The marquee collegiate summer league all-star game will take place on July 28th from Fenway Park in Boston Massachusetts with the Cape Cod Baseball League All Star Game. The Cape Cod Baseball League recently announced the 2010 All-Star Game rosters which feature some of the best pro prospects for the 2011 MLB Draft. The College Baseball Blog will have a Live Blog from the game with TCBB Senior Writer Katherine Cornetta joining TCBB editor Brian Foley in covering the event. You can sign up for a reminder about the Live Blog/Chat by clicking here. The full press release from the Cape Cod Baseball League is included below.
Here are the Top Performers in the Cape Cod Baseball League for July 2nd. Oklahoma State’s Mark Ginther had the best night at the plate grabbing two hits in two plate appearances while hitting a homer and scoring two runs. The pitching as always was excellent with Baylor’s RHP Logan Verrett tossing seven no-hit innings for Chatham. Full listing of top performers below with box scores.
Here are some of the Cape Cod Baseball League Top Performers from June 25th. We will do this through the rest of the summer for the CCBL.
3B Matt Skole, Falmouth Commodores (Georgia Tech) 2-4 with 2 Doubles, 2 RBI
3B Paul Hoilman, Cotuit Keetlers (East Tennessee) 3-4 with 3 Doubles, 1 RBI
LF Alex Dickerson, Wareham Gatemen (Indiana) 2-3 with Double, HR, 3 RBI
2B Kolten Wong, Orleans Firebirds (Hawaii) 2-4 with a HR, 2 RBI Continue reading
Vanderbilt 7 Louisville 0
LOUISVILLE , Ky.— Junior southpaw Richie Goodenow, in his first start of the year and just the second start in 68 career outings, held Louisville to only two hits and faced just two over the minimum to lead Vanderbilt to a 7-0 win Sunday afternoon at the NCAA Louisville Regional.
For the second straight year, the Commodores (44-18) will force a second championship game against the Cardinals (50-13) Monday night at 5 p.m. CT/ 6 p.m. ET, with the winner advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals.
Louisville 7 Vanderbilt 1
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Fueled by strong pitching from Matt Koch and Neil Holland, and a key three-run homer in the first inning by Phil Wunderlich, the No. 7 national seed Louisville baseball team powered into the championship game of the 2010 NCAA Regional with a 7-1 win over 17th-ranked Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon at Jim Patterson Stadium.
With the win, Louisville improves to 50-12 overall and will play on Sunday at 4 p.m. ET at Jim Patterson Stadium against the winner of Sunday’s noon elimination game between Vanderbilt (42-18) and Illinois State. Saturday’s win also clinched the first 50-win season in Louisville baseball history. Tickets are still available for Sunday’s NCAA Regional games and can be purchased in person at Jim Patterson Stadium starting at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday.
Here is your Louisville Regional Recap for the first day of action.
Louisville 11 St. Louis 2
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Senior first baseman Andrew Clark and sophomore second baseman Ryan Wright each hit home runs to lead the No. 7 Louisville baseball team to an 11-2 win over Saint Louis during Friday’s opening day of action at the NCAA Regional at Jim Patterson Stadium.
With the win, the top-seeded Cardinals (49-12) advance to the winner’s bracket game against No. 2 seeded Vanderbilt, an 8-7 winner in 13 innings over No. 3 Illinois State. First pitch for the Cardinals and Commodores is set for 4 p.m. ET on Saturday and single game tickets will be available at Jim Patterson Stadium on Saturday morning.
The Louisville Cardinals will be hosting a NCAA Baseball Regional this weekend which features the host Cardinals as the number 1 seed, Vanderbilt as the two seed, Illinois State as the three seed, and St. Louis rounds out the bracket as the four seed.
The first article comes from Omaha-World Herald which previews the game between Creighton and Nebraska which will be the final matchup between the two schools at Rosenblatt Stadium. The other article comes from the Gannett-Louisiana which talks about how the 7th place in the SEC LSU Tigers are struggling for answers with them losing 14 out of their last 16 games. The Tigers will be back in action on Wednesday when they visit Tulane for their final non-conference game of the season. Ryan Eshoff of The Daily Bruin previews the UCSB-UCLA matchup tonight as the Bruins look to continue their recent run of success. You can check out both articles after the jump.