College Baseball Daily has learned that Dave Perno has been dismissed as head coach at Georgia. The story first appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution before being confirmed by CBD sources. Read the rest of this entry »
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2013 college baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be adding players day-by-day until we get to number one!
Number 22 on our Top 100 Countdown is Georgia’s Kyle Farmer. The 6’0 shortstop from Atlanta, Georgia was selected in the 35th round by the New York Yankees in the 2012 MLB Draft. Read the rest of this entry »
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The Arkansas Razorbacks are predicted to win the 2013 Southeastern Conference baseball championship, as voted by the league’s 14 baseball coaches in the 22nd annual preseason SEC poll.
The Razorbacks, ranked No. 1 nationally in the preseason USA Today Coaches’ Poll, seek to capture their third SEC Championship and first since 2004. Arkansas returns five position starters and 10 pitchers from its 2012 squad which advanced to the College World Series semifinals. Read the rest of this entry »
The South Carolina streak came to an end last season as the Arizona Wildcats overpowered Ray Tanner’s squad en route to a national championship, booting the SEC from the spotlight of college baseball. The East is stacked again this year though, with Vanderbilt, Carolina, Kentucky, and Florida all in the top 15. Read the rest of this entry »
Georgia freshman pitcher Kyle Carter has decided to transfer to a junior college according to an article from WTVM.com. Carter was suspended by Georgia head coach David Perno for the first 18 games of the 2013 season after being arrested in November for charges of public intoxication and underage possession of alcohol. Read the rest of this entry »
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2013 college baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.
Number 91 on our Top 100 Countdown is Georgia’s Hunter Cole. The 6’1 Moore, South Carolina native was a 49th-round pick by the Washington Nationals in the 2011 MLB draft. Read the rest of this entry »
Georgia coach David Perno’s squad saw their ups and downs last season, concluding with a 31-26 record and an 8-seed in the SEC baseball tournament after finishing fifth-best in the East division. The Bulldogs, who entered last season making two regionals in three seasons, missed out on postseason baseball after a combination of inconsistent play and some injuries. But Perno’s squad has added what the coach thinks could be one of the best classes in school history, and the future looks bright in Athens. Read the rest of this entry »
The 56-game college baseball season begins Feb. 15. Georgia will start with a road series against Georgia Southern. However, the Bulldogs will play 14 of their first 17 games at Foley Field. Georgia’s home opener will be Feb. 20 against Kennesaw State. Read the rest of this entry »
SAN DIEGO — The high school All-Americans representing the East squad fell 7-6 Sunday night in the Perfect Game All-American Classic at Petco Park.
Georgia commit Clint Frazier helped the East squad jump out to an early 6-1 lead. He got the East on the board first with a line drive sacrifice fly in the first inning. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound five-tool outfielder singled, stole a base and scored in the fourth inning on Mississippi State football commit Corder Sandberg’s two run single to right field.
Frazier later added another RBI when he one-hopped the centerfield fence with another laser shot, but it wasn’t enough. The West rallied for six runs in the sixth and seventh innings and the East squandered scoring chances, having two runners thrown out at home plate.
There was plenty of action in the game and we were there to capture it. Check out the top 20 shots of the East squad:
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SAN DIEGO — Ryan Boldt didn’t have much to say Sunday night when San Diego Padre great Trevor Hoffman presented him with the 2012 Perfect Game All-American Classic MVP Award. It didn’t matter; his play had already said plenty.
The lanky 6-foot-1 centerfielder from Red Wing, Minnesota finished 2-for-3 with a triple to help the West squad secure a come-from-behind 7-6 victory at Petco Park Sunday night.
Boldt showed off his wheels roaming the spacious Petco outfield and when he slid into third base (pictured above) with an easy triple on a smash down the left field line.
“I try to use my speed as much as I can,” the Nebraska commit said. “I just try to put the ball in play and run as much as I can.” Read the rest of this entry »
Here is your SEC Probable Pitchers for this weekend series. Read the rest of this entry »