Stadium: Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium, Tallahassee, Fla.
Coach: Mike Martin, Jr.
Some Notable Florida State Seminoles Baseball Players: Buster Posey (2006-2008), Jameis Winston (2013-2014)
Florida State Seminoles Baseball Tickets
Florida State has a storied history in college baseball. Twenty-three Seminole baseball teams have reached the College World Series, placing the program third all-time in College World Series appearances. The 1970, 1986 and 1999 teams reached the finals of the College World series. Florida State enjoys eight Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championships since its entry into the league in 1992, including the 2015, 2017 and 2018 conference tournaments. The Seminoles have also made considerable marks in Major League Baseball. San Francisco Giants catcher and 2008 alum Buster Posey has three World Series rings (2010, 2012, 2014) and the 2012 National League MVP honor. Posey was also the 2010 NL Rookie of the Year. The New York Mets drafted Seminole Paul Wilson as the first overall pick in the 1994 MLB draft. Wilson is the fourth ACC player to be the first overall pick in the draft. Go to StubHub for Florida State Seminoles baseball tickets to see the future stars on the diamond.
Who is the Florida State Seminoles' head coach?
Mike Martin, Jr. assumes the helm as a first-year coach for the Seminoles in 2020. However, Martin is no stranger to Florida State Seminoles baseball. Martin started as catcher in the 1993, 1994 and 1995 seasons, with the latter two resulting in two of the team's 23 College World Series appearances. For 22 years, Martin served as an assistant coach at the school. The junior Mike Martin replaces his father and legendary head coach Mike Martin, Sr. In his 40-year coaching tenure, Mike Martin, Sr. amassed 2,029 wins against just 736 losses and four ties. He is a 2019 inductee into the College Baseball Hall of Fame. The National College Baseball Writers Coach of the Year award now bears his name.
What was the record of the Florida State Seminoles in 2019?
The Florida State Seminoles went 42-23 overall in 2019, with a conference record of 17-13. As the third-place team in the ACC’s Atlantic Division, Florida State earned its 23rd College World Series berth in 2019.
Who are the rivals of Florida State Seminoles baseball?
Dick Howser Stadium has been the home for Florida State Seminoles baseball since March 28, 1983, when it opened as Seminole Stadium. In 1988, the year following Howser's death, the school renamed the stadium for its former All-American. In addition to being a Florida State alum, Howser managed the Kansas City Royals to the team’s 1985 World Series championship. Dick Howser Stadium holds a capacity of 6,700. Straightaway center field is 400 feet while the lengths in left field and right field run 340 feet and 320 feet, respectively. The power alleys span 365 feet on the left side and 360 feet on the right. Florida State lost its first game in the stadium, 15-5, to the LSU Tigers. However, winning for the Seminoles has been the general rule in Dick Howser Stadium, with an overall record of 1,149-254-1 as of the 2019 season. The stadium has hosted NCAA Tournament Regionals 32 times and the Super Regionals 11 times.
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