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Thirty-three games inside Founders Park, the annual three-game set with in-state rival Clemson and an SEC slate that includes 24 games against NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago highlight the 2020 South Carolina baseball schedule, released this afternoon (Monday, Nov. 4).
South Carolina head coach Mark Kingston watched intently as the Washington Nationals won the World Series in a dramatic seven-game series over the Houston Astros.
South Carolina held its seventh fall scrimmage Friday with three freshman shining in their bids to earn playing time in their debut seasons next spring.
The South Carolina baseball team competed in its first fall scrimmage against outside competition Sunday as the Gamecocks fell 15-5 to N.C. State in Raleigh.
South Carolina had its first non-winning baseball season in 33 years last season, and a big reason was one of the worst offenses in the SEC.
The collegiate summer leagues across the country are wrapping up their playoff runs as baseball moves towards the beginning of classes and fall practice. Here's an overview of how the Gamecocks (redshirt freshman and above) did in their summer league seasons.
South Carolina baseball alumnus Whit Merrifield, a member of the Kansas City Royals, has been named to his first MLB All-Star Game.
Former South Carolina football player Brandon McIlwain was taken on Wednesday in the 26th round (No. 771 overall) of the 2019 MLB Draft.
Update (June 10): South Carolina freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a First Team Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), it was announced Monday. It’s the first NCBWA Freshman All-America honor for the Gamecocks since Carlos…
After finishing 28-28 and 12th in the 14-team SEC, South Carolina head coach Mark Kingston is making changes to his coaching staff going into the offseason.
It seems the Cincinnati Reds are out to gut the South Carolina baseball roster. The NL Central club on Tuesday and Wednesday took four players with Gamecock ties in the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft.
The MLB Draft begins Monday. South Carolina centerfielder TJ Hopkins just wants a chance, while third baseman Jacob Olson hopes his versatility earns him a call.
HOOVER, Ala. — When South Carolina came out swinging and jumped on LSU early in the first round of the SEC Tournament Tuesday night, it looked like things might finally fall Carolina's way.
South Carolina got 6.1 quality innings from Brett Kerry and a pair of home runs from Andrew Eyster as the Gamecocks beat Mississippi State 10-8 Saturday to earn the 12th and final spot in the SEC Tournament.
Jackie Bradley Jr. and Steve Pearce put South Carolina in the national limelight again last year when they led the Boston Red Sox to the 2018 World Series championship.
When fall baseball season wrapped up last October, Brett Kerry wasn’t really in Mark Kingston’s plans as far as pitchers he was counting on this spring.
South Carolina’s 14-3 win and series victory over Clemson Sunday was a huge moment for the Gamecocks, a young team with 19 new players.
TJ Hopkins grew up a Gamecock fan, watching football games at Williams-Brice Stadium and following the Gamecock baseball program religiously as it won back-to-back national championships in 2010-2011.
Before his team's biggest game of the season Sunday, South Carolina head coach Mark Kingston reminded his players of the magnitude and importance of the series he calls "the biggest rivalry in college baseball."
As Mark Kingston prepared his team for its final preseason workout before opening day Thursday, he looked out across Founders Park and started to get excited.
Ray Tanner has been out of the dugout for more than six years now, but during the 2018 World Series, he felt like he was coaching and managing again.