College Baseball Fans rejoice! Introducing the new, College Baseball Now App! College Baseball Now will be your source for everything college baseball. Featuring every Division 1 baseball team, you will get a live boxscore that keeps everything current, you get both team rosters with updated stats and if you want to listen to the game you can with our exclusive Radio link. On the home screen shown below, you will see the aforementuioned parts, plus a live screen shot of the action! When a player hits a home run, you’ll see a box with Home Run with the box score automatically updated! You can also see umpire calls and the result of the call will be shown live on screen! Below are just handdrawn shots of what the app will look like when fully developed. It will be an iphone app only for now!
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in use – live game action
Paul Goldschmidt of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Courtesy of Sports Glory.com
At the MLB All Star Game in New York City, Paul Goldschmidt will be a part of the National League All Stars team. Paul Goldschmidt plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks and he is one of the game’s rising stars. He has a batting average of . 313, 21 home runs and 77 RBI’s (runs batted in) on the year so far. He also happens to be a Texas State alum. He was at Texas State from 2007-2009, setting new school records in home runs and runs batted in (Wikipedia.) In 2009, his junior year, he was drafted to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2009 First Year player draft .
After spending some time in the minors, He was called up to the Major Leagues on August 1, 2011 (USA Today.)He has a bright future ahead of him.
However, if baseball doesn’t workout for the long term, Goldscmidt has a plan for his future beyond baseball mentioned in this “Rising Stars” profile featured on the Texas State University website.
As a student here at Texas State and an avid follower of the baseball team. It makes me extremely proud to know that Paul was a Bobcat and that he understands how truly special this place is. He took advantage of the opportunities that are here and it helped him succeed in life . I wish him nothing but the best in his career! Even though I’m a die hard Astros fan, I’ll always root for Paul!
Paul Goldschmidt ‘s Double in All Star Game