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College Top 25: April 14

Miami swept a somber Georgia Tech squad to maintain its spot atop the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings. The first four sports in the rankings remain unchanged, as Miami, Arizona State, Florida State, and North Carolina all won conference series on the road. Arizona State won two of three against Washington State, while Florida State and North Carolina swept Boston College and Clemson, respectively.

College | #2008#Top 25

Georgia Tech’s Hutts Found Dead

Aaron Fitt -

The first game of Georgia Tech’s series against Miami has been pushed back to part of a doubleheader Saturday after the death of Yellow Jackets junior lefthander Michael Hutts. He […]


Far Yonder Power

Walter Villa -Premium Content

He is from the same high school as Mike Lowell, has been compared to Tino Martinez and worked out for three weeks this past offseason with Alex Rodriguez. He is Cuban native Yonder Alonso, Miami's slugging junior first baseman. Through 30 games, Alonso is hitting .362/.537/.660 with six homers and 29 RBIs, leading the Hurricanes to a 27-3 record and a No. 1 national ranking.

College | #2008#On Campus

Free Baseball For Everyone!

Aaron Fitt -

Tuesday’s schedule was chock full of the normal quality matchups, and five top 25 teams played extra-inning games. A quick roundup: • No. 1 Miami was pushed to 11 innings […]


Players On The Move

Jim Callis -

Prospects whose stock is increasing or decreasing significantly two months before the June 5-6 draft: • Ethan Martin, rhp/3b, Stephens County HS, Toccoa, Ga. Considered a power-hitting third baseman coming […]

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Three Strikes: April 7

Aaron Fitt -

Strike One: Top Dawgs Through four weeks of play in the Southeastern Conference, it is clear that the league lacks a single, dominant superpower. South Carolina and Vanderbilt, which entered […]

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Hays Joins 1,500-Win Club

Aaron Fitt -

We’ve got a couple of coaching-related notes to pass along from Wednesday’s games. In Lubbock, Texas Tech beat Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 10-5 to earn Red Raiders coach Larry Hays his […]


Polk’s Softer Side

John Manuel -Premium Content

Ron Polk's career was so rich, it took two John Manuel columns to encapsulate it. This one focuses on Polk's career that has little to do with the NCAA—in other words, the part Polk won't talk about.

College | #2008#Column

Pedro’s Back

John Manuel -

To little fanfare, Pedro Alvarez came back this week. The Vanderbilt junior third baseman had been taking ground balls the last few weeks after breaking his hamate bone on his […]


WCC Free-For-All

Aaron Fitt -

As usual, Tuesday was a busy day on the college baseball calendar, and as usual, there were a couple of notable upsets. Most shockingly, Western Illinois improved to 5-14 on […]