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College baseball’s regal rivalry: Mississippi State vs. LSU

College football has Ohio State and Michigan, Texas and Oklahoma, Auburn and Alabama, and every “state” rivalry possible.

College basketball has Duke and North Carolina, Kentucky and Louisville, UCLA and Arizona.

Storied rivalries all in their respective sports. In college baseball there are many great rivalries within conferences. Mississippi State against Louisiana State might be the best of the bunch, with it’s fervent and fevered fandoms that, when the games are over, can act like southern gentlemen. Continue reading

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2014 NCAA REGIONAL PROJECTIONS (APRIL 8)

The 2014 College Baseball season is in full swing but it is never too early to take a look at the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament. These are our latest look at the projections at what the tournament bracket will look like if the tournament started today. All questions and comments can be discussed in the section below the post. Continue reading

Tulane’s Rick Jones to miss rest of 2014 Season

FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
RickJonesNEW ORLEANS – Due to an illness that has sidelined him for the last 10 games, Tulane baseball head coach Rick Jones will miss the remainder of the 2014 season under doctor’s orders, announced Tulane Director of Athletics Rick Dickson on Monday.

Jones’ illness is not considered life-threatening, and his situation will be reevaluated at the end of the year.

“Due to Coach Jones’ continued health concerns, we believe it is in his best interest to take a break from baseball and continue his treatments at this time,” Dr. Greg Stewart said. Continue reading

Video of the Day: Rare Triple Play in Division 3 Game

This weekend featured one of the rarest plays that I have ever seen in baseball with the old fashioned 9-3-2 triple play as Greensboro turned it against Maryville. The last laugh would come to Maryville as they won the game 5-4 in 12 innings. CBD’s Shotgun Spratling previously played for Maryville back in the day. You can check out the video of the play before. Continue reading