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Anthony Rendon prepares for 2011 MLB Draft

By: Austin Staton
HOUSTON, Texas – His season didn’t pan out as it was scripted but Monday evening brings a new chapter to light in the illustrious career of Rice standout Anthony Rendon.

As the defending national player of the year and a two-time All-American honoree, Rendon entered his junior campaign as the consensus top position prospect for the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Continue reading Anthony Rendon prepares for 2011 MLB Draft

Draft or Doctor? South Florida’s Koscso Has Options

South Florida’s Jonathan Koscso isn’t hanging his fate on Monday’s MLB Draft. While the third baseman for South Florida loves baseball, he has other plans: medical school. Continue reading Draft or Doctor? South Florida’s Koscso Has Options

URI’s Peterson Silencing A-10 Batters After Two Years Away

When a student-athlete makes the difficult decision to transfer to another program, they must mentally prepare for having to sit out a season. University of Rhode Island starting pitcher Stephen Peterson prepared to sit out a year after leaving Marist, but then found himself out longer than he ever expected. Continue reading URI’s Peterson Silencing A-10 Batters After Two Years Away

CBD Quick Hits for April 26th

College Baseball Daily throughout the season will be providing our Quick Hits on games throughout the country. Special thanks to Brian Foley and Mark Rafferty for contributing to this report. As always, follow us on Twitter @CB_Daily for instant reaction and the best up to minute coverage on college baseball in the country. Continue reading CBD Quick Hits for April 26th

Vanderbilt’s Moore Takes Pride In Pitching

When Vanderbilt pitcher Navery Moore faced Tommy John surgery during his junior year of high school, he faced the prospect of having his favorite sport taken away from him.

“My injury, that surgery showed me how easily the game of baseball could be taken away, and it taught me how lucky I am to play,” recalls the Commodores’ junior right handed closer. “It was something to work through, and it taught me to have great pride in my pitching.”

Moore is taking a lot of pride in his pitching so far this season. With nine saves so far this season and a 0.42 ERA in 20 appearances, Moore has led Vanderbilt to a number two ranking in the latest polls. He may be getting the credit for shutting down his opponents late in the game, but Moore says that his entire pitching staff is pitching in. Continue reading Vanderbilt’s Moore Takes Pride In Pitching

CBD Quick Hits for April 22nd

College Baseball Daily throughout the season will be providing our Quick Hits on games throughout the country. Special thanks to William Knox and Mark Rafferty for contributing to these reports. As always, follow us on Twitter @CB_Daily for instant reaction and the best up to minute coverage on college baseball in the country. Continue reading CBD Quick Hits for April 22nd

Cal-State Fullerton Mid-Season Report

Cal-State Fullerton head coach Dave Serrano, outfielder Ivory Thomas, and pitcher/outfielder Tyler Pill recently sat down with CSF baseball contact Mike Greenlee to recap the first half of the season. You can check out the full video below.  Continue reading Cal-State Fullerton Mid-Season Report

Miami (FL)’s Chris Pelaez talks about Fall Practice

PelaezMiami(FL)Miami (FL) senior outfielder Chris Pelaez caught up with the Miami (FL) Media Relations department to give a video interview. He discusses his offseason workouts/training and expectations for the upcoming 2011 season. Last season, Pelaez ended the season second on the `Canes squad in batting average (.314) and hits (74), while finishing third in RBI (53). You can check out the full video interview below.

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Catching up with Miami (FL) outfielder Nathan Melendres

2010 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Head ShotsMiami (FL) outfielder Nathan Melendres recently caught up with the HurricanesSports.com to discuss fall practice, how he spent the summer, and his expectations for the 2011 season. Nathan hit ,301 last season playing in 61 games while hitting nine homers and driving in 35 runs. You can check out the full video interview with him below.

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