Jayson Yano tossed three consecutive complete games for the Newark Pilots in the PGCBL while Frankie Piliere provides his thoughts on a handful of players from the Cape. read
Auburn two-way player Keegan Thompson had a season to remember, specifically on the mound. He, Freshman of the Year Logan Shore and many others highlight the PG Freshman All-Americans.
Indiana University and Albany Dutchmen teammates Demetrius Webb and Austin Foote (p) are making the most of their time spent in the PGCBL after red-shirting this past spring.
Florida freshman righthanded pitcher Logan Shore had a first season to remember for the Gators, and he's the Perfect Game College Freshman of the Year. Here's his story.
All-American lefthanded pitcher Nathan Kirby returns next season. Though the Cavaliers fell short of the national title this season, Virginia has all the key pieces next year.
North Carolina should be elite once again in 2015 with the possible return of RHP Benton Moss and others. We list our Omaha Eight, plus 10 more college baseball teams to watch.
Vanderbilt had a magical run to the program's first national title and ends the season No. 1 in the Perfect Game College Top 25 rankings. Other selections weren't so easy, though.
UCF catcher Matt Diorio became the second player in PGCBL history to hit for the cycle. We profile Diorio and many others in our first summer collegiate notebook for 2014.
Incoming college freshmen, such as University of Virginia bound Jack Gerstenmaier, are using the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League to prepare for life in college.