South Carolina baseball recruit Tyler Callihan was one of eight players to compete in the High School Home Run Derby at the MLB All-Star Game in Washington D.C. on Sunday, hitting 21 home runs to finish fourth.
Catching up with South Carolina alums who are playing professional baseball in 2018, including recently Jackie Bradley Jr., Christian Walker, Clarke Schmidt, Grayson Greiner, Wil Crowe and Whit Merrifield.
South Carolina baseball’s Noah Campbell was named a Cape Cod League All-Star on Saturday, as the Gamecock second baseman continued to hit well in summer baseball. Campbell is expected be key for USC in 2019.
South Carolina Gamecocks baseball picked up a Top-25 national recruit in 2020 Georgia outfielder Josh Shuler. The North Gwinett star joins Brandon Fields as top outfielders whose commitment Mark Kingston secured.
South Carolina baseball’s Mark Kingston was one of several coaches recognized by D1Baseball.com for their strong work in the 2018 season, as Kingston led the Gamecocks to the NCAA Super Regionals in his first season.
Former South Carolina baseball star Wil Crowe got off to a blazing start in 2018 in the Washington Nationals' farm system before an elbow injury sidelined him for a month. Now the ex-Gamecock is back and eager to move up in the minors.
Catching up with South Carolina alums who are playing professional baseball in 2018, including recently traded Steve Pearce, Jackie Bradley Jr., Christian Walker, Clarke Schmidt, Grayson Greiner, Wil Crowe and Whit Merrifield.
Catching up with South Carolina alums who are playing professional baseball in 2018, including recently traded Steve Pearce, Jackie Bradley Jr on the upswing, Christian Walker, Clarke Schmidt, Grayson Greiner, Wil Crowe and Whit Merrifield.
The final Baseball America poll of the season was released on Friday, June 29, 2018. Where South Carolina and Clemson are ranked in the poll. Oregon State is No. 1 after winning the College World Series against Arkansas on Thursday night.
South Carolina Gamecocks baseball turned its 2018 season around and finished high in the final D1Baseball poll. USC won the NCAA Tournament regional at ECU and battled eventual College World Series runner-up Arkansas.
South Carolina baseball coach Mark Kingston held a news conference on June 27, 2018, to review the 2018 season and look ahead to 2019. The Gamecocks must replace several key players after advancing to the NCAA super regional round.
South Carolina's Carlos Cortes has agreed to terms with the New York Mets, who selected him in the third round of the Major League Baseball draft. According to Baseball America’s Jim Callis, Cortes’ signing bonus is $1,038,000.