Former Gamecock baseball player Steve Pearce was named the 2018 World Series MVP for the world champion Boston Red Sox.
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The lights shined bright at Fenway Park on former Gamecock Jackie Bradley Jr. after he delivered two home runs and nine RBI's in Game 3 of the ALCS, earning the ALCS MVP Award.
South Carolina head baseball coach Mark Kingston held his summer press conference on Wednesday afternoon at Founders Park, touching upon his team's season and a lengthy postseason run that had the Gamecocks cut just one win short of advancing to the College World Series in Kingston's first year at the helm.
Another South Carolina athlete is continuing his baseball career with the New York Mets, as he signed a deal with the team after being selected in the third round of the Major League Baseball draft.
Gamecock baseball's season came to an end Monday after a loss to Arkansas at Baum Stadium. The team came up one win short of a trip to the College World Series, dropping game three of their Super Regional.
The Columbia Fireflies (28-28) suffered another devastating loss to the Charleston Riverdogs (28-29) Wednesday at Spirit Communications Park. This 6-5 loss gives Charleston a 2-0 lead in the three game series.
The Columbia Fireflies (28-27) lost 5-1 to the Charleston Riverdogs (27-29) Tuesday night at Spirit Communications Park in the first game of a six-game homestand for the Fireflies.
Following South Carolina’s sweep of the Greenville Regional this past weekend, the New York Mets selected two Gamecocks — pitcher Adam Hill and outfielder Carlos Cortes — on Tuesday afternoon in the MLB Draft.
In the first-ever postseason matchup between the South Carolina Gamecocks (34-24, 17-13 SEC) and Ohio State Buckeyes (36-23, 14-10 Big Ten), South Carolina defeated Ohio State in the first game of the 2018 Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium, 8-3.
The Columbia Fireflies (24-21) defeated the West Virginia Power (24-19) 6-5 on Wednesday at Spirit Communications Park to take a 2-1 series lead over West Virginia.
The Columbia Fireflies (22-21) fell to the West Virginia Power (24-17) in 11 innings at Spirit Communications Park in Columbia Monday night. This was the first game in an eight-game homestand that features four games against West Virginia and four games against South Atlantic League South Division rival Greenville Drive. The Fireflies currently stand at fourth in the South Division of the SAL.
In the first-ever NCAA baseball game hosted at Spirit Communications Park, the College of Charleston Cougars defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks in front of a crowd of 5,867.
The South Carolina baseball team carried offensive momentum throughout the weekend to the series finale, but it wasn't enough to get the job done as No. 4 Ole Miss won in the tenth inning, 6-5. Despite falling on Sunday, the Gamecocks got the wins on Friday and Saturday to take the series.
The South Carolina bats continued to light up on Saturday afternoon as the Gamecocks defeated No. 4 Ole Miss 11-6 to clinch the series. With the win, South Carolinas has won its third straight SEC series since 2012.
The South Carolina baseball team continued to ride on the momentum it has built over the past two weeks, jumping out to an early lead and running away with it to get the 13-5 win over No. 4 Ole Miss in the series opener Friday night.
Logan Chapman has continued to step up and impress during his first season at South Carolina. The continued improvements earned him the Friday night starter spot last week, and that dominant performance led him to be named the SEC Co-Freshman of the Week, as he helped the Gamecocks sweep No. 19 LSU.
South Carolina (23-17, 9-9) completed a crucial sweep of No. 19 LSU (24-17, 9-9) at home this weekend.
South Carolina (22-17, 8-9) continued to assert its dominance over No. 19 LSU (24-16, 9-8) Saturday with an 11-4 win before a packed house of 7,982 at Founders Park to clinch the series win.
Avenging a frustrating midweek loss to Presbyterian, South Carolina got back on track with a commanding 11-0 victory over the No. 19 LSU Tigers Friday night at Founders Park.
This past Wednesday was a very notable night for former University of South Carolina baseball teammates Jackie Bradley Jr. and Whit Merrifield, as they each got to touch ‘em all after notching their first home runs of the 2018 season.