Georgia Baseball Breaks Multiple Records in Upset Win Over #1 Texas A&M

Multiple records were broken in Georgias upset win over Texas A&M. Let's examine these records and who broke them.
Georgia's dugout celebrates first baseman Charlie Condon  s (24) home run on the Gators, Friday,
Georgia's dugout celebrates first baseman Charlie Condon s (24) home run on the Gators, Friday, / Cyndi Chambers / USA TODAY NETWORK

On Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs took down the number one ranked Texas A&M Aggies with a final score of 5-4. The Bulldogs were able to win by hitting three home runs in the seventh inning.

Kolby Branch and Tre Phelps both hit home runs which gave Georgia a 3-2 lead. Charlie Condon comes up with history on the line and sends a ball into the bleachers to give the Bulldogs a 5-2 lead.

This home run for Condon was very significant as it was his 29th home run of the season, setting the single season home run record at Georgia University. It also was his 54th career home run, which set the all time home run record for a single player.

The previous record holder for single season home runs and all time home runs was Gordon Beckham. He set these records in 2008 when the Bulldogs lost in the College World Series Championship to Fresno State.

When you thought that was pretty impressive, it got even better. This home run also tied the school's record for most home runs as a team in one season at 109 home runs.

According to MLB Pipeline, Condon is the number one overall prospect for this years Major League Draft. His power was given a grade of 70 and he is proving that they are correct.

Georgia's next game will be on Tuesday night against Kennesaw State. The first home run the team hits will break the programs single season home run record. This record was previously set in 2009 when they hit 109 home runs in one season.

This Bulldogs team is special and they will be one of the best teams in program history. They have an overall record of 31-12, with a 10-11 conference record. If Georgia keeps up these power numbers, then they have a chance to go on a deep run in the playoffs. Keep a close eye on Georgia for the remainder of the season.