|Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets|
|University||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|Head coach||Danny Hall (27th season)|
|Conference|| ACC |
|Home stadium|| Russ Chandler Stadium |
|Colors||Tech Gold and White |
|College World Series runner-up|
|College World Series appearances|
|1994, 2002, 2006|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|1959, 1971, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019|
|Conference tournament champions|
|ACC: 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2012, 2014|
| SIAA: 1906, 1920, 1921|
SoCon: 1923, 1926
ACC: 1987, 1993, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2011 (t)
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets baseball team represents the Georgia Institute of Technology in NCAA Division I college baseball. Along with most other Georgia Tech athletic teams, the baseball team participates in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Yellow Jackets play their home games in Russ Chandler Stadium and they are currently coached by Danny Hall.
Baseball is a very successful sport at Georgia Tech, where it is one of the premier baseball teams in the NCAA. Georgia Tech baseball is notable for its high-scoring offenses and stout defenses. Before Tech had its own baseball field, it played at Brisbine Park.
The team's success is guided by head coach Danny Hall. Danny Hall has coached Tech since 1994 and has posted 1,039 wins over that span. He has led Georgia Tech to 20 years of NCAA regional play and its only three College World Series appearances in 1994, 2002, and 2006.
The baseball team, under Hall, has become an annual contender for the ACC regular season and tournament titles winning each four and three times respectively.
The Yellow Jackets play their home games in Russ Chandler Stadium.
|1933||Bobby Dodd||4–10||3–7 (SEC)|
|1934||Bobby Dodd||10–10||8–9 (SEC)|
|1935||Bobby Dodd||7–6||3–3 (SEC)|
|1936||No team in 1936.|
|1937||Bobby Dodd||4–7||4–7 (SEC)|
|1938||Bobby Dodd||7–10||5–8 (SEC)|
|1939||Bobby Dodd||7–10||3–9 (SEC)|
|1940||Roy Mundorff||5–10–1||5–9–1 (SEC)|
|1941||Roy Mundorff||10–8||10–8 (SEC)|
|1942||Roy Mundorff||8–10||7–7 (SEC)|
|1943||Roy Mundorff||3–8||2–5 (SEC)|
|1944||No team in 1944.|
|1945||No team in 1945.|
|1946||Joe Pittard||10–2||Season played in July/August|
|1947||Joe Pittard||7–6||6–6 (SEC)|
|1948||Joe Pittard||11–9||11–7 (SEC)|
|1949||Joe Pittard||10–14||9–11 (SEC)|
|1950||Joe Pittard||7–11||7–11 (SEC)|
|1951||Joe Pittard||11–12||8–12 (SEC)|
|1952||Joe Pittard||8–11–1||8–11–1 (SEC)|
|1953||Joe Pittard||8–13||7–10 (SEC)|
|1954||Joe Pittard||9–13–1||6–10 (SEC)|
|1955||Joe Pittard||15–9||10–6 (SEC)|
|1956||Joe Pittard||11–12||4–9 (SEC)|
|1957||Joe Pittard||18–8–1||13–3 (SEC)||SEC Champion|
|1958||Joe Pittard||7–17||5–12 (SEC)|
|1959||Joe Pittard||17–9–2||11–4 (SEC)||Lost in NCAA District 3 Playoffs|
|1960||Joe Pittard||14–11||9–7 (SEC)|
|1961||Joe Pittard||6–16–2||6–11 (SEC)|
|1962||Jim Luck||8–16||6–11 (SEC)|
|1963||Jim Luck||9–18||4–13 (SEC)|
|1964||Jim Luck||9–15||3–10 (SEC)|
|1971||Jim Luck||31–6||Lost in NCAA District 3 Playoffs|
|1980||Jim Luck||8–19||3–10 (ACC)|
|1981||Jim Luck||14–24||1–13 (ACC)|
|1982||Jim Morris||29–20||6–8 (ACC)|
|1983||Jim Morris||38–15||6–8 (ACC)|
|1984||Jim Morris||36–19||5–7 (ACC)|
|1985||Jim Morris||42–19–1||6–7–1 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA South Regional|
|1986||Jim Morris||45–23||10–4 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlantic Regional|
|1987||Jim Morris||51–14||17–4 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Northeast Regional|
|1988||Jim Morris||45–24||12–8 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlantic Regional|
|1989||Jim Morris||38–26||13–6 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA East Regional|
|1990||Jim Morris||46–25||9–9 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA South Regional|
|1991||Jim Morris||42–26||12–8 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlantic Regional|
|1992||Jim Morris||45–19||14–9 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA East Regional|
|1993||Jim Morris||47–14||16–6 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlantic Regional|
|1994||Danny Hall||50–17||16–8 (ACC)||2nd Place at the 1994 College World Series|
|1995||Danny Hall||38–22||16–8 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Midwest Regional|
|1996||Danny Hall||40–24||13–11 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA South Regional|
|1997||Danny Hall||46–15||19–4 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Midwest Regional|
|1998||Danny Hall||41–22||14–9 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Midwest Regional|
|1999||Danny Hall||38–20||12–12 (ACC)|
|2000||Danny Hall||50–16||18–6 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Super Regional|
|2001||Danny Hall||41–20||13–11 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Athens Regional|
|2002||Danny Hall||52–16||14–9 (ACC)||5th Place at the 2002 College World Series|
|2003||Danny Hall||44–18||17–7 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Regional|
|2004||Danny Hall||44–21||18–5 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Super Regional|
|2005||Danny Hall||45–19||22–8 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Super Regional|
|2006||Danny Hall||50–18||19–11 (ACC)||7th Place at the 2006 College World Series|
|2007||Danny Hall||32–25||15–14 (ACC)|
|2008||Danny Hall||41–21||16–14 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Athens Regional|
|2009||Danny Hall||38–19||17–10–1 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Regional|
|2010||Danny Hall||47–15||21–9 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Regional|
|2011||Danny Hall||42–21||21–8 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Atlanta Regional|
|2012||Danny Hall||38–26||12–18 (ACC)||Won ACC Tournament, Lost in NCAA Gainesville Regional|
|2013||Danny Hall||37–27||15–15 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Nashville Regional|
|2014||Danny Hall||37–27||14–16 (ACC)||Won ACC Tournament, Lost in NCAA Oxford Regional|
|2015||Danny Hall||32–23||13–17 (ACC)|
|2016||Danny Hall||38–25||13–16 (ACC)||Lost in NCAA Gainesville Regional|
|2017||Danny Hall||27–28||11–19 (ACC)|
|2018||Danny Hall||31–27||14–16 (ACC)|
|2019||Danny Hall||39–16||19-11 (ACC)||ACC Coastal Division champions|
|1959||1–2||District 3 at Gastonia, NC District|
|1971||3–2||District 3 at Gastonia, NC|
|1985||3–2||South II Regional at Tallahassee, FL Regional|
|1986||3–2||Atlantic Regional at Coral Gables, FL|
|1987||0–2||Northeast Regional at Atlanta, GA|
|1988||2–2||Atlantic Regional at Coral Gables, FL|
|1989||1–2||East Regional at Gainesville, FL|
|1990||0–2||South I Regional at Baton Rouge, LA|
|1991||2–2||Atlantic Regional at Tallahassee, FL|
|1992||2–2||East Regional at Gainesville, FL|
|1993||2–2||Atlantic Regional at Atlanta, GA|
|1994||7–2||Midwest II Regional Winner at Wichita, KS, College World Series Runner Up|
|1995||0–2||Mideast Regional at Knoxville, TN|
|1996||3–2||South II Regional at Baton Rouge, LA|
|1997||2–2||Mideast Regional at Starkville, MS|
|1998||3–2||Midwest Regional at Wichita, KS|
|2000||3–2||3rd National Seed, Atlanta Regional Winner, Atlanta Super Regional|
|2002||6–2||Atlanta Regional Winner, Atlanta Super Regional Winner, College World Series|
|2003||0–2||3ed National Seed, Atlanta Regional|
|2004||3–2||4th National Seed, Atlanta Regional Winner, Atlanta Super Regional|
|2005||3–3||2nd National Seed, Atlanta Regional Winner, Atlanta Super Regional|
|2006||5–2||8th National Seed, Atlanta Regional Winner, Atlanta Super Regional Winner, College World Series|
|2010||2–2||8th National Seed, Atlanta Regional|
|2019||In Progress||3rd National Seed, Atlanta Regional|
|Dick Howser Trophy winners|
|Golden Spikes Award winners|
|Johnny Bench Award winners|
Individual Conference awards
|ACC Player of the Year|
|ACC Pitcher of the Year|
|ACC Coach of the Year|
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