Arizona State is selected to win the Pac-10 this year, but as Head Coach Pat Murphy points out, “We might have the least experience of any team in college baseball.” (East Valley Tribune) Also, here’s a preview of this weekend’s tilt against University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. (Pitchfork Nation) Continue reading Pac-10 Roundup: Arizona State reloads, Gerrit Cole to debut for Bruins
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With a combination of a favorable home schedule, one of the nation’s top players and the return of almost the entire pitching staff, the USC baseball team has every reason to be optimistic for the 2009 season. Head coach Chad Kreuter begins his third season at USC with five returning starting position players, headlined by junior All-America shortstop Grant Green, and losing just two members of the pitching staff. Continue reading 2009 Southern Cal Season Preview
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Arizona State has been chosen as the favorite to win this year’s Pac-10 baseball title, according to a vote of the league’s coaches.
The Sun Devils received three of 10 first-place votes, earning 69 points overall. UCLA also received three first-place votes and 67 total points for the No. 2 spot, while Stanford was picked third with one first-place vote, totaling 64 points. Rounding out the top five was Oregon State, which nabbed two first-place votes and 58 points overall, and Arizona grabbed the final first-place vote for a total 56 points. Continue reading 2009 Pac-10 Preseason Coaches Poll
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College Baseball coaches from San Diego to Santa Barbara, including Northridge Head Coach Steve Rousey, convened at the ESPN Zone in Anaheim Saturday morning to show off their skills and creativity.
Their tools of choice however were not a glove, a baseball, or a bat but a skillet, a spatula, and a number of ingredients at their disposal as participants in the inaugural Baseball Cooking Challenge.
Continue reading Competition Heats Up Between Southern Cal Coaches
PGCrosschecker.com writer Patrick Ebert has put together his 2009 All-American Team. The players that are included on the list took part in previous Perfect Game events. He has Missouri catcher Trevor Coleman behind the plate with Rich Poythress of Georgia at first base. Kyle Seager of North Carolina and Grant Green of Southern Cal are the second base and shortstop selections respectively. Chris Dominguez is the selection at third base as he is having a great career with Louisville. Continue reading PGCrosschecker releases 2009 All-American Team
The CBB continues our countdown to the 2009 College Baseball season with the Top 50 players to watch in the season. We will be providing one player each day (Monday-Saturday) until we reach number 1. We continue our list today with junior shortstop Grant Green of Southern Cal. Continue reading CBB Top 50 Countdown: Number 2 Grant Green (USC)
The CBB continues our countdown to the 2009 College Baseball season with our Top 50 players to watch. We will be providing one player each day (Monday-Saturday) until we reach number 1.
We continue the list today with Junior righthanded pitcher Brad Boxberger from Southern Cal checking in at the 41st spot in our countdown. He is a 6′2 195 pound righty from Foothill High School and Tustin California. Continue reading CBB Top 50 Countdown: Number 41 Brad Boxberger (USC)
The CBB continues our countdown to the 2009 College Baseball season with our Top 50 players to watch. We will be providing one player each day until we reach number 1.
We continue the list today with number 49 Robert Stock of Southern California. He is a 6-1, 190 pound junior catcher out of Agoura High School and from Westlake Village, California. Continue reading CBB Top 50 Countdown: Number 49 Robert Stock (USC)
Rivals editor Kendall Rogers has put out two strong articles recently. The first one focuses on North Carolina head coach Mike Fox. He talks about how the expectations have risen in the program over the last three years with the amount of success they have had. Continue reading Rivals Links for October 13th
USA Today has put out an interesting article about High School players leaving school at the end of the fall semester for the start of the college semester in the spring. The reason why we are seeing this is the fact that the player will be eligible to play in the 2009 season. The biggest recent name to do this was Robert Stock out of Southern California. Continue reading HS Players heading to College early?