College Baseball Insider recently posted an interview with Vermont dual sport athlete Justin Milo. He is a hockey player during the winter and trades his skates for spikes after the Frozen Four when he joins the baseball squad. At the time of the interview, he was tied for third in scoring on the nationally ranked hockey squad. Last season in baseball, Milo had a .328 average with six homers and 40 RBI in 50 games. Continue reading CBI talks to Justin Milo (Vermont)
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Seminole baseball is just 32 days from opening day.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State Baseball is gearing up for what looks to be an exciting season in 2009. Following a run to the College World Series last year, the Seminoles hope to make a return trip to Omaha in ’09 returning 18 letterwinners, including five position starters, while welcoming 13 newcomers.
To provide fans with an inside look into the 2009 season, Seminoles.com is featuring daily highlights including interviews with all 33 players as well as a preview for the upcoming season as we count down the days to first pitch on Friday, February 20 against Hofstra.
Continue reading Countdown To First Pitch: Q & A With Ryan Vigue
The South Alabama Media Relations department recently sat down with Senior RHP Miles Ethridge. He enters his second season with the Jaguars after starting his career at Young Harris before transferring to North Florida Community College. Last season he was used in relief in all 25 appearances where he went 2-1. He talks in the interview about his experiences with Young Harris and North Florida Community College among other things. Continue reading South Alabama talks with Miles Ethridge
SoonerSports.com is doing a great feature on the incoming players for the Oklahoma Sooners baseball program in 2009. They check in on Mehdi Djebbar who is a transfer from Seminole State College for the last two seasons. He was able to accumulate a 4-2 record with a 2.88 ERA last season at Seminole State. He enters the Sooners program with two years of eligibility remaining. He was a 20th round selection in the 2006 MLB Draft but decided to enter the college ranks. Continue reading OU Video Feature on Mehdi Djebbar
Baseball Digest Daily Podcaster Eric SanInocencio recently talked with current Missouri pitcher Aaron Crow who recently turned down a multi-million dollar deal with the Washington Nationals. He was the ninth overall selection in the 2008 draft but could not come to terms thus the reason why he will be playing with the independent league Fort Worth Cats. Crow has picked up many national awards including being named the 2008 Roger Clemens award winner as the top collegiate pitcher. Crow’s stock skyrocketed last summer with an impressive Cape Cod League All-Star game where he hit 98 MPH and an impressive junior season which saw him go 13-0 with a 2.35 ERA. He also struck out 127 batters in 107.1 innings of work. Continue reading Baseball Digest Daily checks in with Aaron Crow
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: Continue reading Pitchfork Nation Checks in with Brett Wallace
The College Baseball Blog recently had a chance to ask Sawyer Carroll who is the top hitter on the Kentucky Wildcat baseball team and among the best players in the SEC. The Wildcats are currently 21-2 overall with a conference mark of 4-2 in the tough SEC. Carroll is leading the team in many offensive categories including a .481 average, seven homers, and 33 RBI. Carroll was an 18th round pick in the 2007 MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals but decided to return for his senior season which has been a great decision based on the numbers he has put up during the early portion of the season. Continue reading CBB Interview with Sawyer Carroll (Kentucky)