Addressing Pace of Play, Today

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What Happened Last Night?

Go to the best and play with us 25 euro gratis casino. A big bonus for everyone who came! CBBSN’s West Coast regional manager Jarod Bacon joins the podcast as Rich and Pete enter survival mode after a wild week at the Winter Meetings. Discussing the overall experience and some of the biggest moves of the week, the trio dives into all things MLB Winter Meetings! Podcast brought to you by Collegiate Baseball Scouting Network.

Swapping cleats for controllers: MLB stars compete in Fortnite at the Winter Meetings

By Nick Aguilera Baseball season might be over, but the pros are still coming out and competing. On Tuesday night, some of baseball’s biggest stars traded in their cleats for keyboards and controllers during UMG Gaming and Jobu Media Group’s MLB Players Association eSports Challenge Invitational Fortnite tournament at the Rio in Las Vegas. While Mitch Garver and Stephen Gonsalves of the Minnesota Twins were able to best their competition and take home the $10 Read more…

University of Massachusetts Amherst is Due for an Upswing

By Ben Elsner University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass) is home to a top D1 hockey team in the nation, some might even know it for its legend of partying (ZooMass), but UMass Amherst is home to one D1 sport that nobody talks about, baseball. UMass hasn’t really been known for their sports since Marcus Camby and John Calipari left the basketball team, and the campus. But with the revival of the basketball team within the Read more…

AJ Pollock Free Agent Analysis; Live from the Winter Meetings

By Anthony Franco The topsy-turvy 2009 MLB draft is nearing its tenth birthday. Next June figures to see its fair share of retrospectives, no small number of which will retell how this generation’s greatest player fell to the back end of the first round. For all the attention on that draft’s star-studded high school class (led by Mike Trout and Nolan Arenado), the college hitters were a less ceremonious group. The class’ top college hitter, Read more…

One person’s journey to being a job seeker at the Winter Meetings

By Catie Cheshire For Daniel Lopez, the Winter Meetings have been a “marathon,” Lopez is attending his first Winter Meetings this year, and his unique experience that led him to this moment hasn’t made it any less overwhelming. Lopez came to apply for positions at the PBEO Job Fair, but also to market himself prior to his graduation from La Verne Law School in May. Long before the 2018 Winter Meetings or La Verne, Lopez Read more…

NeuroScouting: The Future of College Baseball?

By Chris Weikel The most critical exchange in any baseball game is the battle between the hitter and pitcher. Happening on average more than 300 times per game, every swing of the bat has the potential to change the fate of a game. Two of the most important — in the past unquantifiable — skills in this exchange are hitter reaction and decision-making time. In more basic terms, it is critical to know whether a Read more…

Rhode Island Baseball Seeks Redemption After PawSox Exit

By Will Wetzel As the smallest state in the Union, Rhode Island does not have the luxury of being a burgeoning state ripe for professional sports team to make their home here. The Ocean State had only one team, the Pawtucket Red Sox, colloquially and affectionately known as the “PawSox,” that they could call their own. Until now. In a decision excoriated by many native Rhode Islanders and PawSox fans, the Pawtucket Red Sox agreed Read more…

Networking is Like Tinder

Egos clash as Caleb Watkins joins Rich and Pete to discuss the slew of Seattle Mariners trades, the signing of Patrick Corbin in Washington DC, as well as the MLB Winter Meetings. Some football chatter follows and Pete explains why Networking is very much like Tinder. 6 December 2018 Podcast brought to you by Collegiate Baseball Scouting Network

Examining the Value of a Glue Guy

By: Chris Weikel Old school baseball thinking and team building almost always dramatize the necessity of the “Team Captain” in an effort to lead young players, create a clubhouse culture and develop team cohesion. These “Glue Guys” have always been plentiful in baseball, but their actual impact on team success has been almost impossible to identify or quantify. With the new landscape in baseball — in which every team has embraced analytics and various forms Read more…