The CBB finishes our countdown today with our number 1 player in the country. After evaluating every player in the country, we decided to select junior RHP Stephen Strasburg from San Diego State as the best player. Stephen is a native of San Diego who attended West Hills High School in Santee California. He ended […]
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Jim Schlossnagle sat down with GoFrogs.com the official website of TCU Sports to discuss fall workouts recently. He talks about why they had a different format for the fall world series this season with a long 15 game series which came down to the last game. He also talks about how he plans on replacing […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE LAS VEGAS – Behind the strong pitching of Matt Hutchison, the Black team earned another win on Wednesday in the Red-Black World Series, which is being played at Earl E. Wilson Stadium. Hutchison did not give up a hit in 3.1 innings of work as the Black team won 7-1, improving […]
With today being November 12th, We enter the first step for potential college baseball athletes in deciding on where they will play for the next 3-4 years. The next step will be to see where they get drafted in the MLB Draft in June and the final step will be to see if they make […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE SAN DIEGO – San Diego State Director of Athletics Jeff Schemmel today announced that Tony Gwynn has signed a new contract to continue as the Aztecs’ head baseball coach for the next three years. “Tony Gwynn is Mr. Aztec, and we are thrilled and proud to have him as our head […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE LAS VEGAS – UNLV baseball head coach Buddy Gouldsmith has announced that he has hired Jeff Prieto to fill out his 2009 staff as an assistant coach and he will oversee the infielders while working with the hitters, base runners and short game. He will also coach third base, set defenses […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE LAS VEGAS – A 17-day homestand to open the season and matchups with four teams that went to the NCAA Tournament, including hosting Pac-10 power Arizona, highlight the 2009 UNLV baseball schedule, which was announced by the athletics department Wednesday.
Rivals College Baseball Editor Kendall Rogers has put out some interesting articles over the last week. The first article focuses on some head coaches around the nation that have failed to live up to expectations. He lists South Florida’s Lelo Prado as disappointing in his first two years in Tampa. I tend to disagree with […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE The TCU Horned Frog baseball team is set to hold a exhibition game against UT-Arlington Saturday morning at Lupton Stadium. The teams are slated to play an 18-inning game beginning at 9 a.m. Admission is free. “This is a great opportunity for our players, especially the young ones, to get in […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE FORT WORTH, Texas – The TCU Baseball team released its 2009 schedule Tuesday morning. The 55-game slate features 27 home games, 15 contests against NCAA tournament teams and seven against Super Regional participants. The Frogs will also host the 2009 MWC Postseason Tournament for the second consecutive year.