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Georgia Bulldogs Baseball Tickets
Team: University of Georgia Bulldogs
Sport: NCAA Division I Baseball
Home Stadium: Foley Field
2019 Record: 46-17
Georgia Bulldogs Baseball TicketsBaseball was the first varsity sport launched on campus at the University of Georgia. In 1886, the Bulldogs played a season consisting of two games, both of which they won. Long before the SEC was even a thought, Georgia played in the Southern Conference. They won that conference for the first time in 1908. That season saw the team win 20 straight games, a record that still stands today. The Bulldogs won their first College World Series Championship in 1990, defeating the Oklahoma State Cowboys 2-1 to clinch their first and only National Championship. Under the leadership of current head coach Scott Stricklin, the Georgia Bulldogs are trying hard to reclaim their success of the early ’90s and have been to the postseason twice in the last two seasons. If you're looking for Georgia Bulldogs baseball tickets, search StubHub, the world's largest online ticket marketplace.
Where do the Georgia Bulldogs play baseball?The Bulldogs baseball team played at various spots around the University of Georgia campus in Athens, Ga., between the team's initial launch in 1886 and the construction of Foley Field in 1966. Named after Frank Foley, the Bulldogs’ home stadium is a tribute to one of the greatest players in the history of Georgia baseball. Foley was an integral part of the 1908 Southern Conference Championship team. A total rebuild of the baseball facilities was completed in 1990, but countless other upgrades and renovations have been performed since then. The most recent renovations in 2015 included an expansion to the stadium’s seating capacity, bringing up the total number of seats to it’s current 2,780. Even though it's smaller than some other SEC stadiums, Foley Field has been a host site for multiple SEC tournaments, NCAA regionals and NCAA super regionals.
Do the Georgia Bulldogs have any rivalries in baseball?While the Georgia Bulldogs and the Florida Gators have a long storied rivalry in every sport from football to basketball, the Bulldogs' primary rival can be found in their own state with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. While Georgia Tech is a member of the ACC and not the SEC, the rivalry is just as intense as any conference rivalry as both schools battle for supremacy in the Peach State. Last season saw the game known as "Good Old Fashioned Hate" played at the home of the Atlanta Braves.
Who is the head baseball coach for the University of Georgia Bulldogs?Scott Stricklin was named the head baseball coach for the Georgia Bulldogs on June 3, 2013. Before that, he had served as the head coach of the Golden Flashes at his alma mater, Kent State, for nine seasons. During his time at Kent State, Stricklin won five MAC Regular Season titles, five MAC Tournaments and put up an impressive record of 350-188. Before making the move to Athens, Stricklin piloted the Golden Flashes to five NCAA regionals and the 2012 College World Series. Reestablishing Georgia baseball as a powerhouse in the SEC took some time. It wasn't until 2018 that the Bulldogs became a staple in the top 25 again. With Stricklin at the helm, Georgia has made it to the NCAA Regionals each of the last two seasons, and fans remain optimistic about their team’s future in the upcoming season.
Are there any Georgia Bulldogs baseball alumni in Major League Baseball?There are multiple former Bulldogs on Big League rosters. Pitchers Alex Wood, Josh Fields and Justin Grimm all played their college baseball in Athens. Also, utility man Kyle Farmer was a member of the Georgia Bulldogs. Former Bulldogs can also be found in the dugout as former Bulldog Derek Lilliquist is now an MLB pitching coach.
Where can I buy Georgia Bulldogs baseball tickets?You can buy your home and away tickets to see the Georgia Bulldogs and every other baseball team in the SEC at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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