At the beginning of April, the University of Miami baseball team hit the road to take on Boston College and had two games postponed due to winter weather, forcing both teams to play a double header in order to complete the series.
Former University of Miami first baseman Yonder Alonso returned to Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field for the annual alumni game this past Saturday. The Miami Hurricane caught up with him as he came out of the batting cages to talk Spring Training, alumni and playoffs.
Florida Gators eliminate the Miami Hurricanes from the postseason for the second straight year, win 4-3 in extras
For the second consecutive year Florida eliminated Miami in the postseason, this time in the Gainesville Super Regional, in a 4-3 victory in 10 innings at McKethan Stadium.
Second-seeded Texas A&M staved off two elimination games Sunday at the Coral Gables Regional at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field and live to see another day.
Last year Scott Lawson waited for the call saying he was selected in the MLB Draft, but it never came.
Boston College is having a surprisingly good season. The Eagles will likely make the ACC Tournament. Earlier this year they won a series at FSU. Miami is poised to finish strong as they hope to hit their stride heading into postseason play. Miami is 5-0 all-time against the northernmost team in the conference.
Starting Pitching Advantage: North Carolina North Carolina’s weekend starters – All-American right-hander Alex White, sophomore right-hander Patrick Johnson and senior right-hander Adam Warren – are a combined 11-3. Johnson leads the ACC with a 2.15 ERA, while Warren and White make the top 15. White ranks third among pitchers with 62 strikeouts in 54 innings, which…
Mid-season All-American closer Kyle Bellamy leads Canes to 3-1 victory.