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NCAA D1 Council Grants Transfers Immediate Eligibility
The NCAA Division I Council on Wednesday approved a blanket waiver that gives immediate eligibility to any player who transferred before the fall.
MLB, Prep Baseball Report Launch Summer Draft League
D1Baseball partner Prep Baseball Report has teamed up with Major League Baseball to provide a unique and exciting summer draft league.
With Tough Calls Ahead, Introducing The D1 Selection Committee
The Division I Baseball Selection Committee has an incredibly difficult job in 2021. Here are the committee members.
D1Baseball Adds Mike Rooney To Staff
D1Baseball is pleased to announce its latest staff addition — long-time college baseball scribe and analyst, Mike Rooney.
D1Baseball Adds Hurler Athletic As Proud Partner
D1Baseball has added Hurler Athletics as a proud partner for the fall practice season. Hurler specializes in toe-saving technology for cleats.
Cal Poly Shows Off $12.5 Million Stadium Renovation Project
Cal Poly unveiled a video of its sparkling, new $12.5 million renovation project of Baggett Stadium.
North Carolina’s Mike Fox Retires, Scott Forbes takes over
North Carolina’s Mike Fox has been an institution in college baseball for three decades. The long-time skipper announced his retirement after 22 seasons.
Legendary Coach Mike ‘Skip’ Gillespie Passes Away
Legendary former USC and UC Irvine head coach Mike Gillespie passed away on Wednesday. Gillespie, 80, leaves behind quite the legacy.
Colleges With Most Players On MLB Opening Day Rosters
Florida leads all college programs with 19 players on MLB’s 60-man Opening Day rosters. Find out which other programs have the most active big leaguers.
NCAA Division I Council Passes Major Aid Legislation
The NCAA Division I Council is set to vote on legislation that would allow schools to deliver need-based or merit-based aid without it counting against a program’s scholarship total.
Boise State Eliminates Baseball Program Fresh Off Return
Boise State had just brought back its baseball program for the 2020 season. Now, the Broncos are back out of business after the school cut the program.
Chicago State Votes To Cancel Baseball Program
Chicago State on Monday announced it was cutting its baseball program to save money. The measure was passed by a majority vote by CSU’s Board of Trustees.
NCAA Gives Division I Baseball Roster, Scholarship Relief
The NCAA approved some relief measures for college baseball that focuses on roster and scholarship management.
Bowling Green State Reinstates Baseball Program
Bowling Green State eliminated its baseball program less than three weeks ago. Now, the program is staying put thanks to a massive fundraising campaign.
College Baseball Mourns Fresno State’s Bob Bennett
The college baseball community paid tribute to longtime Fresno State coach Bob Bennett, who died this weekend at the age of 86, leaving behind a lasting legacy.
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.
Summer Ball Watch: Tracking The Schedule Changes
Collegiate Summer Leagues have all sorts of uncertainty as the summer nears. Track who’s doing what from a scheduling standpoint.
Bowling Green First To Cut Program During COVID-19
Athletic departments are looking to trim budgets right now, and Bowling Green’s baseball program was the first in the COVID-19 era to feel the brunt.
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.
Cape Cod League Cancellation Creates More Summer Doubt
The Cape Cod Baseball League became the first massive collegiate summer league to announce it was cancelling its season. What does that mean for other summer leagues?
Driveline Becomes D1Baseball’s Official Development Partner
D1Baseball is excited to announce its newest partnership — this time, with Driveline Baseball, who has become our official player development partner.
Coronavirus Effects Hitting College Baseball Hard
The coronavirus has halted some normal aspects of life around the world and the United States. So, how is it affecting college baseball?
Ivy League Cancels Rest Of Season
The Ivy League became the first conference to cancel the rest of the baseball season, ending all spring sports in the process. It was a crushing day for the league’s baseball programs.
D1Baseball Announces Partnership With AstroTurf
D1Baseball is excited to announce a new partnership with AstroTurf, the nation’s leader in synthetic baseball surfaces.
MLB Draft Headed To Omaha In 2020
Omaha is the epicenter of the college baseball world in June. Now, all sights will be on it for the Major League Baseball draft as well.