One of the reasons I began blogging about college baseball, in general, and the Big Ten, specifically, was the lack of such available resources. However, after lamenting a decline in college baseball coverage on the internet just a month or so ago, I'm happy to report some new voices in the wilderness.
Varsity Blue should appeal to my Maize and Blue supporters. A blogger known as Formerly Anonymous is cranking out quality Michigan baseball data on a regular basis. Here's an example. It's more than just graphs, though. Varsity Blue offers up previews, reviews, commentary and analysis.
Adding to the list of those covering the nation is College Baseball 360. The gang at 360 provides national previews, reviews and interviews.
Omaha Sky is the new blog by Will Geoghegan. Mr. Goeghegan, who also blogs about the Cape Cod League, is typing nearly everyday. It's another blog focusing on the nation, but he does include the northern schools.
Dan Hughes is working as the College Baseball Examiner. Mr. Hughes, like our previous three entries, is covering the entire nation.
Infield Chatter discusses all aspects of baseball. Right now, Harris Frommer has plenty of college baseball talk.
I would encourage you to check out all these new avenues of college baseball information.