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Top 25 Breakdown: No. 8 Auburn
After busting down the door to Omaha for the first time in 22 years, Auburn returns a bushel of experience in the lineup and serious star power on the mound.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 7 Arkansas
Heston Kjerstad and Arkansas once again have one of the nation’s premier lineups as they aim for the program’s first national title in 2020.
2020 D1Baseball Preseason Top 25
For the first time in the history of the D1Baseball Top 25, Louisville is ranked No. 1 heading into 2020, headlining preseason rankings that are chock full of ACC and SEC contenders.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 5 Georgia
Georgia should be one of college baseball’s premier pitching-and-defense outfits once again in 2020, giving the Bulldogs reason to hope this is the year they return to Omaha for the first time since 2008.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 4 Florida
Florida looks poised to return to national prominence in 2020 with one of college baseball’s most talented and balanced rosters.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 2 Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt captured its second national title with a thrilling series win over Michigan in 2019. Can it emulate that season in 2020? Our breakdown.
Best Of The 2010s: SEC All-Decade Team
It was a banner decade for the Southeastern Conference, and it’s time to unveil our All-Decade team for the conference.
Fall Report: Alabama
Alabama had another rough year in the SEC in 2019, but the Tide finally have the necessary tools needed to compete in a rugged league.
2019 Newcomer Breakdowns: Recruiting Classes 1-5
D1Baseball and Prep Baseball Report conclude their breakdown of the nation’s best groups of newcomers with the top five classes: Florida, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss and TCU.
2019 Newcomer Breakdowns: Recruiting Classes 6-10
D1Baseball and Prep Baseball Report continue their breakdown of the nation’s best groups of newcomers with classes: 6-10: Mississippi State, Arizona State, Maryland, South Carolina and Virginia.
2019 Newcomer Breakdowns: Recruiting Classes 11-15
D1Baseball and Prep Baseball Report continue their breakdown of the nation’s best groups of newcomers with an examination of classes 11-15: Georgia, LSU, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Texas.
2019 Newcomer Breakdowns: Recruiting Classes 16-20
D1Baseball and Prep Baseball Report continue their breakdown of the nation’s best groups of newcomers with classes 16-20: BYU, California, Auburn, Alabama and North Carolina.
2019 Newcomer Breakdowns: Recruiting Classes 21-25
Our weeklong countdown of the Top 25 recruiting classes that showed up on campus this fall starts with detailed breakdowns of classes ranked 21-25: Arkansas, Texas Tech, Miami, UCLA and NC State.
NCAA Upholds Missouri’s Postseason Ban, Other Penalties
Missouri baseball will be ineligible for the 2020 NCAA and SEC tournaments as the NCAA upheld a previous ruling including a ban and more penalties.
Fall Report: Arkansas
Heston Kjerstad and Arkansas are locked and loaded and ready to have yet another strong campaign in 2020.
Fall Report: Georgia
Even after losing some key pieces from last year’s No. 4 national seed club, Georgia has the look of an elite team as 2020 nears.
Fall Report: Florida
Florida took its lump as a young team last season, but the Gators once again are loaded with something to prove.
David Williams Fall Classic: Michigan vs Vandy
Vanderbilt and Michigan met in the first annual David Williams Classic, which honored the Negro Leagues and more.
Fall Report: Kentucky
Kentucky had a rough 2019 campaign, but there are pieces in place to make 2020 potentially a season to look forward to.
Fall Report: Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt lost some key cogs from last year’s club, but still returns Kumar Rocker and a host of other major players.
Fall Report: Missouri
Ian Bedell leads a Missouri pitching staff loaded with talent and experience, and the athletic lineup has more depth and versatility than it has in years. Mizzou could have its best team in a decade.
Fall Report: Texas A&M
Zach DeLoach had a summer to remember and he has carried some of that success into the fall. Here’s our in-depth look at a pitching-loaded and new-look Texas A&M club.
Fall Report: Tennessee
After snapping a 14-year regionals drought, Tennessee hopes to ride its pitching-and-defense formula back to the postseason in 2020. The Vols have some big shoes to fill, but their emerging talent is plenty intriguing.
Fall Report: Auburn
Auburn brings back seven everyday regulars and a bevy of experienced pitching from a team that broke down the door to Omaha last year, and a strong recruiting class makes this pitching staff the deepest of Butch Thompson’s tenure.
Fall Report: LSU
LSU has one of college baseball’s most talented pitching staffs, chock full of blue-chippers on the verge of doing big things. And there’s no shortage of competition for jobs in an overhauled lineup.
Fall Report: Mississippi State
Mississippi State’s core of returning stars stacks up against anybody’s. If a host of newcomers can live up to their early promise, the Bulldogs could make a run at Omaha for the third year in a row.