May 9, 2019

⚾: Martin, Noles Wrap Home Schedule vs. Richmond

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Mike Martin will coach the final home games of his 40-year career this weekend when No. 25 Florida State hosts Richmond for three games on the field that bears his name at Dick Howser Stadium. The series against the Spiders begins Friday at 6:00 p.m.

Game Notes

The action packed weekend includes pregame recognitions of baseball’s graduates (Friday), its senior class (Saturday) and Martin (Sunday). Additionally, Seminole Boosters will host A Night of Celebration for 11 after Saturday’s game at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, a gathering and roast of the man that has led FSU baseball since 1980.

All three games this weekend will stream live on ACC Network Extra. In Tallahassee, the games can be heard on the radio on 106.1 FM. Nationally, the games can be found on the FSU Gameday App.

GAME 50 – Richmond at Florida State
Friday, May 10, 2019
LHP Drew Parrish (FSU: 6-4, 4.08 ERA) vs. RHP Tim Miller (UR: 4-1, 2.77 ERA)
ACC Network Extra – 6:00 p.m.

GAME 51 – Richmond at Florida State
Saturday, May 11, 2019
RHP CJ Van Eyk (FSU: 6-3, 4.33 ERA) vs. RHP Jacob Marcus (UR: 2-3, 4.59 ERA)
ACC Network Extra – 1:00 p.m.

GAME 52 – Richmond at Florida State
Sunday, May 12, 2019
RHP Conor Grady (FSU: 7-4, 3.69 ERA) vs. RHP Brendan McGuigan (UR: 2-3, 4.14 ERA)
ACC Network Extra – 1:00 p.m.


  • Sunday is also Mother’s Day. Mother’s and grandmother’s of current Seminole players will throw out first pitches that day.
  • The Seminoles and Spiders have not met since 1992. All-time, FSU is 20-0 against Richmond and Mike Martin is 19-0 against the Spiders.
  • FSU has won four straight weekend series, taking 2-of-3 games against Virginia, Wake Forest and Pitt and sweeping No. 16 Clemson in Tallahassee. On the season, FSU is 25-9 at home.
  • FSU is coming off a 1-2 midweek showing against Jacksonville and Stetson. The Noles split a Tuesday doubleheader against the Dolphins, winning 3-0 and falling 3-2. Antonio Velez made his third start of the season in the win, throwing a career-high six innings and allowing just four hits. Clayton Kwiatkowski made his first start of the year in game two, throwing five shutout innings.
  • Stetson shutout Florida State Wednesday, 1-0 in DeLand. Freshman Jack Anderson made his first career start, allowing a run in the third inning while striking out four batters. Tyler Ahearn came on in relief and gave up just one hit in a career-high 4.2 innings pitched.
  • For the week, FSU has allowed just four runs in 23.0 innings.

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