With the second full week of the regular season completed, divisional dark horses and breakout players are beginning to emerge.
The Wake Forest baseball team recently dropped in the rankings from No. 17 to 20 after losing a series to No. 2 Louisville.
The first week of the MLB season is in the books.
Mike Trout of the Angels and Nolan Arenado of the Rockies are the 2017 MVP frontrunners.
Ranked No. 17 in the nation, the Wake Forest baseball team has picked up considerable energy with a 22-8 overall record and 8-4 conference record.
It’s always fun to overreact to the first few days of baseball season, declaring that player X is on pace for 162 home runs or that pitcher y has an ERA of exactly 0.00. So without further ado let’s get into the breakout performers of the first few games of the Major League baseball season.
Senior outfielder and leadoff hitter Jonathan Pryor opens up about life on the No. 24 ranked Diamond Deacs.
The World Baseball Classic, or WBC, took a huge step forward in 2017 towards establishing itself as a legitimate tournament in the eyes of the American public.
The Deacs brought home yet another series win this past weekend, this time against North Carolina rival, Duke.
As spring training’s initial allure begins to fade and teams begin to finalize their 40-man rosters, the preseason buzz surrounding all of baseball’s 2017 favorites and storylines is peaking.