Tagged - Baseball

Four years of professional sports

It may be difficult to remember, but a lot has happened in sports in the past four years. Here are…

Everybody Talks: Her right to choose

To be honest, assuming that softball and baseball are equivalent sports is an oversight, and to some, a huge disservice.

Gabbey reflects on first pitching outing

Senior Owen Gabbey has been a key player for Men’s Baseball this year, playing first base, third base, and catcher. Additionally, he made his first pitching appearance two weeks ago, when his four scoreless innings helped the ‘Jackets come back to defeat St. Lawrence.

Men’s Baseball makes two combacks to sweep St. Lawrence

Things started off in favor of St. Lawrence when the team jumped out to a 5–0 lead by the top of the fourth inning. The ‘Jackets quickly reeled the Saints back in by scoring four runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth.

Everybody Talks: An Evolving Pastime

Diversity. International diplomacy. Wage gaps. Mental health. Education. It’s difficult to know which I’m talking about: America or its pastime?  

Ghyzel progresses to the pros

UR Baseball starting pitcher John Ghyzel, who completed his junior season for the Yellowjackets last spring, was drafted by the…

Reina looks to varied experiences in guiding UR Baseball

Joe Reina took over as the head coach of UR Baseball in 2001, and has built a foundation of success for the program in the 16 years since.

Red Wings out-slug competition in early season win

The Rochester Red Wings used clutch hitting to earn their first home win on the 2017 season by a score of 10–6 on a warm Sunday afternoon.

Freshmen athletes waste no time making key contributions

Standing out amid a pool of talent and more experienced teammates is no easy task for first-year athletes.

Busy week for baseball and softball

UR Baseball (4–6) baseball team had a long, tiring week of play. They started off getting shut out by St. John Fisher College 10–0 and then split both doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday. UR Softball (10–4) split a doubleheader against the Ithaca Bombers (7–5).