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Texas adds two more Transfers

The University of Texas Baseball squad had two transfers from the West Coast enroll in classes for the fall semester. The pair, both infielders, includes David Hernandez from Fresno State University and Michael Torres from the University of Southern California. Hernandez will be a sophomore in 2008. He played in 35 games for Fresno State […]

Tulane gets three transfers for 2008

The Tulane Baseball team picked up three transfers this summer to hopefully lead the Green Wave back to the upper echelon of college baseball. The first transfer is shortstop Josh Prince (Texas) who hit .371 in 35 games for the Longhorns in 2007. Left-handed pitcher Matt Petition (UNC) heads to New Orleans after appearing in […]

Texas brings in 16 for 2008

This is the list and below I added some info on some of them. Name, Pos.; Hometown (School)Brandon Belt, LHP/OF; Lufkin, Texas (San Jacinto College)Bobby Buckner, 2B/SS; Boise, Idaho (Boise)Garrett Clyde, RHP/IF; Humble, Texas (San Jacinto College)Runey Davis, OF; Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown)Kawika Emsley-Pai, C; Bothell, Wash. (Jackson)Cole Green, RHP; Coppell, Texas (Coppell)Kevin Keyes, OF; Pflugerville, […]

D-Rays Set Record In Landing Big Fish

Mo Patton of the Tennessean is reporting that David Price will receive a record $11.25 Million package over six years, surpassing the “Prior” record of $10.4 Million over six years between Mark Prior and the Cubs. The son of two Vanderbilt alums, Prior also pitched in Nashville as a Freshman before transferring to USC for […]

Texas Longhorns Summer League Recap

It was a busy summer for Texas Baseball as 23 current Longhorns and four newcomers stayed active with summer action throughout the country. Twenty-two players participated in collegiate summer leagues, while Jordan Danks spent the summer touring with the U.S. National Baseball Team. Danks, who struggled early at the plate, rebounded to be one of […]

Cuba ends Team USA’s summer

Courtesy of USA BaseballROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS— Cuba (8-0 WPT) ran the table on the rest of the World Port Tournament, eliminating Team USA (25-12, 4-4 WPT) from the finals and ending their summer, following a 5-1 victory. The Cubans will take on Chinese Taipei, who also beat the USA twice over the last 10 days, in […]

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