We saw seven out of the Top 30 teams pick up losses on Wednesday. The biggest upsets took place in the Top 10 with Jacksonville State beating number 2 ranked Georgia and Western Carolina beating Georgia Tech. We have linked to each upset below. Continue reading Upset Wednesday??
Eaton led Miami to a weekend sweep of Buffalo in which the RedHawks scored 44 runs. The sophomore homered twice in game two of the series (game one of Saturday’s doubleheader) and scored four runs while driving in three runs. Eaton finished the week batting .500 (10-for-20), two homeruns, two triples, eight RBI’s and 10 runs scored. Continue reading MAC Players of the Week
Kyle Schurman has sent along the television listings for College Baseball games for April 17th-23rd. It lists the games on either National or Regional broadcasts. It also includes the DirecTV station that the game can be found, where applicable. If you know of another game on National or Regional TV, please send an email. Continue reading Television Listings for April 17th-April 23rd
The following is a sports column by Rick Cleveland from The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Miss.
Tickets for the Governor’s Cup Game at Trustmark Park Tuesday night were scaled from $10 to $28. This was for college baseball.
Don’t think those prices, in this bleak economy, scared anyone off. All were sold by Monday. The announced crowd was 7,458, standing room only. For a midweek game. That doesn’t count in the standings.
People ask me what have been the biggest changes in the 40-plus years I’ve covered sports in Mississippi: Continue reading Mississippi a baseball state
As you may already know, former Cal-State Fullerton Titans catcher Jon Wilhite was critically injured in the crash that took the life of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, as well as Fullerton Student Courtney Stewart and Wilhite’s friend Henry Pearson of Manhattan Beach. Jon’s condition has improved enough to be moved to serious condition, and is still hospitalized at UCI Medical Center. The outpouring of support to the Wilhite family has been enormous. Continue reading Trust Fund and Bracelets for Jon Wilhite
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Clemson’s Kyle Parker has been named Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Player of the Week, and Chris Dwyer has received Pitcher of the Week honors following recent game action that included seeing the Tigers take two of three games from fifth-ranked Miami.
Continue reading ACC Players of the Week
The Warning Track with Brian Foley checks in today with some of the best action from Friday night.
The first story of the night was Kent State’s Brad Stillings (TCBB 40th Best Player) twirling a nine inning no-hitter against Toledo as the Golden Flashes picked up a 1-0 victory over MAC rival Toledo. Stillings went nine innings without walking anyone and only a second inning error kept him from getting a perfect game. This game was only the 10th no-hitter in Golden Flash history.Full Recap of the game is available by clicking here. Continue reading The Warning Track with Brian Foley (April 11th)
Kyle Schurman has sent along the television listings for College Baseball games for April 10th-16th. It lists the games on either National or Regional broadcasts. It also includes the DirecTV station that the game can be found, where applicable. If you know of another game on National or Regional TV, please send an email. Continue reading Television Listings for April 10th-16th
As most of our readers know, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim starting pitcher Nick Adenhart was killed in a car crash early Thursday morning after having a tremendous outing against the Oakland A’s. His vechicle was hit by a suspected drunk driver which killed Nick Adenhart, Courtney Stewart, and Harry Pearson. The fourth person in the vehicle in Jon Wilhite who is currently in ICU but conscious. Wilhite played baseball for Cal-State Fullerton from 2004-2008. The reason I bring this to your attention is that Pearson and Wilhite are listed as members of our website’s Facebook group so they must have been fans of the site. Continue reading College Baseball Blog fans involved in Adenhart Crash
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
Fullerton, Calif. – Former Titan Jon Wilhite is in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit at UCI Medical Center recovering from injuries suffered in the early-morning hit-and-run accident that killed Los Angeles Angels’ pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others including Cal State Fullerton student Courtney Stewart.
Wilhite, with the Titans from 2004-2008, was a passenger in the car that was struck by a driver running a red light at the intersection of Orangethorpe Ave. and Lemon St. in Fullerton, Calif.