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Off The Top Of My Head
It’s time to see what teams are on the NCAA bubble and what they need to do to get off it, among other topics.
Binghamton’s Big Dreams
Binghamton has had plenty to celebrate during a banner season, and the Bearcats have their sights set on making noise in the postseason.
College Prospect Insider: Week 8
Pavin Smith had another strong weekend at the plate, but he wasn’t alone, as Frankie Piliere dives into prospects creating big buzz.
What The Early RPI Figures Tell Us
Nick Lewis and Baylor are one of several big surprises in the early release of the RPI figures. What else do the numbers tell us?
College Prospect Insider: Week 4
Louisville’s Brendan McKay was dominant last week, but he wasn’t alone, as Frankie Piliere dives into prospects creating big buzz.
2017 Top 350 College Prospects
North Carolina’s J.B. Bukauskas and others headline our exhaustive listing of the Top 350 College Prospects entering the 2017 season.
2017 Conference Previews: America East
Talented righthander Bret Clarke will look to lead a deep Stony Brook squad to the top of an improving and strong America East Conference.
Position Power Rankings: Third Base
Missouri State slugger Jake Burger leads a strong group of sluggers at the hot corner.
Cape Cod League Top Prospects: 101-150
Seton Hall’s Shane McCarthy is one of the standouts from the latest installment of our Cape Cod League Top prospects list, as we breakdown prospects 101-150.
Cape Cod Buzz: Cal Poly’s Uelmen Dealing
In our latest batch of Cape Cod League scouting notes, we detail Erich Uelmen’s strong outing and other intriguing performances from Friday.
College Station Regional Breakdown
We dissect Texas A&M, Minnesota, Wake Forest and Binghamton in the CS Regional.
The regular season is over in most leagues, so we take a conference-by-conference look at the postseason picture.
Top Performers: May 10
South Carolina’s Taylor Widener highlights star-studded Tuesday performances.
Stat Roundup: May 7 Top Performers
Jeremy Montalbano launched three home runs in Tulane’s win against South Florida, highlighting Saturday’s individual leaderboard.
D1Baseball’s Field Of 64: May 4
Tate Blackman and Ole Miss are on a roll and moved in as a regional host, while that is just one of many changes in our latest projections.
D1Baseball’s Field of 64: April 27
Tim Lynch and Southern Mississippi earned a big series win over Rice, and are now a regional host, along with other changes in our field of 64.
Stat Roundup: April 23 Top Performers
Maryland’s Mike Shawaryn struck out 10 over eight innings of three-hit ball, earning him a spot on the Saturday individual leaderboard.
Road To Omaha: The Field Of 64, April 20
LSU is starting to find its way as a team, and the Tigers are in the mix as a host this week. That highlights many changes, including a new national seed.
Sorenson: Another Raucous Saturday
As an example of how weak the West has been this season in D1 baseball, the best game I could find to go to on Saturday was between Chico State and Cal Poly Pomona. Yes, another Division II game for me. On the heals of going to last week’s Catawba at Tampa game while I […]
Stat Roundup: April 1 Top Performers
Dakota Hudson struck out a career-high 11 in a complete game against Ole Miss, earning him a prominent spot on the Friday leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 27 Top Performers
Bryan Reynolds had five RBIs to help Vanderbilt complete a road sweep, earning him a spot on the Sunday individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 19 Top Performers
Houston’s Seth Romero is back in top form, as he showed by striking out 13 and allowing just one hit in nine innings against Grand Canyon, highlighting Saturday’s leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 5 Top Performers
College of Charleston’s Baily Ober carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning and struck out nine, leading Saturday’s individual leaderboard.
2016 Conference Previews: America East
Jack Parenty, our pick for preseason player of the year in the America East, helps make Stony Brook the AEC’s team to beat again, but Hartford is a strong challenger.
2015 Conference Previews: America East
Cole Peragine and Stony Brook are narrow favorites in the AEC, but Maine, Hartford and Binghamton are contenders.