Miami, Fl - College baseball coaches everywhere are entering uncharted territory. They face a lot of uncertainty in the aftermath of a canceled 2020 season. For those who haven’t been following, the NCAA Division I Council decided in late March to give all spring sport athletes an extra year of
Miami, FL - We are all coping with a new reality: a life without sports. Never have I ever taken anything more for granted than baseball. Life experiences such as tragedy and personal loss sharpened my wisdom into cherishing what I’ve got and enjoying things while I still can.
Miami, FL - In a game of rain delays, blisters, and a broken-bat, FIU Panthers Baseball shutout the Fordham Rams 8-0 Saturday night in a rain-shortened contest, putting them in prime position for the sweep opening weekend. It was a bittersweet evening for Panthers starter Tyler Myrick who after missing
Coral, Gables - It’s that time of the year again baseball fans. We’re just days away from the 2020 Division 1 college baseball season and the Miami Hurricanes Baseball faithful have lots of reasons to be excited. Those with a love of the game will be rewarded early, watching youngsters
Miami, FL - Similar to the defense, The Miami Hurricanes hauled in nine more players during National Signing Day in order to bolster an area in need of improvement. The offense has been sporadic at best all season and was absolutely ugly at Shreveport for the Independence Bowl. For some
Miami, FL - Last Wednesday was National Signing Day, as players across the country made their picks, choosing the programs they would be playing for to start their collegiate careers. For some schools, it was business as usual, bringing in the latest, promising crop of recruits to (hopefully) ensure their
Miami, FL - The Florida International University Panthers beat up the Miners 32-17 Saturday night, taking care of UTEP to extend their winning streak to three. James Morgan led the way, completing nine of 17 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown, tying Paul McCall for third-most touchdown passes at
Miami, FL - The times are not good for coach Manny Diaz. The Miami Hurricanes (3-3, 1-2 ACC) lost 28-21 Saturday to the lowly Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1-5, 0-3 ACC) in overtime. Special teams struggled mightily, failing on all three of its field goal attempts.
Turner Davidson continued as the
Miami, FL - The news broke a couple of weeks ago that the Miami Marlins gave a two-year contract extension to manager Don Mattingly, with a third-year mutual option. This makes him the longest-tenured manager in Marlins history. That's longer than Jack McKeon, John Boles, Fredi Gonzalez and the very
Miami, FL - It was a day of firsts as the Miami Marlins finished their final homestand of the season on a high note, defeating the Washington Nationals 5-3 Sunday afternoon at Marlins Park. Magneuris Sierra hit his first career triple and Jeff Brigham recorded his first career save in