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Super Third Round

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The third round was chock with college players who are slated to participate in this weekend’s super-regionals. Both starting shortstops in the Rice-Texas A&M series were taken in Brian Friday […]

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Another SEC Coaching Change

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Less than a week after Tennessee fired coach Rod Delmonico, another 2005 College World Series participant from the Southeastern Conference axed its coach, as well. Florida athletics director Jeremy Foley […]

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The Killer Zs

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The Nationals have had pretty good luck with Zimmermans in the draft recently, so they figured they’d take a shot at another. Third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, Washington’s first-round pick in […]

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What A Payne

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Not surprisingly, the Padres are stocking up on college players–they’ve grabbed five in their first six picks. With the 64th overall pick, San Diego took a very exciting, fun player […]

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Hagadone To Boston

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The long wait is over for Red Sox fans. Boston passed on falling Scott Boras client Matt Harvey with its first pick (No. 55 overall), instead grabbing Washington lefthander Nick […]

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Borbon Off The Board

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Tennessee center fielder Julio Borbon’s slide is over. The Rangers grabbed the first-team preseason All-American with the fifth pick of the supplemental round (35th overall). Borbon is an exceptional athlete […]

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Brewers List LaPorta In Left

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BA correspondent Tom Haudricourt reports the Brewers had LaPorta turned in as a left fielder, not a catcher. LaPorta certainly could have the bat to stick in left field, but […]

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Winner, And Still Champion

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Oregon State has advanced to its third straight super-regional. Let that sink in a little bit. The Beavers beat host Virginia 7-3 Monday to win the Charlottesville regional and advance […]

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College Top 25: June 5

After nine weeks at No. 1, Vanderbilt was knocked out of the Nashville regional by Michigan and dropped four spots to No. 5. Michigan jumped back into the rankings at No. 15, while preseason No. 1 Rice regained the top spot.

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C*A*V*S

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The final game of the 2007 regionals is underway in Charlottesville, and the tired pitching is evident. Oregon State leads Virginia 5-3 after just two innings of play. OSU has […]

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Super-Regional Hosts Announced

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The eight host schools for the upcoming best-of-three super-regionals have been decided, and there are definitely some surprises thanks to a topsy-turvy regional round. The super-regional schedule:

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Down Go The ‘Dores

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The season is over for Vanderbilt, the No. 1 team in the nation for the last nine weeks and the No. 1 national seed in the NCAA tournament. It seems […]

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Cardinals Complete Comeback

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The story of the tournament so far might be the Louisville Cardinals, which won the Columbia (Mo.) regional as a No. 3 seed by beating Miami twice and Louisville twice. […]

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Resilient Tar Heels Do It Differently

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C.–Everything just feels a little different this year for North Carolina. The 2006 Tar Heels obliterated the Chapel Hill regional, outscoring their opponents 43-13 in three games en […]

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JC Roundup From Calif., Wash.

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BA intern Ben Badler wraps up the JC action outside of Grand Junction, Colo., as California and the Pacific Northwest–which do NOT send their teams to the NJCAA event in […]

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‘Eaters Rip ‘Horns

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I spoke with UC Irvine coach Dave Serrano last week as the Anteaters were on the bus to Ontario airport, where they were going to fly to Texas for the […]

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