Here are some of the best links from around the nation for today.
The first article comes from The Illinois Baseball Report which has an interview with Illinois shortstop Brandon Wikoff. The next article comes from Big12Sports.com which has an excellent article on Kansas State ace A.J. Morris who recently beat Texas and currently has a 10-0 record and a 1.27 ERA. Ohio.com has an article talking about the Diamond Classic for Kids between Kent State and Akron. The next article comes from The Marietta Daily Journal which talks about Southern Poly’s Sean Teague perfect game which he tossed against Reinhardt last week. The final article talks about the University of British Columbia victory over Lewis-Clark State 11-2 last night. Continue reading Links from Around the Nation→
Here are some of the best links about College Baseball for today.
The first article comes from The Daily Cal which previews the California-UC Davis game that will take place tonight. The next article comes from The Arkansas Democrat Gazette which looks at Arkansas three game losing streak. CBB contributor Bob Broughton checks in with an article on the University of British Columbia baseball program that was posted on The Canadian Baseball Network. The final article comes from the New York Times which looks at walk-ons in College Baseball. Continue reading Links from Around the Nation→
#1 Oklahoma City swept a three-game series against Rogers State, and defeated Calumet. The Stars are now 22-1, but they get their first serious challenge of the season with a series at #17 Wayland Baptist March 15-16.
#2 Lee swept Emmanuel, but trailed Trevecca Nazarene 8-6 after 6 1/2 innings. The Flames closed to 8-7 in the bottom of the seventh on an RBI single by Junior Rodriguez. The winning run came in the bottom of the eighth on an RBI single by Julian Alvarez. The Flames then lost their second game of the season while splitting a double-header with Milligan (Johnson City, TN). The loss was 2-1, and the winning run was scored when Spencer Street was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.
#1 Oklahoma City lost their first game of the Season on March 2, but it took 13 innings to do it. The loss was 4-3 to Iowa Wesleyan, who is 9-6. Starter Jorge Martinez pitched ten innings for Iowa Wesleyan, allowed 13 hits, but only three runs. Hector Acevedo held the Stars to two hits over the remaining three innings. Edwin Jimenez hit a sacrifice fly to bring in the winning run.
The Stars are now 18-1. They play a Rogers State team that is 10-6 away-and-home March 5 and 7.
#2 Lee is 18-1, but they trailed going into the bottom of the ninth at Tennessee Temple on March 3. The Flames ended up winning 10-6 in ten innings. Elvis Sosa is hitting .508 with eight home runs for the Flames. Matthew Gilson is 3-0, 0.46 ERA. Next up for the Flames is Emmanuel March 6-7. They get a stiffer test against Trevecca Nazarene on March 10. Continue reading NAIA recap for March 5→
Team Canada got brilliant pitching performances from Brooks McNiven (British Columbia), Jonathan Lockwood (Louisiana Tech), Rheal Cormier, and Tim Burton. They held The Netherlands to two hits, and got a 4-0 win.
McNiven, the starter, went six innings, and didn’t allow a hit until the sixth inning. The Netherlands’ only other hit came off Burton in the ninth, but Burton struck out the other three batters he faced. Continue reading Canada gets second Olympic win→