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Florida Gators in the MLB

The Florida Gators have a rich history of baseball dating back to their first College World Series appearance in 1988. Since then, the Gators have made the CWS 10 more times, securing their first national championship last season in 2017. Below is a list of former Florida sluggers and pitchers …

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Gators Baseball Begins Official Practice

Sophomore infielder Josh Tobias The Florida Gators baseball team is in full preparation for the 2013 season as the team took the diamond for their first official practice of the season Friday afternoon at McKethan Stadium. Despite the fact the Gators lost an extremely talented group of players, the Florida …

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No. 3 Florida Finishing Regular Season In SEC Play

The Gators baseball team will finish out the regular season on the road with a three-game series starting tonight against Auburn. Florida is starting the weekend off two games behind Kentucky, leading 18-9 in the SEC. The Gators also trail behind LSU and South Carolina, but hope to win a …

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Gators Baseball Defeats Georgia Southern To Kick Off Home Stretch

The top ranked Gators baseball team is now 29 and 8 after a victory over Georgia Southern in Gainesville Tuesday night 8 to 2 to kick off a nine game home stretch. Eight of Florida’s nine starters contributed a hit during the game, led by junior Brian Johnson who matched his …

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Gators Baseball Matches School Record With 14th Straight Win Tuesday

The top ranked Gators baseball team is now 16-1 after defeating Florida State 9-2 Tuesday night. The victory extends Florida’s winning streak to 14 games, a record that has not been matched since 2004. Gators head coach Kevin O’Sullivan is now 5-0 against the Seminoles at McKethan Stadium, where 6,005 fans made …

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Florida Baseball Knocks Wind Out Of Hurricanes For Series Sweep

It was looking bleak for the top-ranked Florida Gators baseball team as they headed into the top of the ninth inning on Sunday with a two-run deficit as eighth-ranked Miami led 5-3. But then Miami imploded. Closer E.J. Espinosa and reliever Chris Diaz couldn’t find the strike zone and the …

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