In the fall of 2015, we presented our inaugural Top 100 Programs rankings, which we described as an attempt to asses the overall health of each program in the current era. A lot can change quickly in college baseball, so we decided to make this a bi-annual exercise. We updated the Top 100 again in 2017. You can find those rankings here.
For the purpose of this exercise, we don’t care what happened in the 1970s or 80s, or even the 90s — that’s ancient history to a potential recruit in 2019. Tradition is nice, but it’s more important to establish a tradition of consistent winning in the last decade, and especially in
Wednesday's MLB schedule features 10 evening games on the main slates of daily Fantasy sites like FanDuel and DraftKings, putting plenty of fantastic talent in action for your MLB DFS consideration. Many eyes will be on the Braves vs. Phillies matchup at 7:20 p.m. ET, as the Braves have clinched a NL playoff berth but want to win the NL East crown, while the Phillies are still in the hunt for an NL Wild Card spot. Braves vs. Phillies also features tremendous MLB DFS talent like outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr., and first baseman Freddie Freeman for Atlanta, and right fielder Bryce Harper for the Phillies. Regardless of the matchups, knowing who is trending in the right direction is critical to MLB DFS success. So before studying matchups and entering an MLB DFS contest such as the $100K Wednesday MLB Rally on FanDuel or the MLB $175K Relay Throw on
MLB Pipeline published their final in-season Top 100 prospects list and the Dodgers have five prospects on the list. Gavin Lux was the No. 2 overall prospect.
There was also a late update on what Rich Hill will do next
Rich Hill said he will face live hitters on Friday and pitch in San Diego next Tuesday.— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) September 18, 2019 Around the league...
With all the father-son combinations on the Blue Jays, let alone in MLB this year, seems like something like this is a daily occurrence.
With his 9th inning triple, Cavan Biggio hit for the cycle, something his dad Craig Biggio did on April 8, 2002.