|2018 Georgia Bulldogs baseball season|
|University||University of Georgia|
|Athletic director||Greg McGarity|
|Head coach||Scott Stricklin (4th season)|
|Home stadium||Foley Field
|Colors||Red and Black
|NCAA Tournament champions|
|College World Series runner-up|
|College World Series appearances|
|1987, 1990, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|1953, 1954, 1987, 1990, 1992, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011|
|1933, 1953, 1954, 2001, 2004, 2008|
In its history, the team has claimed five Southeastern Conference tournament titles, in 1933, 1954, 1955, 2001, and 2004, and five regular season conference titles, in 1933, 1953, 1954, 2004, and 2008.
The program dates back to 1886 and, according to former Sports Information Director Dan Magill, was once the most popular sport on campus. However, from the mid-1950s to the late-1980s, and then through most of the 1990s, there were only scattered bright spots as the team managed only a modicum of success.
Since 2001, however, the program has enjoyed quite a resurgence, winning three championships in the perennial stalwart Southeastern Conference and participating in the College World Series four times in those seven seasons.
The Georgia-Georgia Tech baseball rivalry is one of the South's most fierce, and the teams' annual Spring Baseball Classic at SunTrust Park draws some of the largest crowds in college baseball (the 2004 game was seen by 28,836 spectators, the second-largest crowd in college baseball history).
The Bulldogs play in the 3,291-seat Foley Field stadium.
The Bulldogs have had 25 head coaches in the history of their baseball program:
Records through the 2017 season.
|18||Jim Whatley||1950, 1952-75||336||327||3||.504|
|16||J. B. Whitworth||1943||1||10||0||.091|
|15||J. V. Sikes||1938-42, 1946-47||98||63||1||.605|
|13||W. P. White||1921-33||224||100||7||.677|
|10||J. G. Henderson||1917||0||0||0||.000|
|8||Frank B. Anderson||1910-13||51||16||3||.729|
|7||W. J. Lewis||1909||0||0||0||.000|
|4||William A. Reynolds||1902-03||13||9||1||.565|
|3||Marvin D. Dickinson||1901, 04-05||18||14||0||.563|
|1||C. E. Morris||1886||2||0||0||1.000|
|1990||Steve Webber||52-19||Beat Oklahoma State, 2-1|
|Total national championships:||1|
|1987||0-2||eliminated by Arkansas, 5-4|
|1990||4-1||beat Oklahoma State, 2-1
|2001||0-2||eliminated by Tennessee, 19-12|
|2004||2-2||eliminated by Texas, 7-6|
|2006||0-2||eliminated by Oregon State, 5-3|
|2008||4-2||eliminated by Fresno State, 6-1
|Derek Lilliquist||Pitcher||1987+||ABCA, BA|
|Josh Morris||First Base||2006||College Baseball Foundation|
|Joshua Fields||Pitcher||2008||CB, NCBWA|
|Gordon Beckham||Shortstop||2008+||ABCA, BA, CB, NCBWA|
|Rich Poythress||Designated hitter||2009||BA|
|Source:"SEC All-Americas". secsports.com. Archived from the original on 2008-05-28. Retrieved .|
Forty-eight former players have gone on to play at the Major League level, including five active players:
Other notable former players include: