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Team USA Wraps Up Short, Sweet Summer

Aaron Fitt -

Team USA's summer tour was short and sweet, featuring no trials, no international travel and no major tournaments. The highlight of the summer schedule was the 38th series against a team of Japanese collegiate all-stars, which is now a bi-annual event. Team USA won the five-game series 3-1-1, capping an 11-2-1 summer campaign that ended Friday at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.

College | #2011#Summer Scene#Team USA

Team USA Top 20 Prospects

Matt Blood -Premium Content

With a 24-0 record, a pair of gold medals and a team ERA of 0.88, it's safe to say USA Baseball's collegiate national team dominated its competition this summer—especially on the mound. While the position player prospects were not on par with previous national teams, the group of pitchers on Team USA was a good representation of the top college arms in the 2009 draft class.

College | #2008#Summer Scene#Team USA

Always Wanting More

Mike Ehrlich -Premium Content

Most people who saw the home run would probably be quick to recall that the three-run blast run proved to be the game-winner. Many more would point out that Kentrail Davis hit the ball so hard that it cleared the 22-foot wall 395 feet away in dead center field, and that he broke his bat in the process.

College | #2008#Summer Scene#Team USA

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.

College | #2008#Summer Scene#Team USA