The BC Baseball Schedule is Here!

The wait is finally over! The BC baseball schedule is here and we could not be more excited. Make sure to mark your calendars and clear your schedule so you don’t miss a single game.

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The BC Baseball Schedule is here- get excited!

The BC baseball schedule is here, and fans are already getting excited for the upcoming season With so many great games to look forward to, it’s going to be a great year for baseball in BC. Make sure to catch your favourite team in action, and don’t miss out on any of the exciting games

All the games you need to know about

The BC Baseball Schedule is Here! The Boston College baseball team has released their full schedule for the 2019 season. All home games will be played at the newly renovated and state-of-the-art Commonwealth Stadium. Check out the schedule below and make sure to mark your calendars for these can’t-miss games!

Key dates and times for the season

Here is the schedule for the BC Baseball Team Make sure to mark these key dates and times in your calendar so you don’t miss any of the action!

-February 17: Pre-season exhibition game against University of Arizona
-February 20-22: Pre-season tournament in San Francisco
-March 3: home opener against Stanford
-March 5-7: Home series against USC
-March 10: Home game against Boston College
-April 7-9: Away series against California
-May 5-7: Home series against Washington

home games vs. away games

The BC Baseball schedule is out, and we can’t wait to see how the team does this season! Here’s a quick look at the home vs. away game split:

Home games: 36
Away games: 30

We’re excited to see the team in action, and we hope to see you at the ballpark!

Who BC is playing and when

The BC Baseball schedule is here! The season kicks off on February 15th against Clemson, and will culminate with the ACC tournament in early May. Below is the full schedule – make sure to go out and support the team as they defend their ACC Championship title!

February 15th – Clemson
February 16th – Clemson
February 17th – at Florida State
February 21st – James Madison
February 22nd – James Madison
February 23rd – James Madison
March 1st-3rd – at Virginia Tech
March 8th-10th – Notre Dame
March 15th-17th – Wake Forest
March 21st-23rd – at Pittsburgh
March 29th-31st – Miami (FL)
April 5th-7th – at Georgia Tech
April 12th-14th – Virginia Commonwealth
April 19th-21st – at Louisville
April 26th-28th – Boston College

The post-season and beyond

The post-season and beyond
The BC baseball schedule is out, and the Eagles have their sights set on the post-season. Beyond that, they have their sights set on a World Championship

The Eagles will open their season on the road against the defending National Champions Stanford, on February 14. They will play their first home game of the season against cross-town rival Boston College on February 21.

BC will play its first ACC series of the season at home against Clemson from March 7-9. The Eagles will then hit the road for a 10-day, three-game series against Oregon State from March 14-16.

How to follow BC baseball this season

Whether you’re a diehard fan or just curious about the team, here’s how you can follow BC baseball this season. All home games will be played at Hillside Stadium and will be broadcast live on the radio on WEEI 850 AM.

There will also be live video streams of all Home Games available through the BC Athletics website. If you can’t make it to the game or catch it live, recaps and highlights will be posted on the website after each game.

In addition to following the games, you can also stay up to date on team news by following @BCBirdball on Twitter. The account will share links to stories, features, and other content related to the team throughout the season.

Get to know the team- who to watch

This year’s BC baseball team is looking good. They have a lot of new talent and a lot of players with a lot of potential. Here are some of the players to Watch This Season

-Bobby Dalbec is a Junior from Arizona. He is a power hitter and plays third base. He is one of the top hitters in the country and is expected to be a first-round pick in next year’s MLB Draft

--Joey Walsh is a Sophomore from Massachusetts. He is a left-handed pitcher and is one of the top prospects in the country. He has a great slider and an above-average fastball

– Tanner Houck is a Junior from Missouri. He is a right-handed pitcher and was drafted in the first round by the Boston Red Sox last year. He did not sign with them, but he is expected to be drafted high again this year.

The history of BC baseball

BC baseball has a long and storied history dating back to the 19th century. The team has won numerous championships and produced many Major League Baseball stars. Today, the team is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference and plays its home games at Fenway Park

What’s new this season

The big news for this season is the move of the All-Star game to Cleveland. The game will be played at Progressive Field on July 9th. In addition, the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off game has been moved to July 3rd.

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