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Conference Tourneys, Potential College Baseball Changes – The Schoch Factor Podcast • D1Baseball

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The Schoch Factor

On this episode of The Schoch Factor Podcast, Coach Schoch and Rooney talk about the wacky elements that exist surrounding conference tournaments. Then, we take some concepts from different conference tournaments across college baseball and craft our ideal tournaments.

We then put our dreamer hats on and dive deep into what changes we would make to the game at the college level to make it more exciting. If you are the NCAA and want to take the year off from writing the rules, just let us know. We will shoot you Coach Rooney’s number!


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Friday, February 23 Top Performers • D1Baseball

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Our partners at 6-4-3 Charts compounded this roundup of yesterday’s top 30 hitting performances and top 30 pitching performances. The hitting leaderboard is weighted toward total bases and RBIs. The pitching leaderboard is determined by Bill James’ game score formula (you can find an explanation for that here).

Friday’s Top 30 Hitters

Batter Team AB H 2B 3B HR RBI K BB wOBA
Ben North Creighton 4 3 0 1 2 10



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A postseason appetizer in Fort Worth • D1Baseball

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TCU’s Karson Bowen (TCU Athletics)

At The Ballpark

No. 5 TCU held on for a 4-3 victory over No. 20 UCLA on Friday night in game one of this much anticipated series. It was everything you’d want out of a postseason game. Except that it took place in February.

Both the Frogs and the Bruins threw strikes and played quality defense. For example, five double plays were turned and only seven walks were surrendered. This game had plenty of big moments, including key home runs from TCU’s Kurtis Byrne and Brody Green. Down one run in the ninth, UCLA freshman pinch hitter Cameron Kim orchestrated a 14-pitch at[…]



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