It’s a shame, a real shame.
Mark Kingston was experiencing a bit of deja vu Thursday as he waited to see if his team would take the field Friday night to open SEC play against Tennessee.
After two rough weekends that contributed to four early-season losses, South Carolina's bullpen was beaten and battered and down in the dumps, especially after contributing to the series loss to Clemson.
South Carolina legend and Clemson nemesis Michael Roth threw out the first pitch at Founders Park Friday night, stirring up a Gamecock crowd that fondly recalls him beating the Tigers in an elimination game in the 2010 College World Series.
When Carmen Mlodzinski stumbled off the mound with a broken foot in the third inning of Game 1 against Clemson last season, it was a bad omen for South Carolina.
Brett Kerry, South Carolina's best pitcher last season, has been bumped from the weekend rotation to help fortify the bullpen as the Gamecocks prepare for this weekend's rivalry season against Clemson.
Despite going 0-for-3 with three strikeouts Friday night, Wes Clarke hopped out of bed Saturday morning and was determined to have a good day on Saturday.
South Carolina's red-hot offense suddenly went cold on another frigid day at Founders Park Friday as the Gamecocks fell to Northwestern, 5-2, in 10 innings
After Brannon Jordan watched teammates Carmen Mlodzinski and Brett Kerry deliver two dominating pitching performances in the first two games of the season-opening series versus Holy Cross, he knew he had to step up on Sunday.
When Mark Kingston approached freshman Braylen Wimmer and told him he was going to start on Opening Day, Wimmer didn’t flinch.
It took Bryant Bowen just one inning — two pitches, to be more precise — to hit his first home run as a South Carolina Gamecock. On a 1-0 offering from Holy Cross starter Garret Keough on Friday, the DH connected and sent a 370-foot blast to left-center.
Carmen Mlodzinski admits he was a bit nervous during the first Opening Day start of his career last year, and it showed on the mound.
Bryant Bowen is chasing a dream and he believes one more solid season, this one at South Carolina and in the mighty SEC, will help him reach it.
South Carolina head coach Mark Kingston announced his starting rotation for opening weekend Tuesday and, as expected, Carmen Mlodzinski and Brett Kerry will top the rotation.
When Brett Kerry tossed a scoreless inning in mop-up duty in the second game of the season last year, no one thought much of it.
Junior Noah Campbell was named to the Preseason All-SEC second team while South Carolina was picked to finish fifth in the East Division in the SEC Preseason poll, the conference office announced Thursday.
The South Carolina baseball program will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the 2010 national championship team all season long at Founders Park.