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College Baseball Regional 2015: Bracket, Schedule, Top MLB Prospects on Display

Published by on May 30, 2015

The first step in a long road to the College Baseball World Series, the NCAA regionals will cut down a field of 64 to 16 while showcasing top prospects right before June 8's MLB amateur draft.

During regionals, schools are divided into four-team sections. One winner will emerge from each of the 16 regions following a double-elimination tournament, which began on Friday. On Saturday, Friday's losers must fend off elimination while the victors have a chance to purchase an express ticket to the final bout.

Those 16 then advance to super regionals, where eight teams will survive a best-of-three series to earn a spot in the College World Series. The full bracket and schedule are both available on NCAA.com.

With the draft around a week away, several stars have a golden opportunity to make one last statement to MLB organizations. These three prospects are already on their way to parlaying breakout seasons into f...

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