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D-II Tournament Update

Mike Ehrlich -

Tampa hit a roadblock in its quest for a three-peat and Sonoma State (Calif.) prevailed in a 19-inning marathon against Central Missouri as the NCAA Division II baseball championships continued […]


High School Top 25: May 27

Nathan Rode -

American Heritage High held onto the No. 1 spot after capturing the 3-A title in Florida. Knoxville's Farragut High catapulted to No. 13 after being unranked and taking out now No. 16 Bartlett High (Memphis, Tenn.) in the state finals. Other state champions include Bishop Gorman (Nevada 4-A), Owasso (Oklahoma 6-A) and Lake Brantley (Florida 6-A).

High School | #2008#Team Rankings

Proving ‘Em Wrong

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

Brett Wallace has been defying conventional wisdom for years. A 6-foot-1, 245-pound behemoth with thighs like tree trunks shouldn't have 29 career stolen bases in 39 attempts, but Wallace does. A man as big as Wallace should be tied to first base, or so it goes, but Wallace has slid across the diamond and played strong defense at third as a junior, committing just six errors through his first 48 games before making two in a weekend series against Loyola Marymount.

Draft | #2008#Draft Preview

Plenty Of Questions

Nathan Rode -Premium Content

Anthony Hewitt may be the definition of an enigma, a term used loosely in baseball. The spectrum on his draft projection is so wide that some think he's a first-round supplemental pick, while others don't think he is even on the board.

High School | #2008#High Heat

Sooner Surprise

Aaron Fitt -

Even Oklahoma coach Sunny Golloway thought his team’s season was over. "We will reload and look to next year," Golloway told the Tulsa (Okla.) World after the Sooners came up […]


D-III Update: Trinity Closes In

Austin Maloney -

BA’s Austin Maloney updates the Division III College World Series, with Trinity (Conn.) chasing history: Chasing an unprecedented undefeated season, Trinity (Conn.) College had rolled through conference and non-conference competition […]


Indians Place Miller On DL

Matt Eddy -

Hard-luck Indians righthander Adam Miller got a late start to this season when blisters on his pitching hand sidelined him during spring training and forced him to begin the season […]

Minors | #Daily Dish