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Getting a few votes in the College Baseball Writers' poll
Jimmy Reed love
JIMMY REED (Maryland … LHP …
Jr. … Gaithersburg, MD … #11)
… Played lead relief role in series win at #16 UCLA (2-1, 5-6, 5-1), highlighted by save in gm-1 as Terps won season opener for first time since 2001; struck out 6-of-11 batters faced in pair of victory-closing appearances (3IP-3H, no walks); entered gm-1 save and K’d 3-of-4 batters faced (two on three pitches); inherited runner w/ no outs in 7th inning of season finale, producing K and 643 DP in 8-inn. win (3K) – completing Maryland’s first series win on the road since 2009.
per Maryland Baseball facebook, there will be "Diamond Girls" at home games
UCLA scored 19 runs yesterday. It was against Cal State Northridge, but still shows off that this weekend wasn't 100% UCLA offense sucking
Nice story on former Terp, Brett Cecil gearing up for 2012 season with Jays
Jays' Brett Cecil talks about his frustrating 2011, the family support that helped him with his struggles and his goal to bounce back 2012.
The Keith LeClair Classic, hosted by East Carolina, features a strong field this year, thanks to the rise of two programs not ordinarily regarded as baseball powerhouses: Maryland and Purdue. The Terps set the college baseball world buzzing with their road series at UCLA—I probably received more chat questions about Maryland on Monday than in the previous five years combined, and I actually received radio and blog interview requests about the Terrapins for the first time I can remember. Like BC, the Terrapins have some more work to do to prove they are legitimate regional contenders, but they have the look of a balanced, dangerous club with a deep pitching staff.
Stanford has a big series for second straight week
. The Keith LeClair Classic
Clark-LeClair Stadium, Greenville, N.C.
East Carolina (3-0); Purdue (3-0); Maryland (2-1); Western Carolina (4-0)
After last week's results, this tournament took on a whole new look with the Boilermakers going 3-0 in the Big Ten-Big East Challenge while Maryland took two of three at UCLA. ECU had a pretty breezy time getting past Wisconsin-Milwaukee last weekend, but this will be a serious step up in competition. Plus, come the end of May, the results of this tournament could mean a big bubble bump for whoever escapes with a winning mark here. Keep an eye on that potent Boilermaker offense, as eight starters return to the order and players like Kevin Plawecki and Cameron Perkins are capable of making minced meat of opposing pitching. Meanwhile, don't sleep on WCU either. Ross Heffley hit .419 last season and is a lock-down 2B/SS.
Previewing the weekend ahead in college baseball.
I've never really followed the baseball team but are you guys ever able find live streams for the games?
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
Assuming you are talking about video stream- none of the home games are sometimes the big road teams will have one.
Also our old friend the Reuben sandwich has a good interview with Bakich
Video streams? No with the exception of the Texas series last year. Audio feeds are available for home games from the umterps website and I'm guessing you can pick up audio feeds from the opposing teams websites.
Yea I was talking video, thats what I figured. I remember watching a stream of some of the Texas games last year so thats why I was curious.
The two tone numbers don't really work that well for football. They don't work at all for baseball and probably most other sports. Golds are nice, although I hope they don't take the place of the ridiculously awesome reds and whites too much.
This weekend, Gametracker only for game 1 vs WCU, Game 2 on sat. will have radio from Purdue, (PurdueSports.com) and game 3 vs ECU will have video (ECUPirates.com it might be $)
Gamenotes are out: Same rotation.
Friday vs. Western Carolina (1 p.m): RHP Brady Kirkpatrick (0-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Jordan Smith (0-0, 3.00)
Saturday vs. Purdue (11 a.m.): RHP David Carroll (0-0, 12.00) vs. RHP Lance Breedlove (1-0, 0.00)
Sunday vs. East Carolina (2 p.m.): RHP Brett Harman (1-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Austin Chrismon (0-0, 2.70) or LHP Tyler Joyner (1-0, 0.00)
I think the Purdue starter was B10 pitcher of the week
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I can only imagine how articulate and objective that feed will be
I hope the gametracker doesn't have any bugs like it did on Sunday...sheep on one monitor, terps baseball on the other!
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"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Erik Bakich @UMTerpsBaseball
JM: Weather system moving into Greenville and the game will NOT be played at 1 p.m. Waiting for word on what the new game time is.
JM: Today's game vs. Western Carolina has been delayed to 5 p.m.
JM: Maryland's game vs. Western Carolina has been postponed to Saturday at 9 a.m.
The tentative schedule for tomorrow is MD/WCU at 9am and MD/Purdue at 730pm.
Something that's maybe common knowledge to bigger MD baseball fans but I that didn't know till now about Bakich: he never made an error while playing the outfield in college.
eamhokie94: Is your name Nazi in pig Latin?
Scoreless after 1...here's the live blog on umterps.com, don't see anything else with coverage.
Due to impending weather, Maryland's game vs. Western Carolina has been postponed to Saturday at 9 a.m.
1-0 off a fielder's choice
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