FSU Baseball closed out part three of its wild weekend trilogy in Coral Gables park with record high temperatures, hot bats for Miami, and zero runs for the garnet and gold. The #13 Miami Hurricanes ( 31-13, 16-8 ACC)
Last night’s 17 inning affair between the Florida State Seminoles and the Miami Hurricanes (which new FSU Insider Blake Brannon brilliantly recapped here) was certainly one to remember. It had everything including timely hits, wild pitches, bad errors, big
FSU Baseball decided to take its talents to a place near South Beach and open up a weekend series with the University of Miami. In what felt like possibly the longest baseball bout known to man, the exhausted #12
The Seminoles of FSU baseball (20-7, 7-3 ACC) lost a sloppy 8-3 affair to the Virginia Tech Hokies (15-12, 6-4 game one of a three game home series. It was much like FSU’s losses earlier in the season.
It had been a rough couple games for Seminole slugger and left fielder DJ Stewart. The three hole hitting junior was in the middle of long slump that stretched through most of the back end of the Florida
From the time Mike Martin got the call from the bullpen that Friday starter Mike Compton had an abdominal strain and would miss his scheduled start 10 minutes before first pitch this was destined to be a strange one.
It was a long winded and highly explosive game at Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium, with the Florida State Seminoles (14-3) taking game one of a two game set against the UCF Knights (14-3) 11-8. It’s not
The FSU Baseball team (13-3, 3-0 ACC) played their most complete series of the year this weekend sweeping the Boston College Eagles (5-9, 0-3 ACC) in a three game home stand. The ‘Noles showed very few signs of the
Mike Martin Jr. Previews 2015 Seminoles Season On this edition of ELO Online, Eric Lopez previews the 2015 Florida State Seminoles season with Assistant Head Coach Mike Martin Jr. Entering his 17th season at Florida State as an assistant coach
Tallahasse, Fla.- Sometimes the difference between a miracle and devastation is a matter of inches. That proved to be true for the Florida State Seminoles (43-17) Saturday afternoon as their furious rally and season came to an end by