Georgia Tech baseball has an athletic, balanced lineup led by six quality upperclassmen, and some very intriguing but largely unproven talent on the mound. A loaded freshman class provides big reinforcements, positioning the Yellow Jackets in a promising position entering 2020. Belief is present, especially after earning the No. 19 ranking in D1Baseball.com’s preseason top 25.
Below are a few facts to consider when breaking down the 2020 Georgia Tech team:
2019 record: 43-19
Coach (record at school): Danny Hall (1,062-551, 26 seasons)
Ballpark: Russ Chandler Stadium (4,157)
Postseason history: 32 regionals (active streak: 1), 3 CWS trips (last in 2006)
GEORGIA TECH FALL REPORT: How the Jackets are preparing for the 2020 season
In this preview of Georgia Tech’s 2020 season, we’ve graded the Jackets in each characteristic of the game: Hitting, power, speed, defense, starting pitching, bullpen and experience/intangibles. But before we begin, let’s present our projected lineup for Georgia Tech in 2020.
Georgia Tech’s projected lineup
|C||Jake Holland, Fr.||HS — Montverde, Fla.|
|1B||Drew Compton, Fr.||Read the full text of “Georgia Tech baseball: Complete 2020 projected lineup and preseason grade”|