Coming back from being swept in three games by Louisville, Boston College baseball put up 18 runs Wednesday to beat Holy Cross in a combined 30 run game.
Boston College baseball is winning games and breaking records, but the Eagles are still short of their full potential. BC is good and its ceiling has not yet been reached.
Birdball jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second inning, but the Cardinals chipped back throughout the game and scored four in the eighth to win 8-6.
BC’s usually potent offense managed just two hits and six total baserunners, and Louisville smacked a pair of home runs to win 5-0.
Walks and all-around sloppy play cost BC Friday in its loss to Louisville. The Eagles scored three runs in the first two innings off errors but were shut out for the remainder of the game.
Every statistic said Boston College baseball had no shot at a comeback down by eight runs in the ninth inning, but the Eagles did it anyway.
Down 9-1 with two outs in the top of the ninth, BC seemed set to lose its second game in a row to Auburn Sunday. Instead, the Eagles pieced together a two-out rally for the ages resulting in an 11-9 extra-innings victory.
Boston College baseball defeated Auburn 8-2 Friday. The Eagles combined for four home runs behind a strong pitching performance by Mason Pelio.
After spitting the first two games of the series, Boston College baseball beat Duke 5-2 on Sunday in a relatively quiet offensive game. The series win is BC’s first of the yer against an ACC opponent.