Cincinnati Bearcats Baseball 2019
As Major League Baseball gets set for the All Star game, let’s take stock of the first few months of baseball from the perspective of former Bearcats.
The Cincinnati Reds came calling after Bumpass put together a sensational senior season, particularly in the postseason.
The Bearcats are in a must-win situation on Sunday.
In a reversal of recent trends, the Bearcats had trouble getting on base in a 10-4 setback against the Wolverines.
The Bearcats won on Friday and now they will try to defeat the Wolverines in the winner’s bracket of the Corvallis Regional.
Clutch hitting from A.J. Bumpass and great pitching at the beginning and end of the game carried the Bearcats to victory.
Imagine sitting out of the postseason for 45 years only to face the defending national champions when you finally return.
Let’s get to now Cincinnati’s first opponent in the NCAA Tournament by talking to someone who knows Oregon State well.
Oregon State, Creighton and Michigan are three teams with plenty of talent, meaning the Bearcats will be in for a real challenge.
The fourth-seed in the regional, the Bearcats will play host and No. 1 seed Oregon State in the first round.
Let’s party like its 1974!
The Bearcats can make history on Sunday.
The Bearcats keep on hitting and winning.
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.
With the East Carolina Pirates looming, Bumpass has picked up the pace at the plate.
Despite a brutal loss to open the week, the Bearcats finally climbed to a .500 record thanks to a sweep of Wichita State.