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Aesthetic Comps for a Trio of MLB Draft Hitters

(Photo via the Statemen's Journal, Scobel Wiggins) Comparisons are an arcane science. Many are meant to be harmless; a simple ...
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MLB Draft Preview – High School Pitchers with Kurt Ascetta

MLB Draft season is in full swing! Richard and Lance are joined by Kurt Ascetta of CBBSN to discuss the ...
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Wichita State’s NCAA Tournament Hopes Come Down to American Tournament

Photo via Grant Cohen, Author Wichita State’s NCAA tournament hopes depend largely on the outcome of the American Athletic Conference ...
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Coach Hartleb on Illinois’ Improvement, Bren Spillane, and a Successful Pitching Strategy

(Photo via the Daily Illini, seen here) Last week, I talked with Coach Greg Beals at Ohio State breaking down ...
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A Brief History of College Baseball Hitting Streaks

(Photo via SNY.tv) Regarded as one of major league baseball’s safest records, Joe DiMaggio’s 1941 hitting streak of 56 games ...
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Bart Looks to Continue Georgia Tech’s Catching Tradition

(Photo via Armchair All Americans) Georgia Tech has been no stranger to developing MLB-caliber catching prospects in their history as ...
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College Baseball Advanced Hitting Metrics

In this next edition in our “College Baseball Player Metrics” series, we will take a turn looking at batters. In ...
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Clayton Andrews, A Two-Way Weapon for Long Beach State

Photos by author, Luke Ramirez. Among the many time-tested traditions that the game of baseball is built on, Long Beach ...
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Ohio State Coach, Greg Beals, on Development of McGowan, Feltner

(Photo via Ohio State Athletics, seen here) At this time last year, Ohio State baseball was in the midst of ...
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Ep. 33 – “Lights, Camera, Baseball!”

Nick Holmes returns to the podcast to talk about his time in show buisiness. Nick had the opportunity to be ...
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