Tagged - Baseball

With four teams remaining, Los Angeles Dodgers favored in unusual MLB playoffs

The championships of both the American League and the National League of Major League Baseball began this weekend. Two pairs…

We don’t care enough about actual games

Sports media puts a heavy focus on off-the-field stories, but is that what fans want to see?

Too many games ruins a season

Some fans lose interest in the regular season when leagues play upwards of 100 games.

Cheating really isn’t a big deal

Two of the last three Baseball World Series Champions cheated. Who cares?

Baseball defends home field, wins Liberty League Championship

Baseball has won the Liberty League Championship by beating Clarkson University 8–2. It was the team’s fifth game in three…

Men’s Baseball makes itself heard

The baseball team is quite vocal from the dugout. Sometimes players yell to cheer on their teammate at-bat or on the mound. Sometimes they yell baserunning advice. But the volume never drops, and the encouragement never ceases.

UR Baseball continues hot streak against RIT

UR Baseball beat rival Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in a doubleheader on a chilly March Sunday. The game, originally…

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.