The trauma of the past two decades is ebbing. What’s happening with the 2021 baseball team is a prologue. And it’s time to believe in the Bulls again.
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USF Baseball RHP Carson Ragsdale Selected By the Philadelphia Phillies in the 4th Round of 2020 MLB Draft
The righty impressed in four start in 2020.
We bring you more of that sweet, sweet #content.
The Bulls can’t buy a hit.
Joey Bats heading to the Big Apple (Port St. Lucie).
Both teams saw their respective 2019 campaigns come to a close on Saturday.
A busy St Patrick’s day weekend for USF, with sweeps, upsets, and postseason news for basketball.
USF’s preeminent hitters slug five extra-base hits and the pitchers give up only two hits to the nation’s #5 team.
The freshman and Alonso alum shined this past weekend against Samford.
Both teams relied heavily on their pitching staff to close the weekend with victories.
We discuss the 2019 season and much more in this one-on-one chat with the second-year boss.
The Bulls lose two games in a row for the first time in a long time. It’s time to see what this team and staff are made of.
Kelly has extensive knowledge of USF and the Tampa Bay Area.
2018 MLB Draft: USF INF David Villar Selected by the San Francisco Giants in 11th Round (316th Overall)
The junior had a career year in 2018 and was named first-team All-Conference and third team All-American at the hot corner.
2018 MLB Draft: USF LHP Andrew Perez Selected By the Chicago White Sox with the Fourth Pick in the Eighth Round, 228th Overall
The junior flamethrower improved each year and became the Bulls most reliable arm out of the pen the past two seasons
2018 MLB Draft: USF LHP Shane McClanahan Selected By Tampa Bay Rays in Compensatory Round (31st Overall)
He’s the second Bull in as many years to go in the top 40.
They couldn’t string together enough hits to threaten the Pokes.
Just three more wins to go..
The Bulls will battle the loser of Hartford-Stetson on Saturday at 1 p.m. in an elimination game.
The Los Angeles native is heading back west to take over for a Pac-12 program.