DowninDixie gives his take.
Dawg Sports interviews Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau marketing communications director Lisa Anders regarding Duluth's bid to host the SEC baseball tournament.
The SEC is accepting bids from cities wishing to host the conference baseball tournament, beginning in 2012. The Atlanta suburb of Duluth is one of six probable contenders. Do the Georgia Bulldogs have a shot at spending the postseason close to home?
Why are the Tampa Bay Rays having trouble drawing fans to Tropicana Field? Lifelong Georgian T. Kyle King takes his son to a game at the Trop once a year, and he recommends that others do, too.
Following the worst baseball season in the Georgia Bulldogs' storied history, David Perno completed the changes to his coaching staff by hiring former Diamond Dog assistant Allen Osborne as the Red and Black's hitting instructor.
The TCU Horned Frogs will take on the UCLA Bruins at 2:00 this afternoon, with the Clemson Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks squaring off at 7:00 tonight. The respective winners will meet in...
The Georgia Bulldogs did few things well in the 2010 baseball season, but, as the College World Series gets underway, Dawg Sports takes a moment to praise the Diamond Dogs' propensity for hitting triples.
Georgia Bulldogs head baseball coach David Perno recently assumed hands-on responsibility for the Diamond Dogs' pitching staff. Was this a wise decision on his part? Dawg Sports examines the 2010 College World Series field for answers.
David Perno, the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs baseball team, named a new pitching coach shortly after firing assistant Brady Wiederhold. The Diamond Dogs' new pitching coach is none other than . . . David Perno.
The Georgia Bulldogs lost three members of their pitching staff to the major league baseball draft. A trio of Red and Black signees also were selected by professional clubs.
The SEC is looking at three venues to host the conference baseball tournament: Hoover, Memphis, and Duluth, Ga. Dawg Sports evaluates Coolray Field, the home of the AAA Gwinnett Braves, as a possible site.
The Georgia Bulldogs' disastrous baseball season is over, and the 2010 campaign was the worst in school history. However, Dawg Sports sees at least some hopeful signs for the Diamond Dogs' future.
The Georgia Bulldogs' disappointing 2010 baseball season ended on a down note in a loss to the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday afternoon, but there were some signs that the Diamond Dogs were beginning to turn around their fortunes.
The Georgia Bulldogs claimed their first SEC series win of the 2010 baseball season with a 20-0 triumph over the Kentucky Wildcats in a Friday night laugher.
The Georgia Bulldogs opened the final series of their dismal 2010 baseball season with a home win over the surging Kentucky Wildcats on Thursday night.
A bullpen meltdown and poor situational hitting caused the Georgia Bulldogs to lose Sunday afternoon's baseball game, allowing the Florida Gators to complete the series sweep.
For the second day in a row, the Georgia Bulldogs lost a 4-3 baseball game to the Florida Gators in the bottom of the ninth inning. Dawg Sports is sure Bulldog Nation has done nothing to deserve this.
The Georgia Bulldogs carried an improbable 3-2 lead into the ninth inning against division-leading Florida on Friday night, but two errors in the Gators' final turn at the plate caused the Diamond Dogs to drop the 2010 baseball season's latest one-run game.
The Georgia Bulldogs are nearing the end of the worst baseball season in their storied history, in which the Diamond Dogs likely will set a new record for worst ERA ever. In case David Perno decides to hire a new pitching coach, Dawg Sports has compiled a list of four suitable candidates.
The Georgia Bulldogs will take to the diamond in two sports this weekend, as the softball team begins SEC Tournament play on Thursday and the baseball team travels to take on the Florida Gators starting on Friday.
The Georgia Bulldogs' bats at long last came to life in a midweek baseball showdown with the high-powered Georgia State Panthers. The Diamond Dogs prevailed in a Foley Field shootout by a 13-9 final margin.
The Tennessee Volunteers completed a three-game series sweep of the Georgia Bulldogs in baseball on Sunday, but they shouldn't have. Poor coaching cost the Diamond Dogs the decision, and Dawg Sports is now calling for a new pitching coach.