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Old 12-01-2018, 11:52 PM   #261
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1893 Preseason Predictions

The offseason had been a long and challenging one for Ephraim to handle. Baby number eight arrived in August of 1892, a boy, who he and Irene had named after his brother, John. The household, was to say the least, a bit chaotic. But, as always, Ephraim found a way to balance the challenges of his job and family life. Ten teams had joined the Collegiate Baseball Association and there was a lot of work put into the scheduling and formation of the CBA for the 1893 season. Plus the issues with Michigan, which was front page news, made the offseason seem to be that much longer. Ephraim had wanted to perform his usual tour of new facilities, as had been done in years passed, but an economic crisis was beginning to unfold in the nation. They were calling it the Panic of 1893, and as it unfolded, the Board of Presidents voted to cancel the tour in order to save money amid the uncertainties of the economic situation.

This time of year brought about the ever popular reports of preseason predictions, which the sportswriters and the newspapers used to sell more papers and get people talking. For the 1893 season, Yale is considered the favorite to win the New England Region. Defending New England Region title holder Dartmouth is picked to finish second, followed by Harvard, Brown, and Vermont. In the Northeast Region, defending regional champ Fordham is again the favorite to win. Cornell is expected to finish second in the region....again. Rutgers and Columbia are picked to contend, but finish the season third and fourth. Syracuse, Princeton, and Army round out the rest of the region. In a shocker, Villanova is picked to edge out defending national champion Penn in the Atlantic Region. Bucknell and Virginia are picked to finish with winning records and fall into third and fourth place in the region. Lehigh, Lafayette, and VMI fill out the region.

North Carolina and Mississippi State are predicted to battle it out for the Southeast Region crown, with the Tar Heels picked by a slim margin to win the title over the Bulldogs. Wake Forest is projected to finish third in the region, followed by Wofford, Alabama, and Vanderbilt. With the defending regional champ in a new region this year, the new look Great Lakes Region is up for grabs. Both Illinois State and Northwestern are considered the favorites, and are predicted to tie for the regional title. Newcomer Ohio is expected to challenge immediately, and Michigan State appears to be returning to form as well. Both teams are picked to challenge for the title, but ultimately finish third and fourth. Michigan, Notre Dame, and Illinois round out the field. Defending Great Lakes Region champion Nebraska has moved to the newly formed Midwest Region, where they are joined by newcomer Iowa State. The Cornhuskers are the favorite to win the region as well. Finally, in the new Pacific Region, there are four newcomers to the CBA. Washington State is considered the favorite to win the region, followed by Stanford, California, and USC.
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March 1893 Recap

Opening Day for the 1893 season was on March 7th. The pitchers came out throwing, recording two shutouts. Rutgers junior Kevin Anderson pitched a three hitter against Washington State, as the Scarlet Knights rolled to a 16-0 beat down over the Cougars. Michigan State junior Mark Bacon scattered seven hits over nine innings, as the Spartans blanked the Mississippi State Bulldogs 7-0. On the offensive side of the plate, newcomer Illinois started off on the right foot, defeating Vermont 13-8, behind the 5 for 5 hitting of freshman Bill Heneghan. Unlike years passed, the hitting in the CBA seemed to balance out with the pitching, as a number of five hit performances made headlines through the month. Nebraska junior second baseman, John McGraw, pushed his hitting streak to 20 games on March 19th. "Mugsy" picked up right where he left off after his sophomore season ended prematurely due to an ankle injury. On March 20th, Yale learned they had lost freshman pitcher Ryan Clark for the season. Clark, who was 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA in three starts, was the Bulldogs' #2 recruit this past offseason. He sustained a torn flexor tendon in his elbow and will spend seven months recovering.

On March 21st, McGraw pushed his hitting streak to 22 games with a 5 for 5 performance on the road against Harvard. The Cornhuskers won the game by the score of 10-5. The same day, California sophomore catcher Alex Rodriguez was ejected in a game against Rutgers after arguing strikes. Rodriguez's rant also earned the young catcher a four game suspension from Commissioner Ephraim Herring. The following day, March 22nd, McGraw's streak came to an end during a 5-1 win over Harvard. By March 25th, Columbia was making headlines over it's 10 game win streak. The streak ended at 13 games on the last game of the month, as the Lions were defeated by the Catamounts of Vermont.

At the end of March, Brown and Dartmouth find themselves tied atop the New England Region, as Yale isn't performing up to preseason expectations. Fordham and Columbia are tied for the lead in the Northeast Region, with Cornell and Rutgers just two games back. The defending champion Penn Quakers are proving preseason doubters wrong so far, posting a league best 15-3 record to lead the Atlantic Region. Bucknell is in second place, followed by streaking Lehigh. The Mountain Hawks are riding a 10 game win streak after starting the season 1-7. Preseason favorite Villanova is a mere .500, and Virginia is mired in an 11 game losing streak and is last in the region. In the Southeast Region, Wake Forest, Wofford, and North Carolina are all tied up after one month of play. Illinois State and Northwestern are at the top of the Great Lakes Region, with Michigan State right on their heels. As expected, Nebraska leads the new Midwest Region, but only by two games, as newcomer Iowa State has surprised with a .500 record. All four teams in the Pacific Region finish the month with a losing record, with Stanford holding a two game lead over the other three teams.

JUCO transfer, junior Jimmy Bannon of North Carolina, was named Rookie of the Month. The right fielder hit .410 in 18 games. Penn senior Ed Stein earned Pitcher of the Month honors, posting a 5-1 record in six starts, with a 1.34 earned run average. Lehigh first baseman Dave Barlow was named Batter of the Month. The sophomore followed up his spectacular freshman campaign (.310, 1 HR, 23 RBI, 56 G) by hitting .439 in March, with four home runs and 15 RBI.

As is typical for the first month of the season, the rankings got a shakeup, thanks to unexpected performances by teams, both good and bad. Penn is the new #1 in the land, as many felt they should have been all along as the defending national champions. Columbia leaps up to #2, while Fordham slips down two spots to #3. Rutgers comes in at #4, giving the Northeast Region three of the top four teams. Northwestern is ranked #5, followed by Wake Forest at #6. Lehigh makes the biggest jump, moving from #22 to #7. Michigan State and Illinois State are #8 and #9, giving the Great Lakes Region three teams in the Top 10. Bucknell rounds out the rankings at #10.
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April 1893 Recap

Hitting is definitely on the rise in the Collegiate Baseball Association for 1893, as multiple players continue to hit the ball well. While pitchers are still snagging headlines, hitters are keeping up with the pitchers and making some headlines themselves. Take the April 4th headlines for example. North Carolina junior Jimmy "Foxy Grandpa" Bannon extended his hitting streak to 20 games. The JUCO transfer right fielder smashed a triple in the 1st inning of North Carolina's 8-4 loss at Penn. In another loss, another 20 game streak was kept alive. Stanford freshman first baseman Sean Porter picked up two singles to push his streak on, even though his team dropped the game 13-10 to Brown. In that same game, Brown senior first baseman Brad Shover went 5 for 5. Virginia junior second baseman Aaron Dierks went 5 for 5 in a 7-6 win over Alabama. Northwestern junior third baseman Jesse Hawkins was 5 for 6 in a 12-10 win at Cornell. Senior transfer Wally Venesky of Vanderbilt pitched a 5-0 shutout at VMI. The former Nebraska pitcher held the Keydets to four hits in the game. Princeton sophomore Steve Weatherman threw 3-0 five hitter against Michigan.

But as it always goes, streaks ended, while others began. Bad news out of Penn, though. On April 25th, the Quakers learned they would be without the services of freshman pitcher Joe Cain (7-2, 3.71) for the remainder of the season due to shoulder inflammation. The problem is, two weeks prior, Cain was publicly complaining to the press that he felt "no power" in his throwing arm and his team wouldn't listen to him. Maybe they'll learn to listen to their players at Penn now. Commissioner Ephraim Herring vowed to look into the matter, stating the health and safety of the players are of the "utmost concern" of the CBA. Penn ended the month tied for the CBA for the association's best record at 32-8. However, the negative publicity surely cost the Quakers, as the other 32-8 team, Columbia, took over the #1 position in the Top 10, with Penn dropping to #2.

In the New England Region, Dartmouth is holding onto a slim two game lead over Brown. Columbia leads Fordham by three games in the Northeast Region. Penn has a comfortable five game lead in the Atlantic Region, while North Carolina is four game up in the Southeast Region. Illinois State and Northwestern are tied atop the Great Lakes Region. Meanwhile, Nebraska is sure to clinch the Midwest Region soon, leading Iowa State by nine games. And in the Pacific Region, Stanford holds a two game advantage over Washington State, while USC finds themselves three games back. The entire Pacific Region has losing records, so winning the region is the only way any of the teams will see the postseason.

Freshman Ricky Colar of Penn was named April Rookie of the Month. Colar, a pitcher, posted a 7-0 mark this month, with a 2.70 earned run average. On the year, Colar is 11-2, with a 2.83 ERA. The Pitcher of the Month was Columbia sophomore Jerry Luttrell. In April, Luttrell was 8-1 in nine starts, posting a 2.68 ERA. For the 1893 season, the lefty is 13-2 with a 2.54 ERA. Cornell senior center fielder George Davis was named Batter of the Month for April. Davis hit .376 for the month, with three home runs, 28 RBI, and 25 runs scored. For the year, the switch hitter has posted a .382 batting average, with three homers, 48 RBI, and 43 runs scored.

As previously noted, the top two teams switched places this month, with Columbia now the new #1, with Penn at #2. Columbia leads the CBA in runs scored (335) by 51 runs over the second place team (Cornell). Columbia's team batting average (.338) is tops in the association by 28 points over Rutgers and Northwestern. The Lions are also #1 in home runs (22) and stolen bases (151). The next best team in stolen bases, Wake Forest, comes in with 114. Fordham holds down their #3 ranking this month. Nebraska vaults up 11 places to come in at #4. Bucknell moves up five places to land at #5. Villanova and North Carolina move up to the #6 and #7 positions, while Northwestern slides down to #8. Illinois State holds steady at #9, and Cornell moves up one to #10.
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May 1893 Recap

The pitchers were locked in for the month of May, as multiples shutouts were thrown in the first week. On May 10th, it was announced by VMI that manager David Thomas had been fired. In an interview, Thomas stated he was tired of the interference of Athletic Director Brandon Ellis, and had taken it up with university President Bob Friedman, Jr. Apparently, harsh words were exchanged and Thomas was dismissed. Thomas had been with the program since it's beginning in 1886, but was never able to finish a season with a winning record. Overall, Thomas' team posted a record of 173-293 (.371) over nearly eight seasons. VMI immediately named former Villanova manager Jeremy Lee as the Keydets interim skipper. As for Ellis, he was fired later in the month and replaced with Pete Fitzmaurice.

Lafayette fired their manager, Josh Luton, on May 13th, after the team posted a 7-0 win on the road against Michigan State. Leopards' athletic director John Brown cited "intellectual differences" as contributing to the decision, but refused to go into further detail. The 61 year old Luton had been the Lafayette skipper since 1880, with a win-loss record of 417-411 (.504) in that time. The Leopards had four winning season over those 13 years, and made the playoffs three times. Former Michigan pitching coach Antonio Torres was named the interim-manager. Lafayette would part ways with Brown by the end of the month as well.

On the same Saturday, May 13th, Fordham pitcher Kid Nichols celebrated his 50th collegiate victory with a 4-3 win over Vermont. The senior righty would finish his season at 15-6 record and 2.58 ERA. In his collegiate career, Nichols had an overall record of 52-29, and a 2.17 earned run average in 81 starts.

Nebraska won the Midwest Region title on May 14th, after sweeping three games from Stanford. The Cornhuskers look to have another up and coming player in freshman catcher/DH Luke Noble. The young man managed to put together a 20 game hit streak, which ultimately ended on May 17th. Noble would only play in 27 games by seasons' end, but he made the most of it, finishing his freshman season with a .363 batting average. Another up and coming freshman to keep an eye on is third baseman/DH Kevin Devaughn at USC. On May 19th, Devaughn went 5 for 7 in a 10-8 loss to the California Golden Bears. The young righty would finish the season playing in 46 games and hitting .364.

The same day Devaughn was having a great day, manager Dylan Klein of Harvard was not, as he got his walking papers from the Crimson. While Klein had some success at Harvard, his confrontational managing style had lost him respect with his team. Klein was the Crimson manager since 1888, when he took over the team in the middle of that season. Klein turned the team around, winning the national championship in 1889 and leading the Crimson to playoff appearances in 1890 and 1891 as well. While Harvard finished with a winning record in 1892, the team missed the postseason. This year, the team has not performed well, and was 20-32 at the time of Klein's firing. Overall, Klein posted a record of 180-147 (.550) record as the manager of Harvard. Recently fired manager Josh Luton was brought in as the Crimson's interim manager to finish out the season.

On May 21st, North Carolina captured the Southeast Region title, the program's first. A few days later, on May 24th, the bats were hot, as three separate players had banner days. Vanderbilt freshman shortstop John Williams went 5 for 5 in a 16-10 loss to Yale. Harvard senior first baseman Kyle Bowen was 6 for 6 in a 19-4 drubbing of the Wofford Terriers. And while his team got destroyed in the loss, Wofford sophomore center fielder Tim Roach got two hits in the game to extend his hitting streak to 20 games. The steak ended a couple of days later at 21. On that same day, Dartmouth clinched the New England Region title for the 5th time. The following day, May 25th, Penn clinched the Atlantic Region title, the program's 3rd. Illinois State claimed the Great Lakes Region title on May 28th, their first. Meanwhile, Columbia and Fordham both finished at 43-17, and tied at the top of the Northeast Region. The two teams placed a 61st game at Fordham, who won the game 3-0, clinching their second title. As a result, Columbia gets into the postseason as the wild card. In the Pacific Region, Washington State earned a playoff appearance by winning the region with a 26-34 record.

Illinois freshman left fielder Bill Heneghan finished the season as the Collegiate Baseball Association's batting champ. The 18 year old finished the year hitting .403 after playing in all 60 games, and led the CBA in hits with 94.

Even though they didn't win their region, Columbia remain atop the Top 10, retaining their #1 ranking over Fordham, who has moved up one spot to #2. Penn drops a place to #3, while Illinois State vaults up five positions to #4. Nebraska drops one to #5, and Cornell, who missed the postseason, is ranked #6 as they move up four spots. Bucknell, who will also be staying home for the playoffs, drops two positions to #7, while Northwestern, who is also not in the playoffs, holds at #8. Playoff bound North Carolina drops two spots to #9, and Dartmouth moves up two to #10.

The playoffs are set, but not without controversy. As the wild card is ranked as the lowest seed, #1 Columbia faces off against #2 Fordham in the first round. #9 North Carolina will challenge #5 Nebraska. #10 Dartmouth is pitted against #4 Illinois State. Finally, #25 Washington State will go up against #3 Penn.
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1893 Playoff Series

Due to the wildcard being ranked as the lowest seed, the #1 and #2 teams in the nation face off in the first round of the playoffs. Also, due to the current economic woes, the format for the playoffs was changed to 1 away, 2 home. Both decisions were greatly controversial and complaints were lodged by multiple teams and fans. Many teams argued that if they got into the postseason, they should be guaranteed at least one home playoff game. The higher ranked teams insisted on having home field advantage for Game 1, and not be on the road. The sportswriters were going crazy in their columns about the first round matchup of the best two teams in the nation, feeling they should be given the chance to end up facing each other in the finals. Commissioner Ephraim Herring has taken the concerns into account and will bring them to the university and college presidents at the next board meeting.

Game 1


#2 Fordham Rams vs. #1 Columbia Lions


The top two teams in the nation face off against each other in the 1893 CBA Playoff Series, as Fordham travels across the city to visit Columbia. The controversy is already front and present, with Fordham winning the Northeast Region, and yet still being ranked behind Columbia. There are 1794 people in Lions Ballpark, where it's 61 degrees and clear skies. The wind is blowing in from center at 13 mph. Fordham sophomore Ken Storm is on the mound for the Rams. Storm started 20 games this season, finishing with a 16-3 mark and 2.72 ERA. Meanwhile, Columbia is starting their own sophomore ace in Jerry Luttrell. The lefty posted a record of 16-6 in 22 starts this season, with a 2.68 earned run average. Both pitchers led the CBA in wins, while Luttrell led the association in games started and innings pitched (198). With the quality of pitchers on the hill today, we shouldn't expect much offense from either team.

After a three up, three down 1st inning from Luttrell, Storm gives up a leadoff double to Columbia senior center fielder Mike Marley. Storm would give up two in a row, as senior third baseman Matt Stoddard doubles to right to score Marley and give Columbia a 1-0 lead. Both pitchers would buckle down until the 6th inning, when Storm gives up two singles and allows a run to score on a wild pitch! Luttrell holds the Rams to four hits in the game, two of which came in the 9th, as Fordham got runners on second and third with one out. But they couldn't get them across the plate, and Columbia holds on to win Game 1 by a score of 2-0!!


#5 Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. #9 North Carolina Tar Heels


The Cornhuskers start this series out on the road against the Tar Heels. There are 1878 fans in the stands of North Carolina Grounds for this Game 1 matchup. It's 63 degrees under partly cloudy skies, with a gentle breeze blowing out to left. Sophomore Jason Chaney gets the nod for Nebraska. The righty had a bit of a sophomore slump, but still managed an 11-9 record and 3.09 ERA this year. On the hill for North Carolina is senior Clark Griffith. Griffith finished the season with a mark of 13-7 and a 3.10 earned run average. In real life, "The Old Fox" had quite an amazing story. With nearly 70 years in baseball, he won 237 games as a major league pitcher, helped to establish the American League, and brought Washington its only World Series title. You can read the full bio on SABR's website here.

In the top of the 1st, Griffith gives up an RBI double to Nebraska senior left fielder Rob Reier. Cornhuskers lead 1-0. After two quick outs in the bottom half of the inning, Chaney gives up three straight hits, a double, and two RBI singles, as North Carolina takes the lead after one, 2-1. The score remains the same until the bottom of the 5th, when Chaney gives up a solo home run to Tar Heel junior catcher Chris Venegas to give North Carolina a 3-1 advantage. Things look bleak for the Cornhuskers as they go into the 8th, but a sac fly pulls them within a run, 3-2. Griffith returns to pitch in the 9th, clinging to a one run lead. But two singles to the first three batters faced has men on the corners for Nebraska with one out. A ground out to first puts men on second and third with two outs, as John McGraw comes to the plate for the Cornhuskers. The junior second baseman had a solid year, hitting .333 and playing in all 60 games. And it's enough to earn him an intentional free pass, loading the bases for sophomore shortstop Bob Lopez. At this point, Griffith is tiring, and he walks Lopez to bring in the tying run!! Or maybe it's just lack of control, as Griffith has walked eight batters in this game!! Sophomore right fielder Randy Jones singles a 1-1 pitch to right to score another run. A second would be run scorer (McGraw) is cut down at the plate on a great throw by Tar Heel right fielder Jimmy Bannon. Chaney stays in to pitch the bottom of the 9th and keeps North Carolina from scoring, as Nebraska comes back to win the game, 4-3!!

#4 Illinois State Redbirds vs. #10 Dartmouth Big Green


In Big Green Ballpark, 1497 people have come out to see this game under partly cloudy skies and 56 degree weather. A slight breeze is blowing from left to right at 6 mph. Junior righty Johnny Cordero is on the mound for Illinois State. Cordero was magnificent this season, posting a 14-4 record and 1.71 ERA!! His earned run average was tops in the CBA this season. Getting the start for Dartmouth is senior righty George "Nigel" Cuppy, who finished the season at 11-8, with a 2.19 ERA.

The game starts out rough for the Redbirds, as they commit two fielding errors, allowing Dartmouth to get on the board early, 1-0. But Illinois State comes back in the 3rd, pounding out four hits en route to score three times. It's a lead they wouldn't relinquish. The Redbirds get three more hits in the fourth, coupled by two fielding errors, and they score three more times to push their lead to 6-1. Dartmouth just can't figure Cordero out, as he holds the Big Green to just four hits. Illinois State stacks on three more runs in the 9th to take the game, 9-1.

#3 Penn Quakers vs. Washington State Cougars


It's 74 degrees with clear skies at Cougars Ballpark, where 1578 fans are here to see this game. The wind could be a factor today, blowing in from center at 15 mph. This isn't expected to be much of a contest, with the Cougars posting a losing record this season and facing off against the #3 team in the nation. Senior Ed Stein of Penn had the best season of his collegiate career, finishing the year 15-4 and posting a 1.89 ERA. On the mound for Washington State is freshman Jake Bontempo, a walk-on who finished the year 11-7, with a 2.67 earned run average.

After a scoreless 1st, Stein gives up three base hits to the Cougars in the 2nd, and allows a run to score to give Washington State a 1-0 lead. A Stein wild pitch in the 3rd allows another run to score, giving the Cougars a 2-0 advantage. Penn finally gets a bead on Bontempo, starting the 4th off with three singles and scoring twice in the inning to tie the game up, 2-2. But Stein gives up two more base knocks to the Cougars, as they score once to retake the lead, 3-2. The score remains the same until the 8th inning, when Washington State manager Eric Bodwell replaces his starting catcher, freshman Corey Rogers, with junior Connie "Stone Face" Murphy. Opting for defense over offense (Rogers was 2 for 3 in the game), it throws Bontempo off. He throws two wild pitches, and Murphy allows a passed ball. The Quakers rack up four hits against Bontempo and score four times to take the lead, 6-3. With a three run lead, Stein cruises the rest of the way, as Penn goes on to win the game.




Game 2


#1 Columbia Lions vs. #2 Fordham Rams


The battle for New York City bragging rights continues in Rams Ballpark, as 1582 people have come out to see this game. It's 77 degrees in the city, with clear skies, and the wind blowing in from left at 9 mph. Columbia starts freshman Brooks Sharpe, who took the loss in the 61st game of the regular season between these two teams. Sharpe was 13-6 on the year, with a 3.12 ERA. Sharpe was the program's #2 recruit this past offseason, and he's shown why he was so highly valued by the Columbia program. Opposite him is Fordham senior Kid Nichols, who was 15-6 this season, with a 2.58 earned run average. Nichols was the winning pitcher in the 61st game, so this rematch should be a good one.

Both teams struggle against these pitchers, managing only three hits between them over the first three innings. But in the 4th inning, that all changes. With two outs and a man on third, Nichols gives up a triple to Columbia sophomore catcher Ryan Tucker. Tucker hit .351 in 38 games this season for the Lions. Sophomore DH Tony "Demon" Rangel follows up with an RBI single to left to score Tucker, making it 2-0 Columbia. Rangel hit .360 on the year in 48 games. Nichols throws four straight balls to walk senior shortstop Curtis Russell, which brings up junior second baseman Kevin Norton. Norton loops a ball into left field, and Rangel races from second, beating the throw to the plate. Columbia leads 3-0. Senior left fielder Carlos Cazares comes up next and belts a 2-RBI triple to deep right center field to make it 5-0 Lions. Cazares was limited to 26 games this season due to a hernia injury he suffered in April, but still managed to hit .326 in that time. A double and single later, and Columbia pushes it's lead to 7-0, as the inning ends on a caught stealing. Nichols is tagged for seven runs on six hits.

Fordham never figures Sharpe out, as they struggle to get hits and don't manage to score. Columbia add a run in the 8th as the Lions go on to win this game in dominating fashion, with the final score of 8-0. Sharpe holds the Rams to five hits over nine innings, as Columbia sweeps the series two games to none.

#9 North Carolina Tar Heels vs. #5 Nebraska Cornhuskers


The weather is beautiful here at Nebraska Fields, at 72 degrees and clear skies. The wind is blowing in from right at 11 mph. There are 1679 fans in the stands to see North Carolina take on Nebraska. On the mound for the Tar Heels is junior Bill Jones, who finished the year at 12-5, with a 3.85 earned run average. Jones has struggled with his control all season, issuing 87 walks to only 29 strikeouts in 163.2 innings. Likewise, the Cornhuskers starter, freshman Skylar Templeton, has also struggled with control. Templeton issues 83 free passes to 38 strikeouts over 162.1 innings pitched. He still managed to put together a 10-6 record, and a 3.05 ERA. This game could be a long one with these two on the mound.

Templeton leads off the game by, shockingly enough, walking the leadoff batter. A single and sac fly later, and North Carolina is on the board early. An RBI triple by sophomore center fielder Ryan Yoh (.329 in 52 G) gives the Tar Heels a 2-0 lead after half an inning. Not to be outdone, Jones walks the first batter he sees, John McGraw, as well. McGraw steals second, then scores on Bob Lopez's RBI single to right to cut the lead in half. Back-to-back infield hits load the bases up. A fielder's choice allows a second run to score to tie the game up. The Cornhuskers then hit a single and double to score two more times. Two batters later, an error on Tar Heel shortstop Jay Hildreth allows two more runners to cross the plate. When the 1st inning ends, Nebraska leads it, 6-2.

After a scoreless 2nd, North Carolina chips away at the Nebraska lead in the 3rd behind Yoh's inside-the-park 2-run homer. Down 6-4 entering the 4th, the Tar Heels continue to hit well, scoring three runs behind a 2-RBI triple and sac fly to take the lead, 7-6!! The Cornhusker bats are silent until the bottom of the 5th, when Luke Cox and Luke Noble both single, then come home on Raul Barrera's triple to right. Nebraska retakes the lead, 8-7! They don't hold onto it for long, as the Tar Heels respond in the 6th with four runs off of three doubles, a single, and a base on balls. After six, North Carolina holds the lead, 11-8. The score remains until the 9th, when Hildreth makes amends on his earlier error and smashes a solo home run over the left center field fence to make it 12-8. It truly was an insurance run, and it paid off. Nebraska goes on a run in the bottom of the 9th, scoring three times on two singles and a triple. But the Cornhuskers fall short, as the game ends on a pop-up, preserving the North Carolina win, 12-11 and forcing Game 3 with Nebraska.

#10 Dartmouth Big Green vs. #4 Illinois State Redbirds


The wind is blowing in from left at 12 mph at Redbirds Stadium, where 1669 bystanders have joined together under partly cloudy skies and 67 degree temperatures to see this matchup between Dartmouth and Illinois State. On the hill for the Big Green is junior Aaron Henschen, who put together a 15-5 record this season, and a 2.53 ERA. The Redbirds are putting sophomore Nick Tharp on the mound today. The righty had a good year, posting a mark of 13-7, with a 2.60 earned run average.

Dartmouth gets on the board in the top of the 1st, scoring twice compliments of two base hits and two base on balls. Illinois State pounds out three singles in the bottom half of the frame, but only get one run across the plate to cut the Big Green lead to 2-1. Dartmouth keeps it going in the 2nd inning, using an RBI triple and walk to get two more runs across the plate. Illinois State goes down in order, and Dartmouth leads 4-1 after two. After a scoreless 3rd, the Big Green add another run on a bases loaded walk to push their lead to 5-1. The score remains the same until Dartmouth blows up again in the 7th, pushing four additional runs across the plate behind four hits and two Redbird errors. Illinois State struggles against Henshen, who holds them to five hits over nine innings. Dartmouth wins the game 9-1, and evens the series at a game a piece.

Washington State Cougars vs. #3 Penn Quakers


There are 1669 in attendance at Quakers Ballpark to see this second game between Washington State and Penn. It's 71 degrees, with partly cloudy skies. The wind will be hitter friendly today, blowing out to center at 11 mph. On the mound today for the underdog Cougars is freshman Marquise Jones. The lefty had a rough season, finishing the year at 6-14, with a 4.26 ERA. Pitching for the Quakers will be their #3 recruit from this past offseason, Ricky Colar. The lefty from Georgia went 14-5 this year, with a 3.16 earned run average.

Surprisingly enough, the first three innings are scoreless. That changes in the top of the 4th, when Washington State freshman right fielder Ronnie Brooks comes through for the Cougars with a 2-RBI double. Penn pounds out three hits in the bottom half of the frame, but only score once. Regardless, the Quakers cut the Cougar lead down to 2-1. Penn ties the game in the 5th, scoring a run on a throwing error by Cougar left fielder Wade Joyce. Penn takes the lead in the 6th, scoring a run on two base hits for a 3-2 lead. The Quakers plate another run in the bottom of the 8th to make it 4-2. Washington State gets two base hits in the 9th, but can't push the runs across. Penn wins the game, 4-2, and takes the series 2-0.




Game 3


#9 North Carolina Tar Heels vs. #5 Nebraska Cornhuskers


The weather is a little cooler today than for yesterday's game. It's 59 degrees under partly cloudy skies, with the wind blowing in from right at 13 mph. Nevertheless, 1658 fans have come out to Nebraska Fields to cheer on their team for this winner-takes-all game between North Carolina and Nebraska. The starting pitchers are the same as Game 1, with senior Clark Griffith (0-1, 3.00) for the Tar Heels, and sophomore Jason Chaney (1-0, 3.00) for the Cornhuskers.

North Carolina breaks the scoreless tie in the top of the 2nd, as sophomore third baseman David Ramirez hits a solo home run over the left field wall to give the Tar Heels an early 1-0 lead. Nebraska takes the lead in the 3rd inning behind four hits, highlighted by sophomore shortstop Bob Lopez's two run shot over the left field fence. The Cornhuskers would score four runs total to take a 4-1 lead. Nebraska would add a run in the 5th to make it 5-1. Chaney and the Cornhuskers keep North Carolina at bay, allowing only one run in the 9th en route to a 5-2 win. Nebraska takes the series two games to one and advances to the CBA Semi-Final Series, where they'll take on the #1 Columbia Lions.

#10 Dartmouth Big Green vs. #4 Illinois State Redbirds


Senior George Cuppy (0-1, 6.00) will get the start for Dartmouth today against junior Johnny Cordero (1-0, 0.00) of Illinois State, in a rematch of Game 1 starters. There are 1664 fans in Redbirds Stadium, where it's 63 degrees under partly cloudy skies. The wind is blowing in from center at 11 mph.

Junior shortstop Jessie Clayberg gets things going for Illinois State in the bottom of the 1st with a leadoff single. Clayberg then steals second, and then third base, before scoring on a ground out. After one inning, the Redbirds lead 1-0. After keeping Dartmouth in check to start the 2nd, Illinois State goes back to work, hitting two singles and a double. The Redbirds score one run to make it 2-0. They tried to add another, but the runner on third was gunned down by Big Green center fielder Nick Henry at the plate on a sac fly attempt for the final out of the inning. Dartmouth came back in the 5th inning to tie the game at 2-2 behind three base hits. The Big Green tried to take the lead, but Redbird center fielder William Bruce had other ideas, throwing Justin Cole out at home for the third out.

The game remained tied until the top of the 8th, when Cordero walks the first two batters. Two outs later, and a runner is on third for Bobby Wilson. Wilson, the sophomore catcher from Utah, takes a 2-1 pitch and loops it into left field for a base hit. The runner from third scores, giving Dartmouth a 3-2 lead!! In the bottom of the 8th, Illinois State manages to load the bases with no outs on two singles and an error. Redbird sophomore catcher Luke Brown steps into the batter's box and lines a 3-1 pitch into right field. But it's caught by Big Green right fielder Steve Nowik!! Clayberg, who is on third, bolts for home. But Nowik has a gun in right and a quick release, as Clayberg is thrown OUT at the plate!! With two outs, a walk loads the bases again, but Cuppy gets out of the jam, getting Daniel Mills to ground out to second to end the inning. Dartmouth holds on in the 9th and wins the game 3-2, taking the series 2-1!! The Big Green will face #3 Penn in the CBA Semi-Final Series!

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Game 1


#5 Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. #1 Columbia Lions


The Cornhuskers travel to New York to play Columbia in Lions Ballpark. It's 60 degrees outside for today's game, with partly cloudy skies and the wind is coming in from right at 12 mph. There are 1767 fans on hand to watch Nebraska freshman Skyler Templeton (0-1, 11.05) duel with Columbia freshman Brooks Sharpe (1-0, 0.00).

After a scoreless inning and a half, Columbia gets on the scoreboard first in the bottom of the 2nd. The Lions don't even get a base hit in the inning, but manage to score twice thanks in part to three Cornhusker errors! The score stays 2-0 Columbia until the top of the 5th, when Nebraska comes back to tie the game. Victor Soltero hits an RBI double, followed by John McGraw's RBI triple!! The tie doesn't last long, as Columbia retakes the lead in the bottom half of the frame. Two walks, two hits, and two Cornhuskers errors lead to two Lion runs, as they lead 4-2 at the end of the 5th. Nebraska gets a run back in the 7th behind Bob Lopez's RBI single to left. Their lead down to a run, the Lions score again in the bottom half of the 7th, as Mike Stoddard beats the throw to the plate on Josh Gelfand's single to center. After seven innings, Columbia's lead is 5-3.

Nebraska again ties the game in the top of the 8th, thanks to Raul Barrera's 2-RBI double. Columbia, though, once again, responds in kind to the Cornhusker's rallies. The Lions lead off the bottom of the 8th. Nebraska commits yet another fielding error to lose the lead once more, allowing a run to score. But Columbia isn't satisfied to lead by one, so Kevin Norton delivers another run on a triple to deep right center field. After eight, Columbia now leads 7-5. Nebraska can't muster anything in the 9th, as the Lions take Game 1 by the same score.

#3 Penn Quakers vs. #10 Dartmouth Big Green


There is a near capacity crowd here in Big Green Ballpark, with 1499 people on hand. That means there is one seat open folks!! Come on down to the ballpark and see the Penn Quakers take on the hometown Dartmouth Big Green. Senior Ed Stein (1-0, 3.00) is on the hill for the Quakers, while the Big Green start junior Aaron Henschen (1-0, 1.00). The game will be played under partly cloudy skies and 57 degree temperatures, as a gentle breeze blows out to center field.

The pitchers duel it out for the first four and a half innings, allowing only three total hits. But Jim Gilman leads off the bottom of the 5th with a triple to deep right center. Two outs later, junior second baseman Sean "Mauler" Fougerousse (.255, 0 HR, 21 RBI) beats out a slow grounder to short for an infield single. Gilman makes it home and puts Dartmouth on the board, 1-0. Penn responds in the top of the 6th with two base hits. A run scores on Bill Dahlen's sacrifice fly, tying the game 1-1. The game remains tied until the bottom of the 7th. Big Green sophomore left fielder Justin Cole takes matters into his own hands, leading the inning off with a double. Cole takes off to steal third, and scores on Ryan Higgins throwing error!! Dartmouth leads 2-1. The game gets out of reach in the bottom of the 8th, as Penn implodes. The Big Green score four times on one hit and FOUR Quaker errors. Down five runs, it doesn't even look like Penn has any heart left, as they go down in order in the 9th. Dartmouth takes the game 6-1.



Game 2


#1 Columbia Lions vs. #5 Nebraska Cornhuskers


It's a beautiful day for a ball game here at Nebraska Fields, where it's 69 degrees under partly cloudy skies. The wind is blowing from left to right at 11 mph. There are 1666 fans in the stands for this game, so if you and 33 of your closest friends want to come see a great game, come on down to the ballpark! Sophomore Jerry Luttrell (1-0, 0.00) is on the mound for Columbia today. He'll face off with fellow sophomore Jason Chaney (2-0, 2.00) of Nebraska.

The scoring starts in the bottom of the 1st, as John McGraw leads off the inning for the Cornhuskers with a double down the left field line. Two batters later, McGraw would take off for a steal attempt of third base. But Ryan Tucker's throw is errant, and McGraw has an easy time coming home for the score. Nebraska leads 1-0 after one inning. Tucker makes amends for his error in the top of the 2nd, delivering a solo home run over the left field wall to tie the game at one a piece. Nebraska, however, takes back the lead in the bottom of the 2nd. Junior first baseman Raul Barrera smashes a single into center, scoring Bob Reier from second base. At the end of two innings, the Cornhuskers lead it, 2-1. Nebraska blows the game open in the 3rd. After McGraw flies out to start the inning, Bob Lopez singles. Andy Jones follows up by fouling off four pitches before grounding a base hit into right field. Senior catcher Pop Swett (.270/.438/.541) comes up next. Swett led the CBA with 57 walks, while also hitting five home runs and driving in 44 runners. Swett fouls off six of nine pitches before taking pitch #10 deep into right center for a 2-RBI triple!! Swett would score on Luke Noble's RBI single, as Nebraska ends the inning with a 5-1 lead. The Cornhuskers add another run in the 6th and 7th innings, plus two additional runs in the 8th, as they go on to cruise to a 9-1 victory over the Lions. The series is now tied, 1-1.

#10 Dartmouth Big Green vs. #3 Penn Quakers


The weather is beautiful here in the City of Brotherly Love, where it's 73 degrees under partly cloudy skies. The wind is blowing from left to right at 11 mph. We've got 1672 fans joining us here in Quakers Ballpark for what should be a great game! Senior George Cuppy (1-1, 4.00) is on the hill for the Big Green, while freshman Ricky Colar (1-0, 2.00) gets the start for the Quakers.

After a scoreless first inning, Dartmouth breaks out in the 2nd inning, hitting an RBI single, double, and triple to score three runs. Down 3-0, Penn finally gets on the scoreboard in the 3rd inning on an RBI single by Luke Greene. Still trailing 3-1 in the 6th, the Quakers tie the game on Willie McGill's 2-RBI single to left center. Ironically, McGill would end the inning, as he was later thrown out at home! The game is still tied 3-3 in the bottom of the 8th when Penn breaks the game open. Andres Mendoza hits an RBI single, McGill delivers a 2-RBI double, and Ed Stein hits a solo shot down the left field line. Four runs score as Penn takes a 7-3 lead into the 9th. Disheartened, Dartmouth goes down in order, as the Quakers win the game and tie the series up 1-1.



Game 3


#1 Columbia Lions vs. #5 Nebraska Cornhuskers


Sharpe (2-0, 2.50) and Templeton (0-2, 7.53) return for Columbia and Nebraska in a rematch of Game 1. You really have to like the Lions chances in this game. Besides, they are the #1 team in the nation. There are 1688 people in the stands of Nebraska Fields, enjoying 72 degree weather and clear skies. There's a cross wind blowing from right to left, though, at 15 mph. That could create some problems in the outfield with fly balls!

The game is scoreless until the bottom of the 3rd, when Raul Barrera triples to right center field to lead off the inning. He comes home on the next at bat, as Victor Soltero grounds the ball into shallow left. Two outs later, Soltero is on third as Andy Jones comes up to the plate. The sophomore right fielder swings at the first pitch he sees, sending the ball deep into left center field, over the wall, and 404 feet away!! At the end of three, Nebraska leads 3-0. The Columbia Lions today do not look like the best team in the nation, as they struggle at the plate. When runners do get on base, they can't bring them home. The Cornhuskers hold on and win the game 3-0, taking the series 2-1, and advance to their second consecutive appearance in the CBA Championship Series!!!

#10 Dartmouth Big Green vs. #3 Penn Quakers


It's 81 degrees today in Philadelphia, as 1682 fans have come out to enjoy Game 3 between Dartmouth and Penn. The wind could help out the batters today, as it's blowing out to right at 16 mph! Henschen (2-0, 1.00) and Stein (1-1, 2.65) return for the Big Green and the Quakers in a Game 1 rematch.

John Kelty draws a walk to lead off the bottom of the 1st for Penn. He heads to second on a ground out, then takes off for third on a steal attempt. Bobby Wilson makes an errant throw, as Kelty trots home to give the Quakers an early 1-0 lead. Penn holds onto their lead until the 4th inning. Dartmouth gets four hits in the inning, scoring twice to take the lead, 2-1. The Big Green extend their lead to 3-1 in the 6th on freshman DH Ed Sprung's RBI double to center. Penn gets a run in the 7th on an RBI double of their own to cut the lead down to 3-2. The Quakers get out of a bases loaded jam in the 8th, hyping them up for a rally. But the rally never comes, as the Penn bats go cold. Dartmouth holds on and wins the game 3-2, and takes the series in an upset, 2-1!! Dartmouth returns to the CBA Championship Series for the first time since they won the national championship in 1888!!

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Game 1


Welcome to Big Green Ballpark, where the #10 Dartmouth Big Green are set to host the #5 Nebraska Cornhuskers for Game 1 of the 1893 Collegiate Championship Series. One of the 1486 people in attendance for the ballgame is none other than CBA Commissioner Ephraim Herring. It's beautiful weather for a game, with clear skies, 67 degrees, and a light breeze blowing out to right. On the hill for Nebraska is sophomore Jason Chaney. After a mediocre regular season, Chaney has been unstoppable in the playoffs, putting together a record of 3-0, along with an ERA of 1.67. But this is something we really should have seen coming, as Chaney was 4-0 during Nebraska's playoff run last year, with a 1.89 ERA. Chaney told us before game that the Cornhuskers were out to prove last season was no fluke. After losing the championship series to Penn, the Cornhuskers are looking for the national title once again. Getting the start for the home team Dartmouth Big Green is senior George Cuppy. Nicknamed "Nigel", the righty has had a rough go in the playoffs, putting together a 1-2 record and 4.85 ERA. Dartmouth legendary pitching coach James Foster chalks up Cuppy's poor pitching to bad luck and says he expects Cuppy to break out of his slump anytime. Speaking of Foster, he is in his 23rd year as the Dartmouth pitching coach, as he has been with the team since it's beginning in 1871!!

After a scoreless 1st inning, Nebraska breaks out first when junior third baseman Victor Soltero grounds a triple down the first base line and into right field. Two runs score and the Cornhuskers find themselves up 2-0. Nebraska adds another run in the 3rd to increase their lead to 3-0. But the Cornhuskers aren't done yet. While Dartmouth is having issues getting on base, Nebraska breaks the game open in the top of the 4th, getting three base hits and scoring three times off of Cuppy to push the lead to 6-0!! The Cornhuskers keep rolling in the 5th, as they tag Cuppy for back-to-back triples and a single, scoring twice and pushing the score to 8-0! Both teams plate a run in the 6th, and Nebraska adds another in the 8th, as the Cornhuskers rout the Big Green 10-1, easily taking Game 1.



Game 2


Game 2 of the 1893 CBA Collegiate Championship Series finds it's way to Lincoln, Nebraska, where it's 75 degrees under clear skies here at Nebraska Fields. The wind is blowing in from right at 12 mph. Along with the commissioner, there are 1682 fans out at the ballpark to take in the game. Getting the nod for Dartmouth is junior Aaron Henschen. The righty from Irvine, California has had a great year and is 3-0 in the playoffs, with a 1.33 earned run average. The Cornhuskers are going with freshman Skyler Templeton. The 19 year old has had a bit of a rough go in the postseason, putting together a 1-2 mark, along with a 4.63 ERA.

The Big Green manage to get on the board early, as leadoff hitter Billy Clingman grounds the third pitch of the game through the hole in the right side for a single. The senior shortstop then steals second and third base, putting himself 90 feet away from home. Clingman did lead the CBA in stolen bases with 44, so this should have come as no surprise. A groundout leads to Clingman scoring and Dartmouth has an early 1-0 lead. Nebraska second baseman John McGraw leads the bottom of the 1st off with a base hit as well. A second base hit finds men on second and third with one out for Pop Swett. Swett flies out to right, and McGraw makes a break for home. Right fielder Steve Nowik throws the ball home. It's on the money and McGraw is OUT!!! Dartmouth holds onto their 1-0 lead after one inning. After a scoreless 2nd, Dartmouth left fielder Justin Cole leads off the 3rd with a double. Cole, a sophomore, hit only .190 in the regular season, playing in all 60 games. But the playoffs have brought renewed energy to his swing, as he is hitting .250 in the postseason entering today's game. Two outs later, Cole is on third base when Bryce Wren delivers a base hit on a full count, grounding the ball into right field and scoring Cole. The Cornhuskers go down in order, and after three innings, Dartmouth leads 2-0.

In the 4th inning, the Big Green continue their clutch hitting. With two outs, Nowik triples, then scores on Bobby Wilson's base knock to make it 3-0 Dartmouth. Nebraska finally finds their way in the bottom of the 6th, still down by three. The Cornhuskers piece together three hits, scoring two runs to trim the lead down to 3-2. Nowik leads the 7th off for Dartmouth with a base hit and the Big Green manage to load the bases with one out. But Jim Gilman goes down swinging, and a subsequent ground ball on the next at-bat gets Nebraska out of the jam. The Cornhuskers still trail by one in the bottom of the 8th. With two outs, Bob Jones draws a walk, and Andy Jones singles. Swett then steps up and takes a 2-2 pitch deep into left center for a 2-RBI triple!! Nebraska takes the lead, 4-3!! But in the top of the 9th, Nowik leads off with a walk, then advances to second on a sacrifice. Nebraska manager Ruben Vera has seen enough and calls in freshman Ben Bueker to pitch. The righty had a decent year out of the 'pen, pitching in 11 games, and putting together a mark of 4-1. He had five saves, and an ERA of 2.38. Stepping into the batter's box is none other than Game 1 loser, George Cuppy. Cuppy appeared in a dozen games in the field this season, playing seven at first base and five in right. Today, however, he's been playing centerfield for the injured Nick Henry. Cuppy only managed to hit .174 in those games, and is 0 for 6 in the playoffs. But on a 1-0 pitch, Cuppy connects, sending the ball into centerfield for a double!! Nowik scores and the game is tied, 4-4!!! Nebraska doesn't score, so we head to extras!

The Cornhuskers commit back-to-back errors with two outs to start the 10th, but manage to come out of the inning unscathed. Dartmouth isn't so fortunate. McGraw leads off the inning by reaching first on a fielding error. He makes it to second on a sacrifice, then steals third base. Andy Jones steps up to the plate, then drops down a bunt. The squeeze is on, as McGraw breaks for home. And he's SAFE!!! McGraw scores the winning run on a suicide squeeze bunt to win the game for the Cornhuskers, 5-4 in 10 innings!! Nebraska is your 1893 National Champion!!

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