College Baseball Central Regional Preview Podcast Index

It’s the most wonderful time of year! Step aside, Christmas, because that distinction belongs to the college baseball postseason. 

With the field of 64 announced on Monday, it’s time to preview what we have in front of us. Below you’ll find an index of all 16 regional preview podcasts. This time around, we’re trying something a little bit unique. Given that we typically have a tendency to be long-winded, we’re forcing ourselves to do each preview in ten minutes or less.

Here’s how it’s going to work. At the beginning of each podcast, we’ll start a timer that will be set to go off in ten minutes. No matter where we’re at in the discussion or how much more we wanted to discuss, that’s it. At that point, we’ll be forced to wrap it up.

Those regional sites with a hyperlink in the title have been posted. You should start seeing those on this page late Monday. Of course, if you’re subscribed to the podcast, they will appear directly in your podcast app. Those that aren’t linked are still coming later in the week, and all of them will be up by Thursday evening.

Gainesville Regional

Raleigh Regional

Lubbock Regional

Athens Regional

Fayetteville Regional

Greenville Regional

Austin Regional

Oxford Regional

Palo Alto Regional

Conway Regional

Clemson Regional

Tallahassee Regional

Chapel Hill Regional

DeLand Regional

Minneapolis Regional

Corvallis Regional

 

 

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About the Author

Joseph Healy
Growing up in Houston, Joe Healy was introduced to college baseball at a young age, and it was love at first sight. Like most good love stories, that love has only grown throughout the years. When he's not at the ballpark, he enjoys tacos, college football during the fall, and the spectacle that is American politics. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Sam Houston State University and a Master's in Public Administration from Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville.