No Gator is hotter than junior infielder Jonathan India, who paced the team last week with a .571 average.
Coming off the first national championship in program history, the Florida baseball team is dealing with heightened expectations while incorporating 16 newcomers into the 33-man roster. Voted the No. 1 team in the country in the preseason and picked to...
Florida will begin the 2018 baseball season in the same position the Gators ended the 2017 edition — No. 1 in the nation. UF is ranked No. 1 in D1Baseball.com's Preseason Poll released Tuesday. Coach Kevin O'Sullivan's club had previously...
UF baseball team part of 18 teams honored in Washington, D.C.
Florida Gators checked in at No. 2 in the nation in Baseball America's2017 recruiting rankings Tuesday. For the fifth year in a row, the Gators brought in at least five players from the Baseball America 500. Coach Kevin O'Sullivan has...
PORT ST. LUCIE — Tim Tebow plans to return to the New York Mets' organization next season. But first, what will he do when the St. Lucie Mets' minor league season ends Sunday? Is there any chance of more...
Tim Tebow's twenties ended in a slump. That is, a slump replete with a little drama.
It's official: Tebowmania is a hit for the St. Lucie Mets, and for the Florida State League.
The St. Louis Cardinals sent former Florida standout Harrison Bader back to Class AAA Memphis on Tuesday when they activated outfielder Stephen Piscotty from the disabled list.
Former Florida standout Austin Maddox is back in the Major Leagues, hopefully longer than the cup of coffee he's kept drinking from this season.
There are 13 players with at least 100 at-bats for the St. Lucie Mets this season, and it may surprise plenty of people to see who leads that group in batting average. That would be Tim Tebow.
While Tim Tebow is getting national attention with each at bat with the St. Lucie Mets, another former Gator is performing at a high level with less fanfare.
Harrison Bader started the day in Memphis and ended it sliding across home plate with the game-winning run for the St. Louis Cardinals in his major league debut.
Former Florida outfielder Harrison Bader is scheduled to make his Major League Baseball debut Tuesday night with the St. Louis Cardinals.