After an excellent senior season for the Eagles, Dan Metzdorf was selected in the fifth round of the MLB draft Tuesday by the Chicago White Sox. The senior went 8-2 with a 2.30 ERA in 2019.
Go Figure: Freshman Pelio Making His Name Known Against ACC Elite
Through seven starts, BC freshman righthander Mason Pelio is 4-1 with a 1.64 ERA and has impressed against ACC’s elite, quickly establishing himself as the Eagles’ top pitcher and one of the best in the conference.
‘He’s that guy’: In Year Three, Gian Martellini Has Emerged as the Face of Birdball
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.
All Joking Aside, Donovan Casey Is BC’s Every-Tool Player
Donovan Casey may be a prankster off the field, but come game time, he plays harder than anyone else on the diamond.
Doubled Down: How Michael Strem Became Boston College’s ‘Doubles Machine’
As Birdball’s pitching staff faces heavy turnover, Strem will be tasked with leading a lineup that hopes to return to the NCAA tournament.
Weekend Sweep Raises Questions About Birdball’s Pitching Rotation
After losing Justin Dunn, Mike King, and Jesse Adams to the MLB Draft, BC’s pitching staff is up in the air entering the 2017 season.
Pitching Coach Jim Foster Departs, Will Join Army; Sciortino and King Head to Pros
After a two-year tenure as Mike Gambino’s right-hand man, Jim Foster will become the new skipper of the United States Military Academy. Juniors Mike King and Nick Sciortino are also off to the pros.
Comeback Too Late for Birdball in Super Regional Opener Against Miami
Two Miami home runs in a four-run third inning off ace Justin Dunn and a collapse by the bullpen put led to a deficit that even a scrappy Boston College team couldn’t overcome.
Justin Dunn Drafted 19th Overall by the New York Mets
For the second consecutive year, a Boston College baseball player goes on the first day of the MLB Draft.
Justin Dunn Dazzles in NCAA Tournament Opener
Dunn, the right-handed ace who is expected to go in the first round of next week’s MLB Draft, put up a stellar start to help Birdball defeat Tulane, 7-2, in the opening game of the NCAA Baseball Tournament’s Oxford Regional.