D1Baseball/Prep Baseball Report Live Draft Stream: Round 1
Kendall Rogers and Aaron Fitt join the guys at Prep Baseball Report for a Live Stream of the first round of the 2020 MLB Draft.
Driveline’s Anatomy Of A Prospect: Arkansas’ Heston Kjerstad
Arkansas hard-hitting outfielder Heston Kjerstad has developed into one of the nation’s premier prospects. Here’s how he has progressed over the past three seasons.
Off The Top Of My Head: Super Regionals Edition
It’s a postseason Ouch List. Eric Sorenson looks back at 10 of the most painful super regional losses of the 64-team era, and offers his usual array of musings.
College Baseball Reacts
America is in turmoil, and many figures in the college baseball world have taken to social media to express their support for racial justice. We collected some of these posts.
From The Land Of The Midnight Sun To The Fields Of Division I
With the Alaska League shuttered for the summer, Eric Sorenson dives into the careers and travels of two current Alaska collegiate products — Nolan Monaghan and Paul Steffensen.
Off The Top Of My Head: The Regionals Edition
In Eric’s latest column, he takes a look at the top five regional upsets, the best Cinderella stories in the modern era and much more.
Premier Power Five Coaches Unveil ‘New College Baseball Model’
Here’s everything you need to know about the New Baseball Model proposed by Michigan head coach Erik Bakich and others.
D1 Digest: NCAA Tables Transfer Vote, Pacific/Oakland Coaching Updates
The NCAA D1 Council, as expected, chose not to pass the one-time transfer waiver Wednesday. There’s other NCAA news, plus updates on Oakland and Pacific’s head coaching jobs. There’s also optimism in Bowling Green.
Best of D1: LSU’s Bregman Was Brilliant To The End
From the D1Baseball vault: Alex Bregman’s college career at LSU ended without a national title, but he left a lasting mark on the Tigers program. Aaron Fitt saluted Bregman after his final game in the 2015 CWS.
Etheridge: College Baseball Will Look Different After COVID
Mark Etheridge knows it is May but doesn’t recognize the month without baseball. He looks ahead at what our sport might look like from a scheduling standpoint post COVID-19.
Fitt: MLB Reduces Job Opportunities At Its Own Peril
Major League Baseball is sending the wrong signal by cutting the 2020 draft to five rounds and maneuvering to eliminate dozens of minor league affiliates in the future. The message to players is clear: find another career.
Off The Top Of My Head: Revisiting The Roundtable Picks
Eric Sorenson’s latest column critiques some of our roundtable picks from five years ago and dives into a host of other intriguing topics in college baseball.
College Baseball In Early June? That’s The Plan
It’s been a tough two months since the college baseball season was canceled, but could baseball be back? That’s the plan in the Lone Star State in early June.
Transfer Waiver Delay Would Be Bad News For College Baseball
The NCAA Board of Directors recommended Thursday not passing the one-time transfer rule at a May D1 Council meeting. That result would not be good for a sport that now desperately needs it.
Three Conferences Discussing Regional Scheduling Alliance
With the coronavirus shutting down the 2020 season, coaches and administrators have more time to explore new ideas. One of those ideas is a scheduling alliance between the Big East, A-10 and Colonial in 2021.
Off The Top Of My Head: Lockdown Edition
The season might have been cut short, but our Eric Sorenson has the quarantine content you need. Check out Sorenson’s musings on the abbreviated college baseball season and other wide-ranging topics.
College Baseball Braces For The Great Roster Crunch
With a draft that is likely to be dramatically shortened and the NCAA’s decision to grant all players another year of eligibility, college baseball coaches and players are facing the prospect of an unprecedented roster crunch, making additional relief imperative.
Best of D1: Sorenson Chats With Three Legends (2015)
Today’s dive into the D1Baseball vault features Eric Sorenson’s entertaining 2015 interviews with three college baseball legends: Texas’ Augie Garrido, Rice’s Wayne Graham and Florida State’s Mike Martin.
NCAA Division I Council Gives Blanket Eligibility Waiver
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to give everyone a blanket eligibility waiver — giving seniors and all classifications another year of eligibility. Here are all the details.
Positive Pokes Look Forward To 2021
Eric Sorenson caught up with Oklahoma State coach Josh Holliday to reflect on a promising season cut short.
MLB Draft Announcement Gives College Baseball Some Clarity
Major League Baseball will have a draft this summer, providing college baseball with some much needed clarity with the impending D1 Council vote on Monday.
Best of D1: Golden Spikes Spotlight on Fullerton’s Thomas Eshelman
From the D1Baseball vault: Thomas Eshelman’s uncanny command made him one of the most unique college pitchers of his generation. Michael Baumann saluted the Fullerton ace in a 2015 Golden Spikes Spotlight.
A Player’s Perspective: UVA’s Harrington Reflects On A Season Cut Short
Virginia fifth-year senior righthander Chesdin Harrington shares his thoughts on the startlingly abrupt end to the 2020 college baseball season.
Advice On Navigating The Recruiting Process During Coronavirus Crisis
Former Mississippi State catcher Jack Kruger has started a website aimed at helping aspiring Division I players navigate the recruiting process. Today he offers advice on how recruits should spend their time during the COVID-19 crisis.
Off The Top Of My Head: March 17
The college baseball season came to an abrupt, sad end last week, but and Eric Sorenson reveals his final top eight, plus things he was really looking forward to and will now miss.
Brainstorming Potential MLB Draft Solutions; Let’s Talk About Fall Games That Count
As the COVID-19 crisis deepens, it’s time to start thinking creatively. What makes the most sense for the 2020 major league draft? One big idea would involve resuming the 2020 season in the fall.