The Coastal Plain League announced today the rosters for the 2015 All-Star Game to be held in Florence, S.C. July 12-13 at Sparrow Stadium. This marks the 17th year the CPL has played an all-star game with last year’s being won by the West 7-5 in Morehead City, N.C.
Players are separated by division and will be competing in front over a large contingency of scouts as well as fans. Since the game is being played in the Florence RedWolves home ballpark, the West All-Stars will be the home team while the East All-Stars will serve as the visitors. Continue reading 2015 Coastal Plain League All-Star Game Rosters Announced
CARY, N.C. — Seth Romero (Houston) fanned six in four shutout innings and Bobby Dalbec (Arizona) belted his second home run of the summer, leading the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team to a 7-0 win over the Coastal Plains League Select team, on a steamy Wednesday afternoon at USA Baseball’s National Training Complex.
Team USA (2-3) jumped out to an early lead with two-run frames in the first, fourth and fifth innings, adding a run in the second frame. Continue reading TEAM USA OFFENSE EXPLODES IN 7-0 WIN OVER CPL SELECT
CARY, N.C. — Catcher Chris Okey (Clemson) caught three runners stealing and Bobby Dalbec (Arizona) belted an opposite-field home run, highlighting the second of the USA Collegiate National Team’s summer tour, a 7-5 loss to Peninsula of the Coastal Plains League, on a steamy Sunday night at the USA National Training Complex.
Team USA (1-1) played its second game of the summer tour and its second consecutive against a team from the Coastal Plains League, after dispatching Holly Springs in the summer opener on Saturday night, 3-1. Continue reading USA Baseball drops a 7-5 decision to CPL’s Peninsula
CARY, N.C. — Corey Ray (Louisville) set a new USA Collegiate National Team record with five stolen bases, reaching base safely in all five trips to the plate, highlighting the lid-lifter of the summer tour for the USA Collegiate National Team, a 3-1 eight-inning win over Holly Springs of the Coastal Plains League, on Saturday night at Coleman Field in the National Training Complex. Continue reading USA National Team defeats Holly Springs 3-1
College baseball fans,
I know I have been away for a while but I am back! First and foremost, what a NCAA tournament and College World Series it has been thus far! It’s hard to argue that baseball is the most exciting and suspenseful sport there is. When thinking about crazy baseball plays, games, or moments, there is one saying that I have heard many times that sums up the best way to look at it: “Gotta love it!” How could you not love it? I must admit my biased ways though being that I have played this sport my entire life. Even those who haven’t always played and who are just spectators watching this sport like every other must feel some sort of rush of brilliance while watching. Now that my rant about the perfectness of baseball is over, I’d like to give you all a look into how things have been going in Buies Creek and Holly Springs, NC. Continue reading 2015 CBD JOURNAL WITH CAMPBELL BASEBALL FOR JUNE 16TH
The Coastal Plain League proudly announced Michael Morrison and Gene Cone, both of the Florence RedWolves, have been named the 2014 CPL Players of the Year presented by 919 Marketing – with Morrison taking Pitcher of the Year honors and Cone earning Hitter of the Year. CPL head coaches voted on both individual awards. Continue reading Coastal Plain League releases 2014 Individual Awards
HAMPTON, Va. – The Peninsula Pilots rallied from a five-run deficit to defeat the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, 7-5, in front of a crowd of 3,312 on Sunday evening at War Memorial Stadium in Hampton, Va.
The U.S. outhit the Pilots, 9-6, in the contest but issued 10 free passes on the mound and committed three errors, leading to two costly unearned runs. The loss is Team USA’s first of the summer as its record drops to 6-1. Continue reading Peninsula Pilots defeat Team USA 7-5
COLUMBIA, S.C. – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team scored six runs over the final three innings to break a close game open late as it defeated the Columbia Blowfish of the Coastal Plain League, 9-1, on Thursday evening at Capital City Stadium. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Columbia Bluefish 9-1
We continue the countdown today with number 75, Catawba pitcher John Tuttle. In his junior season with the Indians, Tuttle went 10-4 and his 82.2 innings pitched was good for 2nd best on the staff. After a successful sophomore campaign, Tuttle had high expectations for the 2013 season and he did not disappoint. Posting a 3.92 ERA the right-hander also had 78 strikeouts which were good for 2nd highest on the team and his 18 walks was a career low for the pitcher. Continue reading Top 100 Countdown: 75. John Tuttle (Catawba)
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HICKORY, N.C. – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team racked up 16 hits and scored nine runs to take a 9-2 victory over Catawba Valley Monday night. Five Team USA pitchers combined to hold the Stars to one hit in the game.
NC State’s Carlos Rodon (1-0) made an impressive debut on the mound, retiring all six batters he faced. Tyler Beede (Vanderbilt) allowed two runs on one hit in four-plus innings. He walked five and struck out five. Nick Burdi (Louisville) came on with runners on the corners in the seventh and struck out two around a sacrifice fly. Daniel Mengden (Texas A&M) retired all five batters he faced and Chris Diaz (Miami, Fla.) struck out the lone batter he faced. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Catawba Valley 9-2