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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.
Fall Workouts Buzz: November 5
Our latest fall buzz has the inside scoop on Auburn, USC, Old Dominion, Southern Miss, Tulane, Portland, UNLV, South Alabama and Stanford.
2020 College Top 50 Prospects: 1.0
Arkansas infielder Casey Martin (p) and Arizona State’s Spencer Torkelson headline our first look at the premier 2020 college MLB draft prospects.
NECBL All-Star Hitter Reports
The New England Collegiate League was well stocked with intriguing offensive prospects. It’s time to dissect the top bats from the NECBL all-star game.
D1 Digest: Saturday, April 7
Cooper Criswell came out of the bullpen and struck out 13 of the 20 batters he faced for surging North Carolina, which won its first series at Miami since 2008, headlining Saturday’s action.
Week 6 Power Rankings: Outfield
Oregon State’s Trevor Larnach jumped to the top of our updated ranking of college baseball’s top outfielders 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.
Tracking The Fantastic Freshmen
Vanderbilt’s Pat DeMarco and others spearhead our inside look at freshmen that are making an instant impact the first few weeks of the season.
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.
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.