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.
The Day After: A Letter To Our College Baseball Family
College baseball has given us so much to be grateful for, and we eagerly await its return, whenever that might be. The cancellation of the CWS was heartbreaking, but our college baseball family will remain strong.
Rogers: College Baseball’s Black Thursday Hits O’Sullivan, Coaches, Hard
It was Black Thursday for college baseball and Florida’s Kevin O’Sullivan, the skipper for the nation’s top-ranked team, now must ride the wave of uncertainty in our sport.
Fitt: NCAA Cancels All Championships; How Do We Process This?
As conference after conference suspends all athletic events, the time has come for all of us to hit the pause button on our lives, to reflect, and to hope.
The Ouch List: Week Four
TCU cracked Eric Sorenson’s Ouch List after a 1-3 week that included some tough, close losses. Who else is riding the pain train after week four?
Vanderbilt Guts Out Much-Needed Win Over TCU
LOS ANGELES — In a game full of bad breaks and tough luck, the Vanderbilt Commodores got a little bit of grace from the baseball gods to pull out a bottom-of-the-ninth 4-3 win over TCU. It was the third one-run game of the weekend for coach Tim Corbin’s charges and he sounded like a man […]
The Dazzling Transformation Of Duke’s Bryce Jarvis
Duke righthander Bryce Jarvis spent all offseason working to build strength and improve his stuff, and it has paid off in spectacular fashion, as he showed in a brilliant performance against Florida State.
Off The Top Of My Head: Week Four
Another massive weekend is ahead and our Eric Sorenson looks at Five Things He’s Watching, the Southern California College Classic field and his Eight for Omaha, among other items.
Oklahoma’s Acker No-Hits LSU To Finish Off Impressive Weekend
Oklahoma finished off an extremely impressive weekend at the Shriners College Classic with Dane Acker throwing a no-hitter against LSU.
Off The Top Of My Head: Week Three
In his latest colorful column, our Eric Sorenson takes an in-depth look at the Cambria Classic with UNC, NC State, Purdue, Duke, Minnesota and Iowa, his latest Eight for Omaha and the weekend’s best matchups to watch.
Surging Tennessee Has Created New, Exciting Culture
It wasn’t long ago Tennessee was mired in the SEC cellar. But three years later, coach Tony Vitello and his staff appear to have yet another legitimate contender.
Young Beavers Bounce Back With Complete Team Win In Starkville
After dropping the first two games of its series in Starkville, Oregon State put together a complete team performance in Sunday’s finale, showing why there’s reason for optimism about the young Beavers going forward.
Off The Top Of My Head: February 20th
With another weekend here, our Eric Sorenson takes an in-depth look at what to watch this weekend, what northern teams did in week one and who his Eight for Omaha would be today.
Rogers On The Road: Cal Poly Shines, Vandy, ASU Have Rocky Starts
Cal Poly carried the torch for the suddenly awake Big West in a big way over the weekend. Here are my thoughts on the Mustangs, Vandy, Arizona State, UConn and Pepperdine.
The Ouch List: Feb. 17
Eric Sorenson examines some teams who are riding the Pain Train after the first weekend of college baseball action.
Michigan Shows It’s Here To Stay
Fresh off a national runner-up finish, Michigan is off to a roaring start already this spring with several unexpected players stepping up and Steven Hajjar shining.
Cael Baker Becomes Instant Fan Favorite At Ole Miss
Just two games into his Ole Miss career, the burly, fun-loving Cael Baker might already be a folk hero in Oxford after his four-hit, two-homer game against Louisville.
Sorenson: 37 Reasons Why 2020 Will Be Better Than 2019
The 2020 college baseball season is here and Eric Sorenson gives you 37 reasons why the 2020 campaign will be better than 2019.
2020 Southland Preview: Trio Of Teams Are The Headliners
The Southland Conference continues to be a hotly contested battle atop the standings with Sam Houston, Central Arkansas and McNeese all in the mix.
2020 D1Baseball Season Preview Central
Another fun season of college baseball is nearing and our staff takes an in-depth look at everything you need to know entering the campaign.