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Baseball: Squad dominates St. John Fisher College behind stellar pitching

By | Apr 7, 2012

The baseball team defeated visiting St. John Fisher College on Friday by a lopsided score of 16–2 on Freeman Field. The Bombers collected 16 hits and a school record nine batters were hit by a pitch.

Baseball: Team withstands late rally to win against SUNY-Oneonta

By | Apr 5, 2012

The baseball team withstood a late rally by the visiting SUNY-Oneonta Red Dragons to come out with a 13–9 victory earlier today. The Bombers, ranked 23rd nationally, are now 12—4—1 on the season.

Baseball: Bombers split doubleheader at Stevens Institute of Technology

By | Apr 2, 2012

The baseball team split today’s doubleheader with the Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks in Hoboken, N.J. The visiting Bombers won the first game 9–2 while the host Ducks won the second game 10–6.

Baseball: Game suspended after squad rallies to tie the score

By | Mar 29, 2012

The baseball team played eight innings Wednesday on Freeman Field against rival SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons before the game was suspended due to darkness after with the score tied at 10 runs apiece.

Baseball: Bombers post second straight shutout in win against SUNY-Oswego

By | Mar 25, 2012

The Ithaca College baseball team defeated the SUNY-Oswego Lakers by a score of 6–0 today on Freeman Field. The Bombers are now 9–3 and ranked 20th nationally by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Baseball: Blue and Gold cruise to victory in home opener

By | Mar 24, 2012

The Ithaca College baseball team scored at least one run in each of the first six innings on its way to a 14–0 victory against the Keuka College Storm Friday in the first game of the season on Freeman Field. The Bombers, ranked 20th nationally, are now 8—3 on the season. The pitching staff led…

Baseball: South Hill squad will count on young arms to anchor pitching staff

By | Mar 1, 2012

With two disappointing seasons behind it, the baseball team is relying on a young pitching staff to earn the program’s first Empire 8 Conference title since 2009.

A series to remember

By | Oct 29, 2011

For all the flak it gets for being such a “boring” game, baseball sure didn’t live down to that reputation this past week. I can’t honestly say that last night’s 6-2 win by the St. Louis Cardinals over the Texas Rangers in Game 7 of the World Series to win the series 4-3 was exactly…

What a novel idea

By | Oct 4, 2011

If there’s one thing that connects all the various playoff systems in modern sports, it’s that a lot of people think they last too long and I’ve got to say it’s pretty hard to argue with that. The NBA playoffs last from the middle of April to the middle of June, a span of about…

Blame it on Terry

By | Oct 1, 2011

A Major League Baseball franchise in one of the East Coast’s biggest markets has hit hard times or at least harder times than they imagined they’d be facing for a long, long time. They’ve set an MLB record by blowing a stunning lead in the postseason race, even though not too long ago, they were…

Iron Men

By | Sep 7, 2011

About two and a half weeks ago, Paul Maholm of the Pittsburgh Pirates landed on the disabled list for the first time in his six-year major league career when he suffered a left shoulder strain. Now I know most people  aren’t up to date on the rosters of teams who haven’t made the playoffs or…

The Sprint Is On

By | Sep 11, 2010

A major league baseball season is often compared to a marathon – 162 games where the standings can change at any point and time. Being in first place in April is as impressive and relevant as getting an A on an open book test. In other words, it is nonimpressive and irrevelant towards the season…