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Pitching Trio Leaves Team USA

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Three of the top pitchers available for the 2008 draft have left Team USA, leaving the college national team without three of its top four starting pitchers as it prepares […]

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Cape Cod All-Star Rosters Revealed

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The Cape Cod Baseball League announced the 44 players that will be participating in the 45th annual all-star game on Saturday at Wareham’s Spillane Field. Baseball America’s lead college writer, […]

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Cuba Downs U.S., Claims Gold

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Cuban veteran Adiel Palma shut down Team USA in the gold medal game of the Pan American Games, leading Cuba to a 3-1 win and its 10th consecutive Pan Am gold. The ending was all too familiar for Team USA.

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A New House For Trojans?

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Southern California needs two new assistant coaches, after pitching coach/recruiting coordinator Dave Lawn became the head coach at local power Servite High and Bill Mosiello left after one season to […]

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Catamounts To Hire Moranda

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The Asheville (N.C.) Citizen-Times is reporting Western Carolina will hire Georgia Tech associate head coach Bobby Moranda to be its next head coach today. Moranda, who has spent the past […]

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Oregon Reinstating Baseball

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The Pacific-10 Conference will be back at full strength in 2009. Oregon, which discontinued its baseball program after the 1981 season, announced it will again field baseball in the 2008-2009 […]

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Gaspard Rejoins Wells At Alabama

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In a summer where high-profile assistant coaches Kevin O’Sullivan, Jim Toman and Turtle Thomas have finally gotten their shots to become head coaches, there have been a couple cases of […]

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NCAA Proposals Face Override Vote

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Proposals to restrict text messaging by coaches to potential recruits and to dramatically change the way financial aid is distributed to Division I baseball players, both of which were approved […]

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Helms Makes History

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Brazos Valley righthander Clint Helms (Louisiana Tech) became the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter in the four-year history of the Texas Collegiate League on Tuesday night. Helms struck out […]

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Pelzer Breaks Kneecap

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The Padres popped one of the best arms available in the ninth round when they drafted Wynn Pelzer out of South Carolina. Though his Cape Cod League numbers weren’t great […]

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USA Baseball Gets Its Field Of Dreams

Nathan Rode -

A shared vision of USA Baseball, Major League Baseball and the town of Cary is now a reality. The ceremonial ribbon cutting by USA Baseball President Mike Gaski and Cary mayor Ernie McAlister marked the opening of the $11 million USA Baseball National Training Complex, which includes three training field and a main stadium with a full press box and separate suites for scoring, radio and other press members.

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Summer Stock

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This summer, Eastern Kentucky sophomore Christian Friedrich has joined the rest of the nation's top college players in the Cape Cod League, pitching for the Falmouth Commodores. And just like most of his collegiate baseball career, he was off to good start—and in the meantime, he said, he's having the best summer of his life.

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Cape Hot List: Week Three

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(Individual stats through games of July 5) Bourne Braves OF Ben Guez, William & Mary: .319/.417/.420, 22 H, 17 RBI, 7 SB, 12 BB 3B Kevin Hoef, Iowa: .396/.508/.434, 21 […]

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Spencer For Hire

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Oregon State fans are getting awfully cocky, and I must admit, I don’t mind. It strikes me as funny that after I omitted the Beavers from my “Eight for ’08” […]

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