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2019 Preseason Power Rankings: Catcher
Oregon State’s Adley Rutschman headlines our list of the top 30 catchers in college baseball heading into the 2019 season.
2019 Conference Previews: Pac-12
The talent level is way up across the Pac-12 this year, setting up what could be a banner season for the conference.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 12 Stanford
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.
Fall Report: Stanford
Brendan Beck headlines a new-look pitching staff for Stanford, which has the lineup firepower and the experience to compete for a national title in 2019.
2019 College Top 150 Prospects: 1.0
Oregon State’s Adley Rutschman leads our overall list of the Top 150 MLB Draft prospects as fall workouts begin.
Cape Cod League Position Rankings: Catcher
NC State’s Patrick Bailey headlines our list of the top dozen catching prospects in the Cape League this summer. Check out our scouting reports on all 12.
Cape Cod Scouting Trail: Falmouth
Another big summer at the Cape Cod League is in the books, and our David Seifert takes an in-depth look at the premier pitching and hitting prospects for Falmouth.
Week 6 Power Rankings: Catcher
Adley Rutschman vaulted to the top of our updated rankings of the top 30 catchers in college baseball after six weeks of play.
Bubic, Stanford Shine Against Texas
Stanford lefthander Kris Bubic was terrific and the top of the lineup did some serious damage in a series-tying win over Texas. We’ve got the inside scoop on the Cardinal.
Stanford: A Five-Tool Team
Stanford remained undefeated with another big win against Cal State Fullerton. The Cardinal is proving to be one of the nation’s most well-rounded clubs.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 13 Stanford
Kris Bubic had a strong fall, along with Tristan Beck, and Stanford looks locked and loaded for 2018. Find out how we graded out the Cardinal.
Fall Report: Stanford
Shortstop Nico Hoerner is part of an exciting group of stars back for Stanford, which has a chance to make waves in David Esquer’s first year at the helm.
Surging Stanford Pieces It Together
Nico Hoerner’s emergence as an offensive force and a standout shortstop is one of several developments that has helped Stanford build a top-eight resume.