Behind three talented freshman and All-ACC First Team pitcher, BC heated up late, won two games at the ACC Tournament for the first time since 2009, and set the stage for an exciting 2020 season.
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.
No one man can replace a bat like Chris Shaw. Scouting, other bats, and a little luck are the key.
The BC slugger joins Tony Sanchez and Chris Lambert as the school’s only baseball players drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft.
Birdball won’t head into the summer with a perfect ending, but it’s possible that it may just yet to be written.
Outfielder Chris Shaw will see a specialist for a hand injury sustained during Friday’s game, while right-handed pitchers Jeff Burke and Bobby Skogsbergh will undergo season-ending surgery this week.
A look at the people who have the ability to rescue BC athletics.
In the season opener at Shea Field this season, the Eagles overcame frigid temperatures (and a little bit of hail) to defeat the Huskies and advance to the Beanpot final at Fenway Park.
Thanks to a three home run, seven RBI game on Sunday by right fielder Chris Shaw, the Eagles salvaged a game in a three-game set against the Demon Deacons.