The Red & Black offers a recap of this week's top sports stories.
The Bulldogs are restricted to conditioning and individual workouts until Oct. 2, when they’ll begin a slate of 30 full-team practices through Nov. 16.
With two MLB-sized gaps in its pitching staff in Emerson Hancock and Cole Wilcox, Georgia baseball looks to build a starting rotation with two returning starters and two rising sophomore relievers.
The Red & Black analyzes the career paths of former Bulldog baseball players in the MLB in light of recent 2020 draftees and free agency signings.
This week on The Front Page, we're revisiting a feat that has only happened once in University of Georgia history. The Red & Black sports editor, William Newlin, reported the story on the 30 year anniversary of when the Diamond Dogs won the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
The 22-year-old four-year starter went undrafted in the shortened 2020 MLB draft but found a home with the Atlanta Braves organization to begin his professional career.
After going undrafted in the shortened 2020 MLB draft, Diamond Dog outfielder Tucker Bradley announced his signing with the Kansas City Royals.
Selected in the third round of the 2020 MLB draft, Georgia pitcher Cole Wilcox has until Aug. 1 decide if he'll join the San Diego Padres organization or return to Athens for his junior season.
Former Red & Black baseball writer Eric Garber shares his memories of covering the 1990 College World Series champion Diamond Dogs and their quiet star, Mike Rebhan.
Starting Georgia pitcher Cole Wilcox gets picked 80th overall in the third round of the 2020 MLB draft by the San Diego Padres.