Middle Tennessee first baseman Trent Miller has been named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week.
Cameron Seitzer tied his career high for hits in game by going a perfect 4-for-4 with a double and three RBIs for Double-A Montgomery in a 11-3 victory over Birmingham at Riverwalk Stadium.
The Saint Louis baseball team defeated the SIUE Cougars 7-5 Tuesday night at the Billiken Sports Center. It was the 208th game played by senior 2B Mike Levine at Saint Louis, a school record for games played.
Nathan Winfrey has never been one to say much on the baseball diamond. He has simply let his game do all the talking since he appeared on the scene as a rare starting player his freshman year.
FUKUOKA, Japan -- If baseball ever evolves into a major sport in China, the nation's future ballplayers won't ever stop telling stories about Ray Chang.
Chang was the hero of China's first World Baseball Classic win back in 2009, and he delivered an encore performance in China's final game in the 2013 Classic with a go-ahead, two-run single in the bottom of the eighth inning that propelled the Chinese to a 5-2 win over Brazil on Tuesday at Fukuoka's Yafuoku Dome.
ST. LOUIS - Saint Louis freshman pitcher Laney Kneib (Webb City, Mo./Webb City) has been named Atlantic 10 Conference softball Rookie of the Week for her performances at last week's Jimmy John's Lion Classic 1 hosted by Southeastern Louisiana.
Former Mac-N-Seitz player earns All-South Central Region First Team Honors.
Josh Rogers, Mac-N-Seitz player and member of the Blue Valley North High School baseball team, made a spectacular catch to help his team win the 2012 Kansas 6A State Championship!
Congratulations to the former Mac-N-Seitz players who were selected on the first day of this year’s MLB Draft. Ty Hensley formerly of Mac-N-Seitz who finished his High School Career in Oklahoma and Colin Wiles who was a member of your 17U Indians team coached by Jeff Foster. Congrats and best of luck in your professional career!
CHICAGO (May 30, 2012) — In its 27th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with ESPNHS, today announced Collin Wiles of Blue Valley West High School as its 2011-12 Gatorade Kansas Baseball Player of the Year. Wiles is the second Gatorade Kansas Baseball Player of the Year to be chosen from Blue Valley West High School.
Eric Cheray, a former Mac-N-Seitz Indian who played under Mike Macfarlane, earns MVC All-Tournament honors.
Former Mac-N-Seitz pitcher, Blake Holovach, helps Mizzou to first and last Big 12 Championship.
Former Mac-N-Seitz Natural Stephanie Goodwin was named freshman of the year...
Bowling Green's Cameron Seitzer is the son of MLB all-star and hitting coach Kevin Seitzer.
Many young baseball players often talk about a particular major league player they idolized growing up - the player around whom they try to pattern their game.
For the second straight summer, Arkansas pitcher Ryne Stanek will represent the United States as part of the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team
Former Mac-N-Seitz Indian Trenton Miller, now a sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University continues his monstrous year at the plate as he went 4-5 and raising his average to .375 with 10 home runs and 35 rbis.
As a rookie playing arguably the most demanding position on the field, Missouri State shortstop Eric Cheray had a rough introduction to college baseball. Five errors in his first 11 games had Cheray down, but not out.“ The beginning was a struggle, but I was kind of expecting it,” Cheray said. “You just have to constantly make adjustments and try to get better every day. “I think that I’ve been doing a pretty good job of that.”
Mizzou southpaw Blake Holovach (Overland Park, Kan.) has been named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon (March 26). The honor for Holovach is the first Big 12 weekly honor in his career and the second for the Tigers this season after Dane Opel (Edwardsville, Ill.) earned Big 12 Player of the Week following the Tigers' season-opening series win at Auburn.
Missouri pitcher Blake Holovach, a left-handed junior, has been named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week. Holovach was the starter Saturday in the Tigers' second game of their Big 12 Conference series against Oklahoma State. He finished one out away from his second consecutive complete game, going 8 2/3 innings, allowing just one unearned run on five hits and two walks. He extended his shutout streak to 15.2 innings before the Cowboys scored an unearned run in the seventh inning of the Tigers' 4-1 win at Taylor Stadium. He struck out four batters.
Draw up a near-perfect introduction to college baseball and it might look like this — six pitching appearances with three victories, three saves and no runs allowed. Welcome to Division I, Tyler Burgess.
The Patriot League honored a pair of Navy baseball players on Monday as Ben Nelson was named the conference Pitcher of the Week and freshman shortstop David Wiedeman was named Player of the Week. For Nelson, it is his second-career Patriot League Pitcher of the Week accolade.
MNS Alumni, Ryne Stanek, named preaseason All-American by Baseball America!
There are few moments in a ballplayer's life as special as taking the field at Rosenblatt Stadium. For Oklahoma's Garrett Buechele and Cameron Seitzer, last year's trip to the College World Series was even more memorable because it was one of the few times their fathers -- both former major leaguers and current coaches -- were able to see them play.
Ryne Stanek is a former Blue Valley High School player and Mac-N-Seitz alum who currently plays for the University of Arkansas.
Meet the MNS players who were selected in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft
Justis Logan Morrison (born August 25, 1987, in Kansas City, Missouri) is a Major League Baseball left fielder for the Florida Marlins and a Mac-N-Seitz alumnus. Entering the 2010 baseball season, Morrison is considered by Baseball America to be the #2 prospect in the Marlins farm system, and the #20th overall prospect.
See the list of MNS players who will graduate high school in 2012 and have committed to play at the college level!
Every year, a lot of special players from the Mac-N-Seitz family move on to play college ball. The graduating class of 2011 is no exception. Mac-N-Seitz is proud to have been a part of their success and wishes them all the best in the future!
See all the members who have gone on to play at the college level and, for some, the major leagues. Mac-N-Seitz will help you develop the skills necessary to compete at higher levels!
Four high school players from Mac-N-Seitz signed their collegiate letters of intent today! Matt Hall - Missouri State University / Jake Wodtke - Kansas State University / Matt Fultz - Kansas State University / Henry Weiler - University of Oklahoma