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.
With spring right around the corner, we begin to enter the greatest time of the year for sports fans.
The Wake Forest baseball team started their 2017 campaign on the road in Houston, Texas on Feb. 17.
This past week, players from every MLB team reported to their respective Spring Training facilities in either the Cactus League in Arizona or the Grapefruit League in Florida.
The Demon Deacons are looking to make the ACC and NCAA tournaments for the second straight year under Head Coach Tom Walter.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, baseball lost a stud. Yordano Ventura, 25, aptly nicknamed “Ace,” perished in a car accident in his home nation, the Dominican Republic.
The 2016 Fall Classic presents one of the most exciting baseball matchups in recent memory.
For baseball fans, there is no time of year quite as thrilling as October.
After a devastating three-game sweep at the hands of rival N.C. State, the Wake Forest baseball team found themselves in an extremely difficult situation with only a few series remaining in the season.
The Wake Forest baseball team seemed to be catching their form after a tough series against Notre Dame. After that test of character, the Wake Forest baseball team defeated Davidson.
As the 2016 season of “America’s greatest pastime” rolls around, several big storylines emerge as to what is expected to be another compelling campaign of Major League Baseball.
Since ACC play started and Wake Forest opened against Clemson, the team has won two of its last five games.
Wake Forest is currently 16-10 (4-5 ACC play) after winning five of their last six games. They started the hot streak with a big win against Virginia and another victory against Charlotte.
The Demon Deacons started March with a five-game home stand against non conference competition.
The Wake Forest Demon Deacons baseball team — led by head coach Tom Walter, reigning ACC player of the year Will Craig and preseason All-ACC infielder Nate Mondou — have started the season on a strong note.
The Wake Forest men’s baseball team is poised for their best season in many years. They have the talent, both at the plate and in the field, to not only compete in the ACC, but also in the NCAA tournament.
After being recognized as a freshman All-American and First Team All-ACC selection in 2015, sophomore Stuart Fairchild from Seattle, Washington is looking forward to playing center field for the baseball team in the 2016 season.
The spring sports season has begun and the Demon Deacons have gotten off to a hot start.
This past week, the ACC saw several intriguing match-ups. Because the ACC is consistently viewed as one of the top basketball conferences in the nation, every game has the chance to a battle for 40 minutes.
This week the ACC saw North Carolina rise all the way up to No. 2 nationally in the AP poll.