Don Miller- Publisher and Editor
Don is a lifelong baseball fan and that life is getting pretty long. He makes his living at home in New Port Richey, Florida.
He served as a fantasy correspondent for ESPN for the Tampa Bay Rays, back when they were called the Devil Rays. He loves college baseball, Tampa sports and follows them both with unrivaled passion.
Don is also a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, and his work has been featured on a number of baseball, sports, business and financial websites.
Don can be reached at [email protected] on twitter @collegebbcent
Josh is currently a student at the University of Florida majoring in Political Science. He’s an avid fan and scholar of the game, who although has a place in his heart for his Gators, is as objective as they come.
Josh is a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, giving him official votes in the Dick Howser Trophy, Regional Players of the Year, and NCBWA All-America voting.
Josh’s knowledge of the game of baseball ranges from the post-Civil War baseball boom to the current modern era, covering topics such as business and politics of the game to the minor leagues to negro league baseball and even international expansion. But most of all, a strong passion lies in his heart for college baseball.
When he’s not in the classroom, you can find him at his second home, the “Mac” (McKethan Stadium), where his Gators call home.
Follow him on Twitter @vadeboncoeurCBC
Josh can be reached at [email protected]
Joe Healy was first introduced to college baseball when he grew up watching the likes of Jeff Niemann, Philip Humber, and Wade Townsend pitch for Rice University. To say it was love at first sight would be an understatement.
That love only grew as he went off to college at Sam Houston State University, where he practically lived at Don Sanders Stadium watching his Bearkats under the direction of the legendary Mark Johnson.
He holds a B.A. in political science from SHSU and is working toward his Masters in Public Administration from SIU-Edwardsville in Edwardsville, Illinois. Joseph is also a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association
Joe can be reached at [email protected]
Mark West grew up playing and loving baseball. In college, he found an interest in writing and reporting on sports. He graduated from Arkansas State University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Radio and Television Broadcasting with a News emphasis and a minor in Political Science.
Mark began writing a few years ago informally about politics and sports on various blogs, but has focused primarily on baseball writing for the last two years. He loves Arkansas State Red Wolves baseball and writes about the games and the players for the Red Wolves and the Sun Belt Conference.
Mark is a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, giving him official votes in the Dick Howser Trophy, Regional Players of the Year, and NCBWA All-America voting.
Matthew Gray is a member of the National College Baseball Hall of Fame, granting him an official vote annually on which coaches and players will be inducted.
Matthew is also a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, which gives him official votes in the Dick Howser Trophy (Player of the Year), Regional Players of the Year and NCBWA All-America voting.
College baseball is his passion, and Matthew is dedicated to the furtherance of each players dream, to play baseball at whatever level they desire.
Matthew is college baseball’s go to source for exclusive player, coach, scout and executive interview based articles. He is at the forefront of prospect knowledge in the nation, and owns a strong managerial and professional background which includes over 25 years of experience as a regional marketing director, author, scout, coach and athlete.
Matthew also is the Media Coordinator for College Baseball Central and can be contacted at [email protected]
Matthew and his wife, Jeaninne, have two daughters, Shelby, and Michelle. Follow Matthew on Twitter @Coach_Gray95
Chris Moran is a second-year law student and assistant baseball coach at Washington University in St. Louis. He played baseball at Wheaton College where he donned the tools of ignorance.
Chris brings a fresh perspective to the College Baseball Central with a analytical touch.
Contact him via our contact page or follow him on Twitter @hangingslurves
Chris can be reached at [email protected]
David A. Bowers
David is a featured columnist for Arizona State athletics as well as PAC-12. He is an accomplished writer with numerous articles published by local and national publications and websites. He has worked in college athletics for many years from Arizona to Delaware.
He will cover Arizona St. and the Pac 12 for College Baseball Central
He is a founding member of the Arizona State Young Alumni – Tucson Chapter and a lifetime member of ASU Alumni Association. He resides in Tucson with his beautiful wife who shares his love of beer and their two gorgeous golden retrievers.
David can be reached at [email protected]
Vince was born in NY, grew up in NJ and now resides in the Orlando, FL area.
He comes from a family of life-long Yankees’ fans dating back to when his grandparents went on dates to watch Joe Dimaggio play in the 1940′s.
A Quinnipiac University graduate, Vince majored in Broadcast Journalism and has been published in multiple online publications ranging from his passion for the Yankees to finance.
He has also worked for ESPN, ESPN Radio (in West Palm Beach) and WTNH (An ABC affiliate in New Haven, CT).
Vince can be reached at [email protected]
Grant is a student at the University of Florida where he majors in law. He has an unparalleled passion for all sports, but baseball is his true love.
Grant covers breaking baseball news combined with his own spin.
Grant makes his home in St.Petersburg Florida when he’s not on campus in Gainesville.
Grant can be reached at [email protected]
Donnie , otherwise know as the “Last Don” is Don’s older son who had a baseball in his hand before he came home from the hospital .
He loves and writes about all sports, but college baseball is his first love.
He has son who has major league potential already or so his grandfather thinks.
He graduated from Andersonville in Louisville, Kentucky, but is now living and working in Huntville, Alabama.
Donnie can be reached at [email protected]