Gotham Baseball has put out there weekend recap for Week 9. They name Vin Avella of Wagner the Beast of the Week after going 7-14 for the week. He had a strong weekend against Fairleigh Dickinson where he hit two homers with nine RBI. Cole White of Army picked up the pitcher of the week award after pitching a seven inning shutout against Lehigh on the weekend. The full article from Gotham Baseball is available here.
Our buddies over at Gotham Baseball Magazine have put out their weekly article about the Greater New York area baseball programs. The team of the week is Army after they took three out of four games against the Naval Academy over the weekend. The Beast of the week was Chris Simmons of Army who had a pair of three hit games and hit a homer in the week. The Pitcher of the week was George Brown of St. John’s who moved his record to 7-0 after pitching seven scoreless innings against UConn in a 10-5 victory. Continue reading Gotham Baseball Weekly Article
Gotham Baseball has put out their Players of the Week and Weekend Recap. They have given the Beast of the Week to Jack Murphy of Princeton for going 16-30 with nine RBI for last week. The College of New Jersey pitcher Mike Oliver was named the pitcher of the week after striking out an amassing 16 batters in a seven inning game. Clint Moore of Army was named the freshman of the week for going 9-21 with 2 homers and 10 RBI last week. Continue reading Gotham Baseball Weekend Recap
Our good friend Chip Armonaitis of Gotham Baseball sent us a link to his Weekend Recap of the Gotham area baseball programs. There was only one major upset with Fordham beating Virginia Tech if you really want to call that an upset. Fordham is expected to be near the top of the A-10 this season while Virginia Tech is expected to finish last in most of the preseason projections. Continue reading Gotham Baseball Weekend Recap
Gotham Baseball Magazine recently posted an article previewing the New Jersey Athletic Conference which is a very strong Division 3 conference. They preview every team in the conference that is in the Gotham area which looks at some of the best players and teams. The full article is available here.
We look at various links from around the country today.
BleedCrimson.net checks in with Coach Ward (NMSU)
Gotham Magazine Players of the Week/Weekend Recap
Holy Cross Season Preview
Penn Season Preview from Daily Pennsylvanian
Penn’s Tom Grandieri looks to impact lineup
Penn’s Roth looks to have strong Sophomore season
Baseball Zealot talks with Big Ten Hardball
We recently came across this great article from The Gotham Baseball Magazine where they mae up an All-Gotham team based on the student-athletes in the greater New York City area. The team is led by St. John’s pitcher Scott Barnes and two pitchers from Monmouth in Brad Brach and Ryan Buch. A couple of other notables are Hofstra third baseman Matt Prokopowicz and Cole White of Army. The full article is available here.
The CBB continues to bring you extensive coverage of the upcoming season. A few schools have put up their season previews today which are linked below.
Northern Illinois Preview Part 1
Nicholls State: Pitchers and Catchers
Air Force: Season Outlook
Oklahoma Season Preview: Part 1
Stephen F. Austin Season Preview: Catchers
Gotham Baseball Preview: Felician College
Gotham Baseball Magazine writer Chip Armonaitis checks in with an article about where New York area schools will open the season. He talks about players to watch during the opening weekend and where they will start the season. The full article is available here.