As we’re now just past the halfway mark of the 2013 college baseball season, College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to Selection Monday with our latest 2013 Regional Projections.
For this week’s projections, instead of being solely compiled based on RPI like they have been done in past weeks, every aspect was taken into consideration. College Baseball Daily’s Ginger Poulson (@gingerpoulson) compiled this list after analyzing RPI, overall records, conference standings, overall talent and several other factors. If you have any questions about the projections feel free to leave a comment below or send her a tweet.
Enjoy the regional projections!
Here are some of the top performances and highlights on the day. We will be providing daily articles as often as possible this season. If you know of an outstanding performance we might miss, feel free to send us an email by clicking here.
UPDATED ON Jan. 9th at 1:30AM
The Indiana Daily Student Paper reports that Hoffman was charged with a Class C felony of drug dealing, according to state case records.
Hoffman was arrested on Dec. 8, 2012, in Bloomington on suspicions of distributing marijuana, salvia, hash oil or other synthetic cannabinoid substance. Charges were filed on Friday at Monroe Circuit Court 5.
Indiana senior relief pitcher Jonny Hoffman has been removed from the team roster according to a press release sent out by Indiana Media Relations for a violation of team standards. Hoffman appeared in 29 games last season for the Hoosiers with eight wins and five saves. Continue reading
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The 2013 Indiana Baseball schedule is virtually complete with just a few `to-be-determined’ opponents during the annual spring break trip to be filled in soon. Head Coach Tracy released the Hoosier docket this week. Continue reading
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HYANNIS, Mass. – Most Valuable Player Phil Ervin (Samford), Top Pitcher and Outstanding Pro Prospect Sean Manaea (Indiana St.) and Batting Champion Patrick Biondi (Michigan) top the list of players selected to the Cape Cod Baseball League Post-Season All-League Team. Continue reading
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Southpaw Sean Manaea (Indiana State) of the Hyannis Harbor Hawks turned in another brilliant pitching performance that earned him a starting spot on the mound for the Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star game Saturday in Harwich and the Coca Cola Pitcher of the Week. Continue reading
Here is your Cape Cod Baseball League Recap for June 14th.
Cotuit Kettleers 3 Hyannis Harbor Hawks 2
Michigan’s Patrick Biondi went 2-2 with a run scored and two runs driven in to lead Cotuit to a 3-2 win over Hyannis. Continue reading
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Park Ridge, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference announced on Friday the sites for its 2013 and 2014 baseball tournaments. The 2013 Big Ten Baseball Tournament will be held at Target Field in Minneapolis, the home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins, marking the first time that the event will be held at a Major League Baseball facility. The 2014 tournament will be held at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., the site of the NCAA Division I Men’s College World Series.
The Big Ten Baseball Tournament has been played as a neutral-site event in Columbus, Ohio, since 2009. The event was held at Huntington Park, the home of the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, in 2009 and 2011 and will be played at that ballpark May 23-26, 2012. The tournament was held at Ohio State’s Bill Davis Stadium in 2010. Prior to 2009, the Big Ten Baseball Tournament was played at the site of the regular-season champion or the champion from a pre-selected division, with the exception of 1993 and 1994, when it was held in Battle Creek, Mich.
LOS ANGELES — The Indiana Hoosiers held Loyola Marymount to only three hits in a 3-1 win Thursday afternoon at Page Stadium. The Lions have struggled throughout the season on offense.
After the game, I talked with head coach Jason Gill, who called the Lions’ hitting woes “a disease.” Gill talked about the offensive woes as well as the reasoning behind having Aaron Griffin in the bullpen: Continue reading
LOS ANGELES — Joey DeNato was lights out Thursday afternoon at Page Stadium. The diminutive sophomore southpaw pitched a complete-game, three-hitter to help Indiana to a 3-1 victory over Loyola Marymount.
After allowing a pair of hits and needing a play at the plate to end the first inning, DeNato sat down 15 consecutive Lion batters. He allowed a walk and a double to lead off the seventh inning, but then got the final nine outs in succession.
After the game, I talked with DeNato and Hoosiers head coach Tracy Smith. Both talked about the importance of DeNato’s performance with Indiana playing eight games in eight days. DeNato, a San Diego native, talked about being able to see family and friends and staying at home during the Hoosiers’ West Coast road trip: Continue reading