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MLB Draft Prospect of the Day: Courtney Hawkins


Nice feature from SB Nation's Minor League Ball on Texas signee Courtney Hawkins. Go salivate about him patrolling left field next season then pray he falls in the draft as he's probably not making it to the 40 Acres otherwise.

Sam Stafford will miss 2012 Texas Baseball Season


Per the Statesman's Alan Trubow: Breaking News: Texas ace Sam Stafford will likely miss the 2012 baseball season with a shoulder injury.

Austin Super Regional Dates/Times Set


The Longhorns will host the Arizona State Sun Devils in the Austin Super Regional beginning with a 6 pm CST contest telecast on ESPN on Friday. The Saturday and Sunday (if necessary) games are set for the same time start time, with ESPN televising once again on Saturday and the Sunday contest switching to ESPN2.

Texas Baseball #7 in Collegiate Baseball Preseason Poll


Oklahoma is #6 fresh off a trip to the CWS and the Ags are #8. Texas will also face #10 Stanford, #38 Hawaii, and #39 Baylor. Of note, Texas will not be playing #21 Rice this year, at least not in the regular season.

Texas Baseball - Three Fall Games


Texas State during the bye week. Two games with Vanderbilt sandwiched between the Nebraska game.

Cameron Rupp Signs


Rupp signed with the Phillies earlier this week, which was completely expected. Chance Ruffin, Brandon Workman, Cole Green, and Kevin Keyes remain Longhorns...for now. It's not much, but it's the offseason.

Connor Rowe Signs with the Nationals


No word on how much money he got, but not at all a surprise. The Nats have scored 1 run in 20 innings this weekend against the White Sox, so Rowe will fit right in.

Jungman and Ruffin Listed on Baseball America's College All-American Team


Texas has had a player make the list in eight out of the last nine seasons.

Workman, Ruffin and Green Are All-Americans


Congrats to Brandon, Chance and Cole. No love for Taylor Jungmann whose 2.16 ERA and 113 strikeouts apparently aren't all that impressive.

Keith Moreland to have his number retired tonight at the Baylor Game


Congrats to Keith Moreland, one of the best hitters to play at Texas, as his # 3 Texas jersey gets retired tonight. A 3-time All American, and multi-sport athlete, Keith Moreland was one of the all time greats to come through Austin on his way to the majors. Keith will join Hooton, Swindell, Clemens, Bryant and Kieschnick as the only players to have their number retired at The Dish. Cameron Rupp, who was paying tribute to Moreland by wearing #3, will continue to wear the jersey until the end of the season.

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