Following yesterday’s announcement that Lazer Collazo was facing charges in regards to Biogensis scandal, College Baseball Daily has received numerous emails from around the country that he was still trying to get back into the college game as he was sending out resumes as recently as June 2014. Continue reading Lazer Collazo was LOOKING FOR A JOB NOW
Former Miami (FL) pitching coach Lazaro “Lazer” Collazo was charged with supplying steroids to high school aged players in the Biogensis scandal today. He was not arrested due to the fact he is in the hospital after breaking up a fight between two dogs.
The Miami Herald reports that Lazer was charged with supplying steroid concoctions to high school athletes for between $240 and $800 to persuade them to use Anthony Bosch’s clinic. The other people arrested on Tuesday included Bosch, Alex Rodriguez’s cousin and others.
On Friday, The Greenville News reported that the renovations scheduled for Clemson’s Doug Kingsmore Stadium has been delayed due to a discrepancy in the cost of the project. Continue reading Clemson’s Kingsmore Stadium Renovations Delayed
Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Head baseball coach Mike Gambino announced on Thursday that Rhode Island head coach Jim Foster will join the coaching ranks as the associate head coach at Boston College. Foster, who will be the Eagles’ pitching coach, as well as work with the catchers, brings 12 years of experience to the Heights. Continue reading Boston College announces Former URI coach Jim Foster as Assistant
As we have been reporting for the last couple of years, the Miami Hurricanes baseball program has been the center attention for PED use in the college game. From former Miami, FL and Houston Cougars second baseman Frankie Ratcliff arrested with PED’s to strength coach being arrested, Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez connections to the Canes baseball program, do I need to continue? I even wrote a long piece on how Miami needed to stop grandstanding and do something with the program. A new book called Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to End Baseball’s Steroid Era details the connections to the Hurricanes Baseball program. Here are some highlights from an excerpt published by The Miami New Times.
LUBBOCK, Texas — The National College Baseball Hall of Fame is proud to announce Trea Turner as the 2014 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year.
The North Carolina State junior had an impressive .321 batting average with 12 doubles, three triples, eight home runs, 36 RBIs and a .962 fielding percentage. Continue reading NC State’s Trea Turner wins 2014 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award
OMAHA, Neb. – An 8th inning home run by John Norwood helped Vanderbilt make history on Wednesday evening, as the Commodores defeated Virginia, 3-2, in Game Three of the 2014 Men’s College World Series Finals, claiming its first NCAA National Championship in baseball.
In the 9th inning on Tuesday night, Mike Papi of Virginia was caught in a run down between third base and home. Papi retreated to third base where he barreled into a Vanderbilt Tyler Campbell clearly lowering his shoulder. The video is included below. Continue reading CBD Editorial: The Mike Papi Incident at the CWS
OMAHA, Neb. – Virginia’s hot hitting continued in Game Two of the 2014 College World Series Finals, as the Cavaliers defeated Vanderbilt, 7-2, to tie the series at one-all on Monday.
With the win, Virginia (53-15) forced a Game Three in the series and brought its CWS Finals’ hit total to 28 combined over the last two games. Vanderbilt (50-21) will look to rebound in the series finale.
Both squads are searching for their first NCAA Championship in baseball.
OMAHA, Neb. – Vanderbilt took advantage of five walks, a hit by pitch and an error in a nine-run third inning and then held off a feisty Virginia club to pick up a 9-8 victory in Game One of the College World Series Finals Monday night.