College Baseball Central Releases Top 25 Baseball Rankings

CollegeBaseballCentral.com announced its 2014 College Baseball Central Preseason Top 25 on January 7, 2014. The rankings were complied by the staff of College Baseball Central and includes previews of each team in the list.

College World SeriesThe 2014 College Baseball Central Preseason Top 25 features some surprises as well as some perennial powers in college baseball. College Baseball Central is a website that features a dedicated staff of writers and journalists are committed to bringing original newsworthy content to every individual article published.

While the UCLA Bruins were the National Champions in 2013 beating Mississippi State in the finals, the site listed Vanderbilt as the number one team in the country heading into the New Year edging Cal State Fullerton and LSU. The rankings are listed below

1 Vanderbilt, 2 Cal State Fullerton, 3 LSU – Preview, 4 Oregon State, 5  North Carolina, 6 Oregon, 7 Florida State, 8 Louisville, 9 NC State, 10 Virginia, 11 Indiana, 12 UCLA, 13 Arkansas, 14 Mississippi State, 15 South Carolina, 16 Kansas State, 17 New Mexico, 18 Clemson, 19 Arizona State, 20 Seton Hall, 21 Oklahoma State, 22 Troy, 23 Cal Poly, 24 Rice, 25 Stanford

Other teams receiving consideration: South Alabama, Mississippi, , South Florida, Florida, Texas A&M, Louisiana-Lafayette, Oklahoma, Liberty.

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