The Boston Business Journal writer Catherine Carlock is reporting that on Wednesday, Boston College submitted plans with the Boston Redevelopment Authority for new baseball and softball playing fields, a recreation field and support building in Brighton, a project that’s part of a $200 million athletics complex plan for the college.
Alumni In The Minors: Lancaster JetHawks 6 Lake Elsinore Storm 3
The Lancaster JetHawks defeated the Lake Elsinore Storm 6-3 on Friday night. The game featured multiple former NCAA stars and you can check out some of the best pictures below.
CBD Photo Gallery: 2016 Perfect Game All-American Classic
The 2016 Perfect Game All-American Game took place on Sunday evening with the West Division picking up the 13-0 victory. You can check out the best pics from the game below.
CBD Column: Bethesda Big Train Wins the Cal Ripken League
The Bethesda Big Train won the 2016 Cal Ripken League in Game 3 by a score of 4-3. Here are some pictures from the game from Dean Hughes.
Will Boston College commit to Baseball?
The top program from the Northeast over the last couple of seasons with wins and losses has been the Bryant University Bulldogs. But are they really the top program in the Northeast? This past season, Boston College advanced to the…
HOUSTON – (Aug. 11, 2016) – The Rice University baseball team will visit Cuba Nov. 23-Dec. 4 to play exhibition games against teams from the Cuban Baseball Federation. During the trip, players and other Rice students will complete a fall-semester credit-bearing class on trends in contemporary Cuba and will experience Cuban culture. “Our baseball team’s […]
There are just a few things, with such thrill and excitement as the combination of baseball and betting. On one side you have a very competitive, athletic and challenging sport, that it’s worth watching every minute from the beginning to the end. On the other, you have the possibility of making some money while watching […]
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Resilient. Tough. Unwavering. Champions. Call them what you will, but the latter is the word that counts. After falling into an early hole in the Florida Collegiate Summer League Championship game at Tropicana Field, the Altamonte Springs Boom stormed back and held off a ninth-inning rally from the top-seeded Sanford River […]