A Simple Way To Improve The NCAA Selection Process

Conference Tournament Structure Conference tournament week in college baseball offers plenty of excitement. Leagues have different formats (some conferences, such as the Pac-12, don't have a tournament at all), but the general concept remains the same. A group of teams in each league–often excluding a few at the bottom of the standings–play one another in... Continue Reading →

College Baseball Early-Season Notables

We're through the first month of the Division I college baseball season. Slow starters still have the opportunity to right the ship, while those outperforming expectations have to prove they can sustain that production long-term. Nothing is yet set in stone. Still, we now have a few weeks of data to supplement our preseason expectations;... Continue Reading →

The ACC’s Under-The-Radar Ace

There haven't been many college pitchers more productive than Mitch Myers in the season's early going. The University of Pittsburgh's Friday night starter, Myers, has struck out 26 hitters with just four walks over his first three starts. Combined with his strong work before the 2020 season shut down, the junior right-hander has tossed 40... Continue Reading →

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