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Team: Duke Blue Devils
Home Stadium: Jack Coombs Field, Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Head Coach: Chris Pollard
Notable Matchups: Purdue, Clemson
Notable Players: Ethan Murray, Michael Rothenberg, Matt Mervis, Joey Loperfido and Cooper Stinson
Duke Blue Devils Baseball TicketsFounded in 1889, the Duke Blue Devils baseball team has made quite a name for itself in college athletics and the ACC. Their all-time record is 2,123–1,796–34. They have appeared in the NCAA Tournament eight times and the ACC Tournament 37 times with the last of both appearances being in 2019. The Blue Devils baseball program holds the titles to three ACC Tournament Championships with the last one being in 1961. Over the years, the team has had 105 All-ACC and 12 All-American selections. They call Jack Coombs Field, nestled amongst the rolling hills and trees of Durham, North Carolina, their home field. In use since 1931, the field has recently been covered in AstroTurf, making it one of the top playing fields in the ACC. Some Duke University Baseball Hall of Famers include Dick Groat, Ace Parker, Jack Coombs, Roland "Boley" Farley, James "Red" Smith, Earle Wentz, George Clark and Ryan Jackson. With a strong returning roster and talented newcomers, Duke is ready for a successful season. Get your tickets to see the Duke Blue Devils baseball team at StubHub.
Who are the coaches for Duke Blue Devils?Chris Pollard took over as the 25th Duke Blue Devils baseball coach in 2012. Before that, he coached at both Pfeiffer and Appalachian State Universities. Under Pollard’s direction, the 2018 team was ranked in the preseason for the first time ever. That season lived up to its predictions with the team having its first-ever in program history 45-win season. In his tenure at Duke, Pollard has seen 30 players drafted to the MLB, eight of which were in the first 10 rounds. Pollard is assisted by Josh Jordan (Associate Head Coach), Dusty Blake (Pitching Coach), Jason Stein (Assistant Coach) and Chris Gordon (Assistant to the Head Coach).
What is the Blue Devils baseball schedule like?Blue Devils baseball has a full line-up of home and away games this season. You can catch them in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge against teams like the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the Purdue Boilermakers and the Iowa Hawkeyes. Regular season has them competing against other teams in the ACC for the conference title. These teams include the Florida State Seminoles, the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Clemson Tigers.
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Where will the Duke Blue Devils baseball games take place?Home games take place at the idyllic Jack Coombs Field or at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, both in Durham, North Carolina. However, if you cannot make it to a home game, you can probably catch the Blue Devils at a field in a city in the ACC region. Some of the cities they are scheduled to play in include Atlanta, Georgia, Blacksburg, Virginia, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Who are some Duke Blue Devils baseball players who went to the MLB?A few Blue Devils baseball players who went to the Majors include Bill Werber, Sr., Harold Wagner, Eric Tipton, Dave Smith, Pete Naktenis, Bill McCahan and Austin Knickermocker, all of whom played for the then Philadelphia A’s. Bobby Brower, Chris Capuano and Frank Seward all played for the New York Yankees. Eddie Shookes, Scott Schoeneweis, Ron Northey, Quinton McCracken and Wes Livengood all played for the Cincinnati Reds.
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