During his first two years on the Heights, Gian Martellini elevated his baseball IQ, improved his defense behind the plate, and, most importantly, learned to never dog out a pop up. Now, as an upperclassman, he’s the man in charge.
The Eagles trailed by two runs entering the ninth against Rutgers, but rallied for seven runs to avoid leaving the Snowbird Classic in Port Charlotte without a win.
The Eagles remained winless in their annual exhibition game against Boston Red Sox, falling 4-2, but the game featured a late BC rally and a reunion with former BC captain Nick Sciortino.
Jacob Stevens and Brian Rapp both turned in strong starts, bookending a Saturday loss with wins in baseball’s season-opening series against Santa Clara.
The Eagles mustered only one run in Chapel Hill over the weekend, dropping back onto the ACC Tournament bubble.
Joe Cronin’s solo home run was all the offense BC needed on its way to a Beanpot title over UMass.
Behind the efforts of great recruiting and recent development, BC baseball is having its best season since 2009.
Jesse Adams, John Nicklas, and Justin Dunn combine to allow two hits, strike out eight, and walk none in a shutout of the Yellow Jackets