Thirteen of South Carolina’s baseball games will be televised this season – click here to see the schedule of televised games. But did you know that if you sign up for Gamecock All-Access, you can also watch live streaming of every non-televised home baseball game? In addition to that, you can also hear the radio broadcast for every baseball game, home or away, for the 2010 season.
Click here to sign up for All-Access and purchase a subscription for just $9.95 per month. For the entire 2010 baseball season, that’s just $40! That’s less than 75 cents per radio broadcast and just over $1 to watch a live stream of a home game at Carolina Stadium.
Baseball tickets for the 2010 season are being mailed in two shipments. The first shipment is to all donors who did not request seat changes and will be mailed the week of January 25th. The second shipment is to donors who requested changes to their seat locations and will be mailed the week of February 1st. Please wait until February 8th before calling the South Carolina Ticket Office concerning undelivered baseball tickets. Baseball season tickets are still available for purchase.
Baseball parking passes for the 2010 season will be mailed the week of February 1st. Season parking passes are still available for purchase in most lots. Parking in the stadium lot is not available. For additional information concerning baseball parking, please visit GamecocksOnline.com. Once there, select “Fan Zone,” click on “Game Day Parking Information,” and then select “Baseball.” You can fax your parking order to the ticket office at 803-777-7971.
To order baseball season tickets and parking, please contact the South Carolina Ticket Office at 803-777-4274.
Kendall Rogers of Yahoo! Sports posted his preview of the 2010 SEC Baseball season and expects the Gamecocks to have a strong showing. Rogers puts the Gamecocks at No. 2 in the East behind Florida and expects South Carolina to reach regional play this year. Outfielder Jackie Bradley, Jr. makes his preseason All-Conference team. Click here to read the full preview.
2. South Carolina – The Gamecocks actually could have a solid pitching staff for a change with the return of several seasoned and talented arms. The offense, as usual, is expected to be productive.
Season tickets for the 2010 season are still available. Visit GamecocksOnline.com or call 800-4SC-FANS.
Over 114 former players, coaches and support staff will be in Columbia this weekend for the baseball program’s annual alumni weekend. After a morning golf outing, the alumni will be divided into two teams for the Alumni Game. Several current major leaguers will be in attendance including Justin Smoak, Landon Powell and Brian Buscher. For a full list of returning players, click here. Admission is free for all fans – the game begins at 7 p.m.
Did you know? With Alabama’s Jim Wells announcing his retirement last week, South Carolina head coach Ray Tanner is now the dean of the SEC. Tanner is entering his 14th season at the helm with the Gamecocks and his 23rd year as a collegiate head coach. Tanner’s career record is 975-439-3 (.689) with a 580-266 (.686) mark at South Carolina. The .686 winning percentage is third highest in SEC history.
The Spurs Up Road Show is departing soon to head to Greenville for the women’s soccer game against Mexico later this evening. Follow The Editor @SpursUpBlog on Twitter for updates.
- South Carolina baseball listed as one of the country’s “winners” after the MLB signing deadline.
- South Carolina defensive lineman signee Leon Mackey will enroll at Hinds Junior College in Mississippi.
- I also plan on using this space to share positive notes from fans. Here’s an e-mail that was sent to Head Cheerleading Coach Erika Goodwin from Daniel Wilson in North Carolina.
I want to express extreme gratitude to the cheerleaders for showing such interest in my daughter, Hannah, yesterday.
Hannah is 4 years old, and started competitive cheerleading this year for CEA in Kernersville, NC. She has been practicing her jumps constantly since learning them, and yesterday she was able to show them to your team. They all gave her such positive praise, and even had her do them again making sure all of the team at the table were watching. This was such an exciting moment for her, one that she will remember for a lifetime.
Your girls are such a wonderful representation of the University of South Carolina. Keep up the great work!
I have attached a couple photos from the event, and would like to give a special thanks to the 3 Cheerleaders in the attached photos.