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Jackets Host No. 21 UVA in Regular Season Finale

GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS (30-22, 12-15 ACC) vs. No. 21 VIRGINIA CAVALIERS (41-11, 16-11 ACC)
May 18-20, 2023 • 6 PM, 6 PM, 12 PM
Atlanta, Ga. (Mac Nease Baseball Park at Russ Chandler Stadium)

 

Ticket Information | Parking 

Thursday
TV: ACC Network Extra | Watch Live
Play-by-Play: Andy Demetra
Analyst: Kyle Wren

Radio: WREK 91.1 FM | GT Gameday App | Listen Online
Play-by-Play: Colin Lacy

Live Stats

Friday
TV: ACC Network Extra | Watch Live
Play-by-Play: Andy Demetra
Analyst: Kyle Wren

Radio: WREK 91.1 FM | GT Gameday App | Listen Online
Play-by-Play: Colin Lacy

Live Stats

Saturday
TV: ACC Network Extra | Watch Live
Play-by-Play: Andy Demetra
Analyst: Dusty Isaacs

Radio: WREK 91.1 FM | GT Gameday App | Listen Online
Play-by-Play: Colin Lacy / Wiley Ballard

Live Stats

GAMEDAY CENTRAL
Game Notes | 2023 GT Baseball Info Guide | Gameday Rosters

TOP STORYLINES

• Georgia Tech baseball looks to remain hot as it concludes the 2023 regular season against No. 21 Virginia on May 18-20 at Mac Nease Baseball Park.

• A jam-packed weekend, Georgia Tech will also have Senior Day prior to Friday’s night game. Prior to Saturday’s game will be a special pregame ceremony to honor Mark Teixeira and retire his jersey number.

• Tech is coming off a huge road ACC series win over then-No. 10 Duke on May 12-14, having now won nine of its last 12 games overall and five of its last seven ACC games.

• Georgia Tech looks to make a push in the RPI race, currently one of 17 teams nationally with 12+ top-50 RPI wins, ranking tied for fourth in the ACC in Q1 RPI wins.

• Tech’s bullpen was magnificent against the 10th-ranked Blue Devils this weekend, allowing just one earned run over 12.0 innings of work in the three games.

• Ben King turned in 6.0 innings on the weekend, getting a hold on Friday and the win on Sunday, allowing just three hits and a batting average of .136 against him.

• Slamming the door was Terry Busse, who worked a three-out save on Friday and a nine-out save on Sunday, while striking out a combined six over the weekend.

• Tech continues to mash at the plate, hitting .354 in their last 13 games, including 28 home runs.

• During that stretch, Angelo Dispigna (.465), Stephen Reid (.426) and Drew Compton (.405) have all hit .400 to lead the way.

• Overall this season, Tech (.324) has its entire starting lineup hitting .280 or better: Kristian Campbell (.282), Dispigna (.378), Jake DeLeo (.367), Reid (.356), Compton (.331), John Giesler (.326), Jackson Finley (.311), Jadyn Jackson (.310) and Jack Rubenstein (.288).

• True freshman Tyler Minnick, who has spent made 22 starts behind the dish, is hitting .276 and had three hits and one double at then-No. 10 Duke last weekend.

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