Get ready for the 2019 College World Series with our complete preview coverage leading up to the games.
A few months after Oregon State made a remarkable run to its first College World Series championship in 2006, its coach received a package. Sent from Omaha.
How do I love the College World Series? Let me count the ways — past, present and future:
Quantifying the value of hosting an annual, two-week NCAA event that draws out-of-town visitors and an ESPN television audience requires studying increases in restaurant meals, souvenir sales, hotel stays and more.
People will need to be extraordinarily vigilant about safety with new types of users on the streets, one advocate of active transportation says.
Walk-through metal detectors have been added for Thursday's Kansas City Royals-Detroit Tigers game.
The beauty of Omaha also being a Triple-A baseball city is that many of those former college stars return to town as they navigate their way toward the majors. And they almost universally rave about the College World Series.
The College World Series is the Douglas County Fair.
Thursday’s major league game between Kansas City and Detroit at TD Ameritrade Park will feature a number of players who will be in Omaha for the first time and another who knows the city all too well.
Relive every College World Series game from 1947 to today, including statistics for each team that's traveled the Road to Omaha, in The World-…
You can walk, you can run, but you can't scoot to the gates of TD Ameritrade Park to take in a College World Series game.
Doris Aylor will fulfill a dream Thursday when she gets to watch her beloved Royals, live and in person, for the first time.
Check out every Omaha World-Herald cover page since the College World Series moved to Omaha in 1950.
There seems to be a trend within the walls of baseball facilities across the country. Not only are players and coaches talking about Omaha and referencing the city to stay motivated in workouts and practices — they’re branding their digs with reminders of college baseball’s mecca.
Omaha’s most famous artists represent the crazy variety present in Omaha’s music scene. And you’ll get a sampling of that all during the College World Series.
Every year in the days leading up to the College World Series, a north downtown business association hosts a meeting to prep for the annual event. There used to be a ton of questions. But this month, when business leaders assembled to talk through the coordinating efforts ahead of what’s set to be TD Ameritrade Park’s ninth CWS, there wasn’t much uncertainty.
Omaha has an undying love for this summer festival they call the College World Series, and it can get a little wacky in a folksy Omaha kinda way.
History happens here every year. And then there’s Thursday. Banners that say “MLB in Omaha” adorn the inside of TD Ameritrade Park, awaiting the arrival of the Detroit Tigers and the Kansas City-Omaha Royals.
The "hot dog sandwich" and the Wonderboy are two of the signature items on the College World Series stadium menu this year.
That’s the scene in downtown Omaha, the largest city in a state that bleeds Husker red. A place where we live and breath Nebraska football. Not to mention, a place that has experienced heartache many a time at the hands of Texas.
Before every game during Mississippi State’s stay in Omaha last year, Jordan Westburg brought a banana to the ballpark for luck. That’s right. A banana. For luck.
Fans attending Opening Celebration Day on Friday can receive a free general admission ticket to June 17-21 games by signing up at the CWS Table at Gate One.
Players, coaches and fans aren't the only people who look forward to the College World Series. Add ESPN broadcaster Karl Ravech to that list.
From College World Series history, coaching records, players to watch and scouting reports, here's everything you need to know about the eight teams that reached the 2019 CWS.
Some of the nation's best hitters (and best pitchers) cap each season with a trip to Omaha for the College World Series. There are clutch sing…
CWS officials announced Wednesday a joint pledge with the NCAA to fund the rehabilitation of local baseball and softball diamonds affected by flooding.
There’s lots to know before the first pitch. Whether it’s your first time attending, or you’re a College World Series veteran, here’s everything you need to know to prepare for the CWS.
Bassist Jon Jones, who went to Westside High School, will enjoy a homecoming when his band plays the June 14 opening ceremony.
Kevin and Z know baseball, beer and good times. Join them in a trip around downtown Omaha to show you the best CWS secret spots.
The winningest coach in college baseball history will end his career in Omaha.
The last two College World Series spots went to a couple of SEC teams that cruised through their winner-take-all games in blowout fashion Monday afternoon.
Looking for something fun to do in Omaha this weekend? Check out these family-friendly suggestions, which take place June 13-16.