Here is your National Recap for April 4th. Nathan Kirby tosses No-Hitter as Virginia defeats Pitt 4-0 PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Nathan Kirby (So., Midlothian, Va.) threw a no-hitter in the No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team’s 4-0 victory at Pittsburgh Friday evening at Charles Cost Field. Kirby struck out 18 batters, one off the school and ACC single-game record, […]
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Andrew Morales still has not given up an earned run for UC Irvine, but it was a sacrifice that proved to be the difference in the ‘Eaters game. UC Santa Barbara had another strong showing with a split in Tucson, but both ranked SoCal teams struggled to put runs on the board Saturday. Find out how […]
A pair of underrated West Coast squads tried to make statements on Friday with UC Santa Barbara taking it to an Mississippi State while San Diego was one infield single away from taking down top 15 squad Oklahoma State twice in a doubleheader. USC and UCLA got off to troublesome starts in the “No-Longer-Dodgertown-Classic” weekend […]
Sunday’s action saw Cal Poly get a pivotal series-clinching win in the rubber game over UCLA 9-1. The victory was huge for the Mustangs, who dropped the first game on Friday only to show a lot of character and bounce back with two straight wins on the road to take the series. Offensively Nick Torres […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE The South Carolina Gamecocks are predicted to win the 2014 Southeastern Conference baseball championship by a slim one-vote margin, as voted by the league’s 14 baseball coaches in the 23rd annual preseason SEC poll. The Gamecocks, ranked No. 14 nationally in the preseason USA Today Coaches’ Poll, seek to capture their […]
SEC East Florida Gators 2013 record: 29-30 (14-16) Finish: Regionals (4th place, Bloomington) 2013 was a season of frustration and disappointment for a team coming off back to back to back College World Series appearances. Injuries decimated the Gators, and many even questioned whether they belonged in a regional after finishing one game over .500 […]
We continue the countdown today at number 39 with Mississippi State redshirt sophomore first baseman Wes Rea. The first baseman reminds people of the big hitters that LSU had back in the late 90’s as he checks in at 6’5 and 272 pounds.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Rising through the air on a beautiful February afternoon, the smell of the Left Field Lounge grills mixed with the sweet aroma of fresh cut grass at Dudy Noble Field will signify one thing: baseball is back.