Saturday, October 10, 2009

Big 12 Baseball Quotes & Notes

NCAA to pay former Oklahoma Sate pitcher $750,000 (NY Times)
The N.C.A.A. has agreed to pay $750,000 to Andrew Oliver, the former Oklahoma State pitcher who sued over his right to be represented by a lawyer in negotiations with professional teams, under the terms of a settlement approved Thursday by an Ohio judge.

NU baseball team ready for intrasquad contests (
Coming off a rare season of missing the NCAA Tournament, Nebraska has added a 21-member class of newcomers that Collegiate Baseball ranked 13th-best in the nation. That’s the highest the publication has ever listed a Nebraska group of recruits.

The Huskers also return Tyler Farst, an all-Big 12 first baseman; Adam Bailey, the team’s leading home-run hitter and run producer; six other position players who made at least 20 starts; and five of the top six starting pitchers from 2009.

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