We need some help for the 2013 season as we are a little over 50 days until the start of the season as we are going through a little bit of a reorganization. I am in the process of taking a back seat over the next year and a half as I have decided to focus on my education as I will begin an MBA program in January and expect to graduate in the spring of 2014. Read the rest of this entry »
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College Baseball Daily would like to wish all our readers a Happy New Year. We have many exciting stories coming up during the 2012 season as conference previews will begin to be posted in mid January and our countdown to the number 1 player in the country will be rounding down before the start of the season. Read the rest of this entry »
College Baseball Daily is currently looking for players to do our player blogs for the 2011-2012 season. Last season, we had an outstanding group led by Vanderbilt’s Drew Fann. This season we have had only one commitment for the season in URI’s Mike Le Bel and currently looking for a couple of more players who are looking to get some experience in writing and want to use their creative skills. Since I also contribute to Inside Lacrosse, I thought I would share probably the best player blogger in the history of the industry in Michigan’s Pat Stansik who went above and beyond anything I could imagine. I highly recommend checking out his last blog which is available by clicking here.
Wait, you don’t play? We are also looking for game reporters to supplement our coverage this year which could include features, game coverage, or other projects throughout the season. Read the rest of this entry »
I am proud to announce that College Baseball Daily will be starting a newsletter with our readers. We will use it to connect with our readers on some of the biggest news with the site and upcoming features. Some examples of what will be on the newsletter are contests, upcoming features, and links to preorder our 2012 CBD Season Preview Magazine. You can sign up to get on the distribution list below. Read the rest of this entry »
Since today is opening day, I wanted to take this chance to remind you that we will be using our Twitter page throughout the year to share scores and stories from around the nation in real time rather then post all the little updates on the site. You can check out our twitter page @CB_Daily where all the writers from CBD will be tweeting throughout the season.
As the year 2010 winds down, we look back on some of the best stories from the past year. Here are my Top Ten Articles from the past year on College Baseball Daily. Read the rest of this entry »
I wanted to take this chance to say thanks to all our great fans of this site since we started back in 2005. Over the last year, we have seen great growth with the excellent staff that I have been able to add this year with Kat Cornetta and William Knox both joining us as senior writers. Both of them have been able to expand our coverage areas and bring some different opinions to the site.
College Baseball Daily’s staff is currently putting together our 2011 season preview magazine which will be released in early January. We haven’t decided yet if we are going to make it a free publication or charge for access. I know most of our readers do not like to be paying for access to college baseball information but there is a ton of information that will be included from conference previews for every conference to our preseason All-American teams. Read the rest of this entry »
I know some of our users might know about this already but The College Baseball Blog will no longer exist. We went through a domain name change over the weekend as the site will now be known as College Baseball Daily. The new domain is now (collegebaseballdaily.com) and we were able to bring over all of our previous posts from the previous domain. Please update your bookmarks to reflect the name change. The Twitter feed has also changed to CB_Daily. Sadly, we are not able to change the Facebook page’s name so it will still be the same. There will be a new logo made in the next week to reflect the name change.
I have made several changes to the site over the last week or so to make it much easier for our readers to comment on articles. We have decided to use Disqus which allows our readers to comment on Twitter, Facebook, Disqus, OpenID, and Yahoo. If you have any of these accounts, you may comment using your login for the respective service.
Since we are now in the dead time of the college baseball season, I thought this would be a good chance to update the writers on the state of The College Baseball Blog. We have experienced immense amount of growth since our old blogger site back in 2005. We moved over to the current domain back in November of 2007.