UGA gets ball rolling on up to $10 million to bring baseball stadium up to standards being pushed forward by SEC's top programs in recent years.
The MLB draft has taken a bite out of Georgia's baseball recruiting during the past couple of decades, as quite a few Bulldogs signees have decided to go pro instead.
The Georgia Bulldogs expect the MLB draft to again pare down a talented recruiting class, with three signees listed in the ESPN 100, including No. 1 prospect Byron Buxton.
Georgia left-hander Alex Wood's 94 mph fastball could entice teams to invest in the 6-foot-4 sophomore, who anticipates a possible first-round pick.
For UGA's Athletic Association staff, finding new and innovative ways to keep fans coming back -- and coming back happy -- is at the forefront of the school's ever-expanding spectator amenities.
DawgNation breaks down Georgia's lineup by position as the season opens Friday against Presbyterian.