for the University of Central Arkansas Bears baseball team.
UCA will be playing in a brand new stadium when they open the season at 3 p.m. on Friday against UT Martin. The Bears have been practicing in the new facility since early January and have watched the daily progress of their new home.
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I recently saw that Myles Brand who is the NCAA President has been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. He wrote the following letter to university presidents: Continue reading