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Assembling the D1Baseball Top 25 Rankings wasn’t easy. So, which teams were on the cusp, and why? We break it all down.
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Josh Jung and Texas Tech yet again return the pieces needed to make another trip to the College World Series.
Zack Hess and others opted to return to LSU for another season for one reason — to restore order in Omaha. The Tigers have the pieces to get it done.
Vanderbilt headlines the D1Baseball Preseason Top 25 rankings, presented by Louisville Slugger.
Logan Davidson leads a very athletic lineup for Clemson, which will rely on a number of talented emerging players in the lineup.
Blair Henley will need to have a huge season as Texas looks to return to the College World Series in David Pierce’s third season at the helm.
Coastal Carolina is well stocked with power bats, power arms, speed and athleticism. The Chants look primed to make another postseason run.
Tanner Burns and Auburn might not have Casey Mize, but expectations have not changed for the Tigers. They’re aiming high again in 2019.
Nick Lodolo had a sensational fall and he hopes to lead the Horned Frogs back to the postseason after missing the dance last year..
Colin Peluse headlines a much-improved pitching staff for Wake Forest, which is loaded with power and athleticism in the lineup, setting the Deacs up for a major bounceback.
Tommy Henry and Michigan have all the pieces needed to do huge things on the national stage in 2019.
Trevor Boone and Cade Cabbiness are part of an exciting core of sluggers for Oklahoma State, which also has a deep pitching staff loaded with power arms.
Casey Martin and Arkansas fell just short of a national title last season, but they’re back and ready to finish the job in 2019.
Cody Bradford is primed to have another terrific campaign and hopes to lead Baylor to uncharted waters.
Drew Parrish leads one of the nation’s best weekend rotations at Florida State, which has plenty of holes to fill in the lineup but no shortage of talented newcomers.
All-American Jack Little is part of a very talented veteran core for Stanford, which is also brimming with emerging talents all over the roster.
Reigning AAC player of the year Bryant Packard headlines a balanced, experienced roster for East Carolina, which has its sights set on its first trip to Omaha.
Ole Miss might have college baseball’s best offense in 2019. If the brand-new weekend rotation comes together as hoped, the Rebels could make a run at the national title.
Kevin Abel had a legendary finish to the 2018 campaign. Now, he’ll need to be the man yet again as the Beavers replace several key cogs.