1989 Miami Hurricanes baseball
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ConferenceIndependent
Record49–18
Head coach
Home stadiumMark Light Field
Seasons
← 1988
1990 →
1989 NCAA Division I baseball independents standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Wright State  ‍‍‍   45 12   .789
Nicholls State  ‍‍‍y   44 16   .733
No. 6 Miami (FL)  ‍‍‍y   49 18   .731
Oral Roberts  ‍‍‍   36 18   .667
No. 25 UCF  ‍‍‍y   42 22   .656
FIU  ‍‍‍   39 21   .650
Southeastern Louisiana  ‍‍‍   33 20   .623
UMBC  ‍‍‍   27 17   .614
New Mexico State  ‍‍‍   34 22   .607
Florida A&M  ‍‍‍   20 16   .556
Liberty  ‍‍‍   25 24   .510
Tulane  ‍‍‍   27 26   .509
Akron  ‍‍‍   24 24   .500
Wisconsin–Milwaukee  ‍‍‍   22 22   .500
Youngstown State  ‍‍‍   19 20   .487
United States International  ‍‍‍   24 35   .407
Northern Colorado  ‍‍‍   18 29   .383
Davidson  ‍‍‍   12 27   .308
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1989[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1989 Miami Hurricanes baseball team represented the University of Miami in the 1989 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Hurricanes played their home games at Mark Light Field. The team was coached by Ron Fraser in his 27th season at Miami.

The Hurricanes reached the College World Series, where they finished tied for fifth after winning one game and losing another against semifinalist LSU and losing to eventual runner-up Texas.[2]

Personnel

Roster

1989 Miami Hurricanes roster[3]
 

Pitchers

Catchers

 

Infielders

Outfielders

 

Unknown

  • - Jeff Borgese
  • - Elliot Cianchini
  • - Juan Flores
  • - Henry Hernandez
  • - Mike Hinde
  • - Chris Hirsch
  • - Ron Martinelli
  • - Donald Robinson
  • - Scott Sharts
  • - John Viera
  • - Larry Walker
  • - Jim West

Coaches

1989 Miami Hurricanes baseball coaching staff

Schedule and results

Legend
  Miami win
  Miami loss
1989 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Game Log[4]
Regular Season
Postseason

References

  1. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1989". Boyd's World. Retrieved February 8, 2021.
  2. ^ "1989 College World Series". Omaha.com. Retrieved February 8, 2021.
  3. ^ Miami Hurricanes Baseball Media Guide (PDF). Miami Hurricanes. p. 141–146. Retrieved February 8, 2021.
  4. ^ Miami Hurricanes Baseball Media Guide (PDF). Miami Hurricanes. pp. 60–61. Retrieved February 8, 2021.