|Army Black Knights|
|2022 Army Black Knights baseball team|
|University||United States Military Academy|
|Location||West Point, New York|
|Home stadium|| Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field |
|Colors||Black, gold, and gray |
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|2000, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022|
|Conference tournament champions|
|1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022|
|Regular season conference champions|
| EIBL: 1950, 1960, 1965, 1966|
Patriot League: 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2018, 2022
The Army Black Knights baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, United States.The team is a member of the Patriot League, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. Army's first baseball team was fielded in 1890. The team plays its home games at Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field in West Point, New York.
Army has had 20 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.
|Black Knights in the Major League Baseball Draft|
|1998||Mike Scioletti||43||White Sox|
|2006||Nick Hill||47||Red Sox|
|2012||J.T. Watkins||10||Red Sox|
On August 12, 2017, Chris Rowley (2010–13) became the first West Point Graduate to play in the Major Leagues, pitching 5.2 innings and allowing 1 run against the Pittsburgh Pirates, earning the win.
|May 10, 1914||New York Giants||L||7-2|
|April 15, 1922||New York Giants||L||11-3|
|April 16, 1923||New York Giants||L||14-2|
|April 23, 1924||New York Giants||L||10-3|
|April 13, 1925||New York Giants||L||7-0|
|April 11, 1927||New York Giants||L||19-6|
|May 26, 1927||New York Yankees||L||2-0|
|April 9, 1928||New York Giants||L||16-4|
|May 3, 1928||New York Yankees||L||20-9|
|April 15, 1929||New York Giants||L||6-1|
|April 14, 1930||New York Giants||L||18-0|
|May 23, 1930||New York Yankees||L||20-2|
|April 13, 1931||New York Giants||L||4-3|
|April 17, 1931||New York Yankees||L||15-1|
|May 31, 1932||New York Yankees||L||9-3|
|April 10, 1933||New York Yankees||L||9-0|
|June 11, 1934||New York Yankees||L||7-0|
|April 15, 1935||New York Giants||L||9-0|
|April 22, 1935||New York Yankees||L||5-1|
|June 1, 1936||New York Yankees||L||6-2|
|April 19, 1937||New York Yankees||L||19-4|
|April 17, 1939||New York Giants||L||4-2|
|April 15, 1940||New York Giants||L||7-1|
|April 14, 1941||New York Giants||L||9-0|
|April 13, 1942||New York Giants||L||12-3|
|April 2, 1943||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||12-8|
|April 5, 1943||Montreal Royals||L||6-3|
|March 31, 1944||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||18-4|
|April 1, 1944||Montreal Royals||W||8-6|
|April 10, 1944||Montreal Royals||T||6-6|
|April 17, 1944||New York Giants||L||11-9|
|May 8, 1944||New York Yankees||L||14-0|
|March 24, 1945||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||9-5|
|March 28, 1945||Brooklyn Dodgers||W||5-4|
|April 7, 1945||Brooklyn Dodgers||W||4-0|
|April 9, 1945||Montreal Royals||W||12-8|
|April 11, 1945||Montreal Royals||L||8-4|
|April 12, 1945||Montreal Royals||L||9-3|
|April 15, 1946||New York Giants||T||2-2|
|April 19, 1946||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||7-3|
|April 28, 1947||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||16-5|
|April 19, 1948||New York Giants||L||7-2|
|April 2, 1949||Brooklyn Dodgers||L||4-3|
|April 17, 1950||New York Giants||L||8-0|
|April 12, 1954||New York Giants||L||6-5|
|April 11, 1955||New York Giants||L||14-1|
|April 15, 1957||New York Giants||L||16-0|
|May 26, 1958||San Francisco Giants||L||17-1|
|April 14, 1961||New York Yankees||L||14-0|
|May 7, 1962||New York Yankees||L||8-4|
|April 22, 1963||New York Yankees||L||15-2|
|May 6, 1963||New York Mets||L||3-0|
|April 27, 1964||New York Yankees||L||8-2|
|May 10, 1965||New York Mets||L||8-0|
|April 29, 1966||New York Yankees||L||1-0|
|May 8, 1967||New York Mets||L||4-0|
|May 9, 1968||New York Yankees||L||9-0|
|May 22, 1969||New York Yankees||L||4-0|
|April 15, 1971||New York Mets||L||8-0|
|April 27, 1972||New York Yankees||L||10-1|
|April 30, 1973||New York Mets||L||7-1|
|April 23, 1974||New York Yankees||L||7-0|
|May 5, 1975||New York Mets||L||5-0|
|April 19, 1976||New York Yankees||L||2-0|
|April 19, 1979||New York Mets||L||19-0|
|April 11, 1983||Detroit Tigers||L||11-1|
|April 26, 1984||New York Mets||L||6-0|
|May 6, 1986||Houston Astros||L||9-0|
|March 30, 2013||New York Yankees||L||10-5|
|March 31, 2017||New York Mets||PPD||0-0|
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