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College World Series Winners


The College World series was first played in 1947 when California defeated Yale by the score of 8-7. Since then, the highest scoring College World Series final was in 1998, a football-like 21-14 Southern California win over Arizona State. Southern California and Arizona State also

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D1 Baseball


  Division One is the top level of American collegiate baseball. It offers the best competition and top high school baseball players across the nation strive to be recruited by a D1 baseball team. There are 298 D1 baseball teams in the United States. They

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MLive Youth Baseball

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MLive is the web home of Booth Newspapers, which owns eight newspapers in Michigan. They are the Bay City Times, Flint Journal, Grand Rapids Press, Jackson Citizen Patriot, Kalamazoo Gazette, Muskegon Chronicle, Saginaw News and Advance Newspapers. Because the combined scope of those newspapers covers

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Baseball Field Equipment

Baseball Equipment Laying on Grass

Baseball fields just don’t magically appear. They need to be built. And then they need to be maintained or nature will reclaim them. Baseball field equipment is used for this construction and maintenance. Learn more about types of baseball field equipment and their functions below.

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East Cobb Baseball


  Have you ever noticed that a disproportionate number of Major League Baseball players come from the Atlanta area? Reasons for this over-representation include the Southeast’s warm climate, the Atlanta Braves success during the ‘90s — which encouraged the region’s youngsters to emulate their heroes

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College Baseball World Series

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  The College World Series is the final part of the NCAA Men’s Baseball Division 1 post-season championship. It is held in mid-to-late June in Omaha, Nebraska. The first ever College World Series was held in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1947. The University of California beat