St. Louis Cardinals: Cardinals in the College World Series

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Omaha, NE - JUNE 25: A general view of TD Ameritrade Park as the grounds crew gets the field ready for game one of the College World Series Championship Series between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Oregon State Beavers on June 25, 2018 at in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
Omaha, NE - JUNE 25: A general view of TD Ameritrade Park as the grounds crew gets the field ready for game one of the College World Series Championship Series between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Oregon State Beavers on June 25, 2018 at in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images) /
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Omaha, NE – JUNE 25: A general view of TD Ameritrade Park as the grounds crew gets the field ready for game one of the College World Series Championship Series between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Oregon State Beavers on June 25, 2018 at in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images) /

With the College World Series coming soon, there are plenty of St. Louis Cardinals who proved their worth on the biggest stage of College Baseball. How did they do?

The NCAA Baseball Tournament will begin this weekend, and also the Road to the College World Series for the 64 teams who earned a spot in the tournament. The College World Series is easily one of the most exciting times of baseball season and there could be potential St. Louis Cardinals performing in these games. From the most triumphant of victories to the most heartbreaking losses, it is must-watch television for any baseball fan.

If you don’t pay attention to college baseball, let me fill you in on how the tournament goes. First is the regional round. The top 16 teams in the country get to host the games, and three other teams go to the host site for a weekend-long double-elimination tournament. The winner of the regional advances to the Super Regionals, which is a best of three to decide who gets the honor of going to Omaha to compete for the college baseball crown in the College World Series.

The College World Series is 12 days of insanity. Up until the final round, it is a double elimination bracket style tournament, and then a best of three for the final to decide the National Champion for the 2019 college baseball season.

A few of the St. Louis Cardinals players have had the opportunity to play in this prestigious tournament. Some have struggled, and some have come out victorious. Let’s see how these Cardinals fared in the College World Series.

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