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Email Aaron/Follow @aaronfitt
Aaron Fitt is an editor and national writer for D1Baseball.com. During his decade on the college beat at Baseball America, he covered 10 College World Series. A New England native, Fitt spent three years in Southern California covering college baseball before returning to Durham, N.C., in 2013.
Email Kendall/Follow @kendallrogersd1
Kendall Rogers is a national writer and editor for D1Baseball.com. Previously at Perfect Game USA and Yahoo! Sports, Rogers has over a decade of experience covering college baseball. The Lufkin, Texas, native is a graduate of Texas A&M University, and currently resides in Houston, Texas.
Mark Etheridge (South)
Email Mark/Follow @ethmark
Mark Etheridge has covered college baseball for newspapers and various web outlets since 1999. He spent 11 years at SEBaseball.com managing the staff content and became a respected voice inside the sport. A graduate of Livingston (AL) University, Mark resides in Daphne, Alabama.
Eric Sorenson (West Coast/National)
Michael Baumann (Midwest/Northeast)
Email Michael/Follow @MJ_Baumann
Michael Baumann is a contributor to D1Baseball.com and Grantland, and the author of Philadelphia Phenoms: The Most Amazing Athletes to Play in the City of Brotherly Love. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, and is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Temple University.
Dustin McComas (Southwest/Heartland)
Email Dustin/Follow @DMcComasOB
After realizing he was a 5-10 right-hander that couldn’t throw in the low 90’s consistently, Dustin McComas gave up baseball, and transferred from Louisiana Tech to Texas, where he graduated in 2009. He started as an intern at Orangebloods.com on the baseball beat in 2006, and this will be his 10th season covering the Longhorns and college baseball. In his spare time, Dustin works as an associate scout.
Shotgun Spratling (West Coast)
Email Shotgun Spratling/Follow @ShotgunSPR
Shotgun Spratling played baseball at Division III Maryville (Tenn.) College. The final pitch of his collegiate career resulted in a groundout to end the 2007 Great South Athletic Conference Tournament, giving the Scots the GSAC championship. He attended graduate school at the University of Southern California and has covered college baseball in Southern California for the last five years.
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