The University of Miami baseball team used a combination of dominating pitching performances, timely hitting and poor fielding from the University at Albany Great Danes to outscore its opponent from upstate New York 38-10 in a three game sweep at Alex Rodriguez Park.
The brooms were out for the first time this season at Alex Rodriguez Park this weekend. Catcher Peter O’Brien had a career day, the pitching staff clamped down in the final two innings, and the Hurricanes (3-0) came away with an opening series sweep against Rutgers (0-3) on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Scarlet Knights...
On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a week before the official start of spring practice, Eric Erickson steps out of the Hurricanes locker room at Alex Rodriguez Park. He approaches slowly wearing street clothes, calculated and confident as always. He reintroduces himself.
The 13th ranked University of Miami Baseball team will begin its 2012 season Friday night against Rutgers. It’s the fourth consecutive year that the teams will meet on opening weekend, but coach Jim Morris readily admits that the familiarity stops there when it comes to facing the Scarlet Knights.
With Opening night just over a day away, the Hurricanes baseball team will once again begin their quest to make it to Omaha, Nebraska for the College World Series and compete for their 5th World Series title. Here are 5 things to keep in mind heading into the season.
Former and current Hurricanes descended on Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field for the unofficial start to the 2012 season, participating in autograph sessions and other activities in what is a yearly event for fans and players in the University of Miami baseball community.
Miami, ranked as the No.13 team in the nation by the USA Today/ESPN Top 25 poll, is just over one week away from kicking off it’s home opener against Rutgers next Friday. Although the Canes are coming off a year in which seven former players left for the MLB, there is hope that this year’s...
The NCAA informed the former Bethune-Cookman standout that he has been ruled eligible to play baseball for the University of Miami this season, and now the Hurricanes have a legitimate offensive force back at the catcher position.
Fall practice is underway for the University of Miami baseball team and, as usual, expectations are high for the upcoming season.
The University of Miami baseball team (28-13, 15-5) will welcome longtime rival Florida State (31-10, 14-7) to Coral Gables this weekend for a three game series at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
Intangibles- Like any rivalry between the Canes and the Seminoles, this is a big weekend for both of these teams. The Canes went 2-2 against the Seminoles last year, picking up a win in Tallahassee as well as one in the ACC Tournament. Still this is an FSU team that went to the College World...
Miami (27-13, 15-5) took two of three games from UNC over the weekend, including a sweep of a Saturday double-header that was the result of a rainout on Friday.