The Titans are 3-5 on the young season and despite the weekend rotation pitching lights out, there were more bad and ugly things coming out of this week.
Wondering how the Titans expected to return in 2020 and incoming freshmen and JC transfers did while playing summer ball? We have compiled all the stats right here to get caught up and added some commentary on where each player projects onto the spring 2020 roster.
The 2018 Titan Baseball season started rocky but despite many speculating the Titans streak of 26 consecutive NCAA Regional appearances could end in 2018, the Titans were one win away from a 19th trip to Omaha. Despite the crushing disappointment of coming one game short of Omaha, in extra innings no less, the Titan Baseball […]
Collegiate summer baseball leagues are amateur baseball leagues that feature players who have attended at least one year of college and have at least one year of athletic eligibility remaining. Some teams have incoming freshmen who recently graduated high school on the roster. Generally, they operate from early June to early August. Players use wooden […]