D1Baseball's Inaugural Player-Led Content Team

What Is The D1 Players Society?

The D1 Players Society is a select group of players representing D1Baseball through athlete-generated content, which will be shared across D1Baseball's media channels, as well as their own.

Our mission is to allow college baseball players to tell their stories and to learn more about building their personal brand, all through D1Baseball, the recognized leader in Division I college baseball coverage.

What Will Members Of The D1 Players Society Do?

Beginning in January, participants will generate content for D1Baseball, which could include articles, podcasts, videos and social media content (think Players Tribune for college baseball). Our team will carefully review all content, then use it across D1Baseball media channels, including a special section of the D1Baseball site dedicated to D1PS.

The D1 Players Society will add another level of coverage for D1. Players will produce content based on their interests and will be able to promote their content, other players' content, and other D1Baseball coverage through their personal social media.

There will be a wide variety of content the D1Players Society will be encouraged to produce: behind-the-scenes videos, to player-hosted podcasts, to written-word articles, game recap vlogs, and more. The D1 Players Society will add another level of coverage to both the D1 websites and social channels. We are in the process of creating a specific subsection of our subscription-based website where all D1 Players Society content will be featured.

Meet The D1 Players Society Baseball Members (So Far)!


Robert Moore

In just a season and a half at Arkansas, Robert Moore has established himself as one of the best (and most clutch) players in the SEC. In his 77 games for the Razorbacks so far, "Big Game Bob" is hitting .291 with 18 home runs and 70 RBIs.

Starting in January, Robert will contribute content to our site and social media channels that showcase his life and development as a D1 player at Arkansas!


Curtis Washinton Jr.

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Curtis started his career at Arkansas, where he played 1.5 seasons and started over 30 games. Curtis then transferred to Wabash Valley College where he played last season and hit .412 with 46 SBs. Heading into 2022, Curtis is ranked the #16 JUCO Transfer by D1Baseball and is looking to solidify a place at the top of the Boilermaker lineup!

Starting in January, Curtis will contribute content to our site and social media channels that showcase his life and development as a D1 player at Purdue!


Garret Ostrander

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Garret is entering his second season for Cal Baptist. In 2021 he appeared in 28 games and made eight starts as a true freshman. Garret is already making a ton of content on TikTok, showcasing his day-to-day life as a D1 baseball player!

Starting in January, Garret will contribute content to our site and social media channels (particularly on TikTok!) that showcases his life as a D1 baseball player at Cal Baptist.


Devonte Brown

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Devonte started all 56 games in right field for NC State in 2021 and was part of the famous #Pack13 group who played shorthanded in the CWS vs. Vanderbilt. Entering his 5th season for NC State, Devonte is expected to be one of the top returning players in the ACC!

Starting in January, Devonte will contribute content to the D1Baseball site and social media channels that showcases his final season as a D1 baseball player at NC State.


Brock Myers

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Brock is a pitcher for Tennessee Tech. Last season, he appeared in 21 games in relief and racked up 4 wins & 54 Ks!

Brock also has a passion for photography & videography. He worked for Prep Baseball Report this summer, filming & editing at the 2021 Future Games.

Starting in January, Brock will contribute content (hopefully a bunch of cool videos!) to the D1 site and social media channels that showcases his season at Tennessee Tech.


Trey Faltine

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Trey is entering his 3rd year as the starting shortstop for Texas. In his 66 starts last season, he helped the Longhorns reach the 2021 CWS with a league-best 40 double plays turned.

Trey was named the Texas team Defensive MVP and an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention at the conclusion of the season.

Starting in January, Trey will contribute content to the D1Baseball site and social media channels that showcase his season as a D1 baseball player at Texas.


Tyler Ruetschle

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Tyler appeared in 14 games last season for Ball State and earned MAC Pitcher of the Week honors after the first week of play in 2021.

A native of Colorado, Tyler caught our attention by creating dazzling videos of the Ball State baseball team on his TikTok.

Starting in January, Tyler will contribute content to our site and social media channels (particularly on TikTok!) that showcases his senior season as a D1 baseball player at Ball State.

MORE MEMBERS COMING SOON!

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