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APR Fallout Will Change The Game

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

Somewhere between the fire and brimstone raining down from the podium at the American Baseball Coaches Association Division I business meeting, the message started to set in with coaches throughout the huge conference room at the Marriott World Center convention center: Major changes are needed in college baseball's academic culture.

College | #2007#Season Preview

Ranking The Best College Programs

Matt Eddy and John Manuel -Premium Content

Ranking teams based on how we think they'll do this year wasn't enough for our 2007 College Preview. As we did in our 1997 College Preview, we decided to rank the programs themselves over a longer period of time performing a quantitative analysis of the top college programs to find out who comes out on top over the last eight seasons. We factor a school's winning tradition and quality of players in arriving at a final score.

College | #2007#Season Preview

2007 College Preview Sneak Peek

The college baseball season will be here before we know it. To help get you ready, we present our preseason top 50, with a line of skinny on each of the Baseball America Top 25 teams. Also, John Manuel looks at compiling a team of major leaguers from each of eight different conferences.

College | #2007#Season Preview

Maier Uses Bat To Distinguish Himself

Matt Meyers -

In 1996, a 12-year-old Jeff Maier made a name for himself when he reached over the right-field fence at Yankee Stadium to catch a ball hit by Derek Jeter that appeared bound for the glove of Baltimore's Tony Tarasco in Game One of the American League Championship Series. Ten years later, Maier is making a name for himself once again—but this time it is on the field.

College | #2006#Season Preview