Cincinnati Bearcats Baseball
Let’s party like its 1974!
The Bearcats can make history on Sunday.
The Bearcats keep on hitting and winning.
The Bearcats can advance to the title game with just one more win.
A Rejuvenated Offense Has Been the Key to the Bearcats’ American Athletic Conference Tournament Success
For a team that was near the bottom of the conference in many offensive categories this season, the Bearcats aren’t playing like it in the postseason.
Clutch pitching down the stretch led the Bearcats to another win.
Before this week, it had been quite a while since the Bearcats found any success in the postseason, but the 2008 team did just that and then some.
The Bearcats will face quite a challenge against the Green Wave in the second round.
The Bearcats got an offensive outburst from the bottom part of the lineup to move on to the next round.
In the first round, the second-seeded Bearcats will contend with the seventh-seeded Tigers.
The Bearcats got prepared for the postseason by splitting four games against local adversaries.
The Bearcats won their final American Athletic Conference series of the season and are now set to close things out against local rivals.
These players have stepped up the most during the Bearcats’ conference schedule.
After battling their way back to .500 last weekend, the Bearcats suffered a difficult fate in their penultimate American Athletic Conference series of the campaign.
Despite a brutal loss to open the week, the Bearcats finally climbed to a .500 record thanks to a sweep of Wichita State.
The Bearcats started strong but lost back-to-back games to end the week.
Josh Harrison and Ian Happ are both trying to find the right formula at the plate while some guys in the minor leagues are elevating their games.
The Bearcats played five games in the last seven days and finished that run off in style.
By winning two of three games over the weekend, the Bearcats made a real statement in the American Athletic Conference.
Most of the former Bearcats playing professional baseball haven’t done enough to make a lasting impression, but that is to be expected this early in the season.
Tulane dominated the first two games before the Bearcats escaped with a victory on Sunday.
If this team is going to exceed what it did last year, it needs to rebuild its lineup and rotation. It won’t be easy but it’s not impossible either.
Rodriguez played better than he ever has in 2018 and because of that he was given a shot to play in the Big Leagues.