posted on Sunday, February 23, 2020
Every now again I will post some bullet points that are generally too small for their own post. More like little Tweets merged together into an article.
posted on Friday, February 21, 2020
High School stats research project will have incremental updates. Each day, we'll do some research and upload the latest available stats and player bridges. At the time of this entry, there are 1069 school/seasons available. Keep checking in to see this number grow and eventually, the number will impress you enough to sign up to a TBC PREMIUM
posted on Thursday, February 20, 2020
The following list is based on an extract from The Baseball Cube's Draft Database
posted on Wednesday, February 19, 2020
All Head Coaches and paid assistant coaches have been added to Division I schools. Why only paid coaches? I don't know man. I draw lines in the sand and I stick to them.
posted on Monday, February 17, 2020
The College Baseball season started on Friday. Valentines Day. You probably missed it. Missed dinner with the other I mean. No way you missed MLB4 Michigan/Vanderbilt right? Um, I did. Because I'm in Canada. Stupid Canada. Don't have MLB Network. Which surprised me. THought I did ... but I digress ... The College kickoff means the Tracker is ready to go.
posted on Saturday, February 8, 2020
Over the next little while, The Baseball Cube will delve back into High School data
. Though it existed in a prior version of TBC, it was thin and for only a few selected schools. The latest attempt will be a long-term project and will be available only to TBC PREMIUM
subscribers. I have been collecting data for a month and today, I started development to integrate the data into the site. On High School pages, (See Blessed Trinity
in Georgia), above the alumni, you will see a list of available seasons. Regular visitors will see the years available unlinked while subscribers will see more information. You may also see notes of availability on players pages if data exists...designed to tease. Sorry. The data is still thin but will be growing at a fair rate over time.
posted on Saturday, February 1, 2020
The Division I NCAA season starts on Friday, February 14, 2020. Only 2 weeks away. College World Series defending champions Vanderbilt
are the pre-season #1, according to Baseball America
. I'm not sure what percentage of baseball fans care about college baseball. But in case you didn't know, The Baseball Cube cares very much
posted on Wednesday, January 29, 2020
The Empire league
is a Professional Independent Baseball League. It is named after the Empire State (New York). According to Wikipedia
, there are 3 teams from upstate New York, 1 in Puerto Rico, 1 in New Hampshire and a travelling team. To complicate matters, the league office is in Tampa. Someone once asked me to add the league to my Indy League section
. I have complied.
posted on Sunday, January 26, 2020
Visit this page for site updates and random, possibly baseball-related information on the progress of the site and life in general. Hey Cube ... seems kinda old school to go this old format when y'all got Twitter, Facebook, Instachat and all those them there social media things. Well, to be honest, I don't like Twitter or Facebook. I find the updates drop out of feeds rather quickly and therefore, is hard to keep people informed. I also don't like the comments and easy/direct access to insult me publicly. This is not healthy. Instead, I will provide a link to this section at the top of each page where visitors can, at their leisure, click through to read about my latest updates or even my latest rants. You will not be able to comment or reply directly. Its only there for you to read. You can comment privately to me via email if you wish. Old School works better for me.