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Baseball America College Podcast: Wrapping Up The Rewatch Series



On this edition of the Baseball America College Podcast, Teddy Cahill and Joe Healy wrap up their series of rewatch podcasts covering some classic games in college baseball history with one final episode looking back on the entire series.

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The series now spans 12 episodes, including this one. Previous episodes covered the following topics:

  • 1995 College World Series Championship with Ted Silva, former Cal State Fullerton ace and current Southern California pitching coach
  • 2018 Oxford Regional Final with Matt Bragga, former Tennessee Tech coach and current Rice coach
  • 1994 College World Series Championship with Aric Thomas, star outfielder on the 1994 Oklahoma Sooners
  • 2006 Lincoln Regional with Chris Cody, ace of the 2006 Manhattan staff and current Manhattan pitching coach
  • 1992 College World Series Championship with Steve Rodriguez, second baseman for the 1992 Pepperdine Waves and current Baylor coach
  • 2011 College World Series with Michael Roth, ace of the 2011 South Carolina pitching staff
  • 2018 Gainesville Super Regional with Florida outfielder Austin Langworthy
  • 2013 Raleigh Super Regional with North Carolina State coach Elliott Avent
  • 2000 College World Series with Louisiana assistant coach Anthony Babineaux
  • 2018 Athens Regional with Duke coach Chris Pollard
  • A look back at the rise of the Rice Owls with former Baseball America college beat writer and Editor-in-Chief John Manuel

The hosts look back on their favorite games from this series, the games they wanted to cover but didn't get to, the games that they couldn't find, some of their favorite 90s relics shown in these old broadcasts and what they learned from watching these classic games.

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