Boston College sophomore RHP Mike King pitched a complete game shutout on Friday to improve the Eagles record to 19-18 and 7-11 in the highly competitive ACC.
Heading into the year, King was slated to be in the starting rotation for the Eagles but a preseason injury held him back limiting him to bullpen work until late March. Continue reading CBD Visit: Boston College’s Mike King wins the battle over Georgia Tech
The Miami Hurricanes won their first series in the ACC in a series sweep of the NC State Wolfpack.
On Friday night in Coral Gables the College Baseball Daily Preseason Comeback Player of the Year pick, David Thompson walked it off in heroic fashion when he hit a leadoff home run over the left-field wall in the 10th inning that ended a thrilling ACC home opener and gave Miami the win, 3-2. Continue reading CBD Visit: NC State and Miami Series Thoughts
On Saturday night, Binghamton coming out of the loser’s bracket grabbed a 4-3 win in a hotly contested victory over Stony Brook that ended up finishing at 11:39 pm forcing a winner take all game on Sunday afternoon at noon.
Could the the two teams compete with Saturday night’s classic? I doubted it as I made the trip to the stadium. I was totally wrong as both teams came out and played some of the most passionate baseball you could ever see on Sunday in Lowell, Massachusetts. Continue reading Binghamton edges Stony Brook in another Classic
No call made on a line drive? Comeback innings for the last three innings by Stony Brook? What else could happen on Sunday?
I been around College Baseball for about 25 years and don’t remember a more classic well played game that would be overshadowed by the umpiring crew. Continue reading Binghamton edges Stony Brook 4-3 in an Instant Classic
Binghamton’s Greg Ostner pitched a complete game shutout to advance the Bearcats to the America East Championship Round where they will take on Stony Brook later this afternoon. Ostner scattered six hits allowing only one walk while striking out four batters. The Hawks could never get their offense together with many quick at-bats.
The Bearcats offense though came flying out of the gates scoring four runs before an out was recorded against Hartford’s Kyle Gauthier. They finished the inning with five runs knocking out Gauthier after only an inning of work. Continue reading Binghamton’s Ostner tosses gem to advance Bearcats
The Stony Brook Seawolves used a 12 hit attack to defeat the Hartford Hawks 10-6 which advanced them to the America East Final on Saturday evening. Continue reading Stony Brook hits past Hartford to advance to America East Final
Shaun McGraw went 2-4 with a homer and 2 RBI as he helped lead the Binghamton Bearcats to a 6-3 victory over Maine in Game 3 of the America East Tournament.
The Maine Black Bears came out in the first inning with two runs scored on a Scott Heath RBI triple and a Troy Black single to center. Continue reading Binghamton’s McGraw leads Bearcats to 6-3 win
Hartford junior left-handed pitcher Sean Newcomb dominated the Binghamton Bearcats in game two of the America East tournament as the Hawks picked up the 6-1 victory. Continue reading Hartford’s Newcomb Dominates Binghamton as the Hawks win 6-1
LONG BEACH, Calif. — With two outs in the first inning, Long Beach State first baseman Ino Patron hit a hard but seemingly innocuous grounder to first base. But the ball squirted past Tim Wise, allowing Patron to reach. Back-to-back base hits by Richard Prigatano and Michael Hill plated Patron with an unearned run.
That was it.
For the next eight innings, neither No. 2 Cal Poly nor the Dirtbags (20-21, 7-5) could scratch across a run as Long Beach State took a 1-0 victory and the biggest series win in Troy Buckley’s head coaching tenure.
Continue reading Long Beach Shuts Down Cal Poly for Series Win
LONG BEACH, Calif. — All good things must come to an end.
And Josh Frye finally had his scoreless streak snapped at 30.2 innings pitched, but by the time Cal Poly (36-6, 12-2) got to the 6-foot-7 senior Saturday afternoon at Blair Field, Long Beach State already had the game in hand.
The Dirtbags (19-21, 6-5) scored six runs (only three earned runs) off starter Justin Calomeni to chase him from the game in the fourth inning. And when Frye did allow two runs to score, Long Beach immediately answered with a run in the bottom of the sixth, taking a 7-2 victory to even the series with the Mustangs.
Frye needed just 100 pitches over eight innings to earn his fourth win. He allowed six hits and two runs (one earned) while tying his career high with six strikeouts.
Continue reading Frye Leads Dirtbags to Upset of No. 2 Cal Poly