Aaron Fitt

Thursday Roundup

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The nascent baseball program at Cal State Bakersfield, which will begin its first year in Division I next season, found itself a coach. Bakersfield hired former playwright Bill Kernen, a […]

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Brackman A Scratch

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North Carolina State junior righthander Andrew Brackman will not pitch this weekend against Clemson because of fatigue. Brackman, a candidate to go among the top 10 players drafted in June, […]

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Eleven Named To Team USA

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USA Baseball released the names of the first 11 members of the 2007 college national team, and it’s an impressive group. The lure of trips to Rio de Janeiro and […]

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Release Granted To Shepherd

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Outfielder Devin Shepherd, the No. 11 prospect in the freshman class entering the season, is no longer a member of the Oklahoma baseball team. The team clarified Shepherd’s situation today […]

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Three Strikes: May 14

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Strike One: Changing Of The Guard Out West Pepperdine will not get a chance to win its fifth straight West Coast Conference championship this year. Barring some bizarre cosmic interference, […]

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West Coast Crunch

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I got to thinking today about the NCAA bid situation out on the West Coast, and it occurred to me that the Pepperdine-Gonzaga series this weekend is going to be […]

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Rosenblatt Era Ending?

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Plans for a new stadium for the College World Series in Omaha appear to be moving forward, and some people in Omaha aren’t too happy about it. Mayor Mike Fahey […]

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Wehrle Dismissed

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This season has not gone as planned for Nebraska, which entered the year ranked No. 17 but has limped to a 25-20 record with two weeks left to play. Already […]

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College Weekend Preview: May 4-6

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Six members of the Top 25 are off this week for exams and three others get a break from conference action to play nonconference series, but there are still some significant league matchups on the slate, none more so than Penn-Brown. The best-of-three series will determine the Ivy League champion and the first member of the 64-team NCAA tournament field.

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