Baseball league – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ Tue, 24 May 2022 20:21:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nyrenegades.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ny.png Baseball league – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ 32 32 Heavyweights all vying for championship titles https://nyrenegades.com/heavyweights-all-vying-for-championship-titles/ Tue, 24 May 2022 20:02:43 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/heavyweights-all-vying-for-championship-titles/ At the end of the regular season, the top two-thirds of the top 10 remained stable in their positioning, while the bottom third experienced turbulence. But there were no upheavals (yet) on Tuesday morning. All ranked teams remained in contention to win the league championships. A new side have entered the fray, as Glastonbury register […]]]>

At the end of the regular season, the top two-thirds of the top 10 remained stable in their positioning, while the bottom third experienced turbulence.

But there were no upheavals (yet) on Tuesday morning. All ranked teams remained in contention to win the league championships.

A new side have entered the fray, as Glastonbury register at No 10 for the first time after weeks on the periphery. The Guardians enter the CCC tournament as the No. 2 seed behind Southington. Glastonbury’s only two defeats this season have been 2-1 to No 7 Hall and 11-2 to No 4 Southington.


Ludlowe solidified his No. 1 standings with a 9-0 win over previously unbeaten Danbury, but the No. 5 Hatters will get a rematch in the FCIAC Championship on Wednesday.

No. 2 Masuk retained his two first-place votes and will seek his fifth consecutive SWC title this week. Woodland also retained their only vote for first place after an undefeated regular season and will look to defend their NVL title.

Southington cruised through its final week with wins over No.7 Hall and No.8 Waterford to stay at No.4.

The No. 6 East Haven ended his regular season on a 10-game winning streak and won his SCC quarter-final game to stay put as well.

Hall moved up to No 7, dropping to No 8 Waterford after both losing to Southington. Hall lost 4-0 and Waterford lost 4-1 to the CCC favorite.

Jonathan Law remained No. 9 after making his poll debut last week and will play in the CSC semifinals on Tuesday.

GameTimeCT Top 10 Softball Poll (May 24)

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Today in History: May 24, Major Leaguers’ First Game of the Night https://nyrenegades.com/today-in-history-may-24-major-leaguers-first-game-of-the-night/ Tue, 24 May 2022 04:23:15 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/today-in-history-may-24-major-leaguers-first-game-of-the-night/ Today in History Today is Tuesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2022. There are 221 days left in the… Today in History Today is Tuesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2022. There are 221 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 24, 1844, Samuel FB Morse carried the […]]]>

Today in History Today is Tuesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2022. There are 221 days left in the…

Today in History

Today is Tuesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2022. There are 221 days left in the year.

Today’s highlight in the story:

On May 24, 1844, Samuel FB Morse carried the message “What has God done” from Washington to Baltimore as he officially opened the first American telegraph line.

To this date :

In 1935, the first major league baseball game to be played at night took place at Crosley Field in Cincinnati as the Reds defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, 2-1.

In 1937, in a series of decisions, the United States Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Social Security Act of 1935.

In 1941, the German battleship Bismarck sank the British battlecruiser HMS Hood in the North Atlantic, killing all but three of the 1,418 men on board.

In 1961, a group of Freedom Riders were arrested after arriving at a bus terminal in Jackson, Mississippi, accused of breaching the peace for entering white designated areas. (They ended up serving 60 days in jail.)

In 1962, astronaut Scott Carpenter became the second American to orbit Earth while flying on Aurora 7.

In 1974, American jazz composer and bandleader Duke Ellington, 75, died in New York.

In 1976, Britain and France opened the Concorde transatlantic supersonic ferry service to Washington.

In 1980, Iran rejected an appeal from the World Court in The Hague to release the American hostages.

In 1994, four Islamic fundamentalists convicted of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing in New York were each sentenced to 240 years in prison.

In 1995, former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson died in London at the age of 79.

In 2006, “An Inconvenient Truth”, a documentary about former Vice President Al Gore’s campaign against global warming, was released in limited broadcast.

In 2011, Oprah Winfrey taped the final episode of her long-running talk show.

Ten years ago: President Barack Obama doubled down on his criticism of rival Mitt Romney’s track record as a venture capitalist, telling a rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds that such an experience could have value value, but “not in the White House”. Brian Banks, a former high school football star whose dreams of a professional career were shattered by what turned out to be a false rape accusation, burst into tears as a judge in Long Beach, Calif. , dismissed the charge that had sent Banks to prison for more than five years.

Five years ago: Putting past differences and rude comments aside, President Donald Trump and Pope Francis put on a decidedly positive face when they first met at the Vatican. Ariana Grande has suspended her Dangerous Woman world tour and canceled several European shows due to the deadly bombing at her concert in Manchester, England, two days earlier.

A year ago: Tennessee became the latest state to ban teachers from talking about certain aspects of race and racism in public schools. Samuel E. Wright, who portrayed ‘Sebastian the Crab’ in Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ and had an acting career spanning five decades, has died at 72.

Today’s birthday: Actor-comedian-impressionist Stanley Baxter is 96 years old. Jazz musician Archie Shepp is 85. Comedian Tommy Chong is 84 years old. Singer Bob Dylan is 81 years old. Actor Gary Burghoff is 79 years old. Singer Patti LaBelle is 78 years old. Actress Priscilla Presley is 77 years old. Country singer Mike Reid is 75. Actor Jim Broadbent is 73 years old. Actor Alfred Molina is 69 years old. Singer Rosanne Cash is 67 years old. Actor Cliff Parisi is 62 years old. Actor Kristin Scott Thomas is 62 years old. Rock musician Vivian Trimble is 59. Actor John C. Reilly is 57 years old. Actor Dana Ashbrook is 55 years old. Actor Eric Close is 55 years old. Actor Carl Payne is 53 years old. Rock musician Rich Robinson is 53 years old. Former MLB pitcher Bartolo Colon is 49. Actor Dash Mihok is 48 years old. Actor Bryan Greenberg is 44 years old. Actor Owen Benjamin is 42 years old. Actor Billy L. Sullivan is 42 years old. Actor-rapper Jerod Mixon (aka Big Tyme) is 41 years old. Rock musician Cody Hanson (Hinder) is 40 years old. Dancer-choreographer-singer Mark Ballas is 36 years old. Country singer Billy Gilman is 34. Rapper/producer G-Eazy is 33. Actor Brianne Howey is 33 years old. Actor Cayden Boyd is 28 years old.

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Stephen Strasburg and Joe Ross to pitch in minor league rehab games on Tuesday https://nyrenegades.com/stephen-strasburg-and-joe-ross-to-pitch-in-minor-league-rehab-games-on-tuesday/ Sun, 22 May 2022 20:24:53 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/stephen-strasburg-and-joe-ross-to-pitch-in-minor-league-rehab-games-on-tuesday/ Placeholder while loading article actions MILWAUKEE — For weeks, Stephen Strasburg and Joe Ross have been on the same schedule, testing their arms in the beating sun in West Palm Beach, Florida. But this Tuesday, as they each progress toward a return to the majors, Strasburg and Ross will part ways to begin minor league […]]]>
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MILWAUKEE — For weeks, Stephen Strasburg and Joe Ross have been on the same schedule, testing their arms in the beating sun in West Palm Beach, Florida. But this Tuesday, as they each progress toward a return to the majors, Strasburg and Ross will part ways to begin minor league rehab assignments.

Strasbourg will head to the field for the Class A National Championships from Fredericksburg. Ross will pitch for the Class AA Senators from Harrisburg. The plan, detailed by manager Dave Martinez on Sunday morning, is for the right-handers to record four innings and more than 60 pitches. Ross will be at Harrisburg for two reasons: He’s a bit more advanced than Strasbourg, which means the club wants to see him play against better hitters. And since the resumption of Strasbourg is more critical for the present and the future of the Nationals, the front office wanted him at a closer site.

The Fred Nats play 55 miles from Nationals Park. It is likely that more than one team official will learn about driving this week.

Barry Svrluga: The Nationals aren’t just bad. They are difficult to watch.

“Now they’re competing in a regular storyline,” Martinez said when asked about the difference between simulated games and rehab debuts. “You can’t take them out after 15, 16 pitches per inning. They’ve got to go in and they’ve got to compete. They’ve got to get out.

The 33-year-old from Strasbourg is still recovering from last summer’s operation for thoracic outlet syndrome. Ross, 29 and on the 60-day disabled list, has been sidelined since a bone spur was removed from his throwing elbow in early March. Strasbourg will face the Salem Red Sox at 7:05 p.m. Ross will face the Altoona Curve at 6:00 p.m.

If they can both join the rotation, the Nationals would have to make decisions on two fringe starters, likely affecting Aaron Sanchez and rookie Joan Adon. To do that, Martinez maintained that Strasburg and Ross would need to comfortably pitch six innings and 90 pitches. That means, at a minimum, Tuesday’s starts are the first of three appearances with minor league affiliates. If they check those on a five-day schedule, the earliest possible for Washington is June 8.

In mid-March, once the Nationals showed up for camp, Strasbourg admitted he needed at least six weeks – the length of normal spring training – before starting a regular season game. . That took opening day out of the question. But once Martinez publicly wanted Strasbourg to make between 20 and 25 starts, it was clear that Strasbourg would not be back until at least mid-May.

It was the most optimistic view. More realistically, Strasbourg resurfaced in the first weeks of June. Since signing a seven-year, $245 million contract in December 2019, he has pitched just 26 2/3 innings. Back-to-back season-ending trades kept that number frustratingly low for the Nationals.

Without him and Ross in 2022, the rotation entering Sunday ranked 29th in ERA (5.63) and 28th in on-base plus slugging percentage against (.812). A lot therefore hinges on how they feel after kicking off live matches on Tuesday night. Strasbourg comes out of liquidation for the first time in half a decade. Ross, who is expected to become a free agent in November, has been with the IL since suffering a partial tear in his elbow last August. Needless to say, they and the Nationals have been waiting for this.

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Major League Baseball observes Armed Forces Day https://nyrenegades.com/major-league-baseball-observes-armed-forces-day/ Sat, 21 May 2022 14:20:39 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/major-league-baseball-observes-armed-forces-day/ Saturday is Armed Forces Day, and Major League Baseball teams began play Friday with several activations in place as part of a weekend of appreciation for those who serve our country. Armed Forces Day, established by President Harry S. Truman in 1949, is traditionally celebrated annually on the third Saturday in May. Throughout the weekend, […]]]>

Saturday is Armed Forces Day, and Major League Baseball teams began play Friday with several activations in place as part of a weekend of appreciation for those who serve our country.

Armed Forces Day, established by President Harry S. Truman in 1949, is traditionally celebrated annually on the third Saturday in May. Throughout the weekend, MLB players and coaches will be wearing camo-patterned caps, along with optional camo-themed socks.

MLB and MLB Charities have long supported the military community and will continue to support nonprofit organizations that focus on the needs of veterans, military personnel and families.

Major military-related nonprofits that have already received contributions from Baseball include The Mission Continues, Code of Support Foundation, American Corporate Partners, Sesame Workshop, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, and Folds of Honor Foundation.

MLB also plans to observe Memorial Day. During all matches on that day (May 30), players and field staff will wear a jersey featuring a traditional red poppy with the language “Lest We Forget” adorning the face on the left chest.

The right side of New Era caps will feature the paste in the shape of stars and stripes with language representing “Memorial Day”. These products will not be sold at retail.

As in previous years, MLB will participate in the National Moment of Remembrance on Memorial Day, when all games and pre-game activities come to a halt around 3:00 p.m. local time to observe an extended moment of silence.

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Philadelphia Phillies must take advantage of National League East collapse, New York Mets losing Max Scherzer and Atlanta Braves https://nyrenegades.com/philadelphia-phillies-must-take-advantage-of-national-league-east-collapse-new-york-mets-losing-max-scherzer-and-atlanta-braves/ Fri, 20 May 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/philadelphia-phillies-must-take-advantage-of-national-league-east-collapse-new-york-mets-losing-max-scherzer-and-atlanta-braves/ The National League East, touted as one of MLB’s toughest divisions heading into the 2021 season, looked lackluster on May 20. The first-place New York Mets held a two-game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies, while eventual World Series champion Atlanta Braves sat four games under .500 and sit fourth. square. A year later, the NL […]]]>

The National League East, touted as one of MLB’s toughest divisions heading into the 2021 season, looked lackluster on May 20.

The first-place New York Mets held a two-game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies, while eventual World Series champion Atlanta Braves sat four games under .500 and sit fourth. square.

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Colonial League and EPC baseball and softball titles to be decided in two places – The Morning Call https://nyrenegades.com/colonial-league-and-epc-baseball-and-softball-titles-to-be-decided-in-two-places-the-morning-call/ Thu, 19 May 2022 00:16:33 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/colonial-league-and-epc-baseball-and-softball-titles-to-be-decided-in-two-places-the-morning-call/ Almost all teams in all sports start their season with the goal of winning the league championship. That’s certainly the case for the eight teams that will be in action Thursday when the Colonial League and Eastern Pennsylvania Conference crown their baseball and softball champions. But for the Notre Dame-Green Pond baseball team and the […]]]>

Almost all teams in all sports start their season with the goal of winning the league championship.

That’s certainly the case for the eight teams that will be in action Thursday when the Colonial League and Eastern Pennsylvania Conference crown their baseball and softball champions.

But for the Notre Dame-Green Pond baseball team and the Northampton softball team, the incentive is a little bigger.

That’s because Crusaders and Konkrete Kids played the league title matches last year and things didn’t go well.

Notre Dame lost to Northwestern Lehigh 13-3 in the Colonial League Baseball Championship game. A day later, Northampton fell to Freedom 10-0 in the EPC Softball Final. Neither game went the distance due to the mercy rule.

Exactly one year after the disappointing loss, Notre Dame-Green Pond gets another shot at league glory when they meet Southern Lehigh at 3:35 p.m. Thursday in DeSales for the Colonial League crown.

“I think that’s a motivation to some degree because you don’t want to go into a league championship game and underperform,” Crusaders coach Mike Bedics said. “There’s a level of respect that we try to get from other teams in the league and other schools in the area and when you’re on a platform like that and trying to show what your baseball program, it was disappointing to lose like that. I think they were embarrassed by what happened and they want an opportunity to play better.

Meanwhile at Patriots Park, Northampton gets its chance at redemption against Parkland for the EPC softball crown.

These games are the openings of the championship doubleheaders. At DeSales, the Colonial League final will be followed by the EPC title match between Emmaus and Nazareth. At Pates Park, the EPC title game will be followed by the Colonial League Championship contest between Bangor and Northwestern Lehigh.

Here is an overview of the four matches:

COLONIAL LEAGUE

Match: Notre Dame (#3, 18-4) vs. Southern Lehigh (#1, 18-3)

Time/place: 3:35 p.m. Thursday at DeSales University.

Crusaders to watch: Notre Dame includes seven seniors who plan to play college baseball: Collin Quintano (Villanova), Logan Castellano (Merrimack), Jackson Shollenberger (Charleston Southern), Ben Moyzan (IMG Academy), Conner Rex (Clarion), Collin Brandon (Mercer CC ), Ben Gagnon (Northampton CC) and Matt Benolken will play soccer in Moravian. The Crusaders are led offensively by Quintano (.493, 9 HR, 27 RBIs), Shollenberger (.418, 32 RBIs, 12 XBH), Castellano (.417, 22 RBIs, 13 XBH), Nick Buchman (.475, 21 RBIs ) and Moyzan (.396, 23BB). On the mound, Moyzan is 7-1 with a 2.08 ERA and 51K in 30⅓ innings. Zach Rodgers is 1-0 with a 2.03 ERA and 32K in 21 innings and Rex is 5-1 with a 4.75 ERA and 32K in 28 innings.

Spartans to watch: Luke Lea, who pitched on Tuesday, is 6-0 with a .646 ERA and 32K in 43⅓ innings. Matt Tankred is 3-1 with a .663 ERA and 57K in 31⅔ innings. Janssen Brown is 5-2 with a 1.04 ERA. Offensively, Solehi is led by Tankred (.514, 43 RBI, 33 RBI), Lea (.411, 24 RBI), Michael Andrews (.433, 32 RBI), Christian Pickell (.426, 20 RBI, 20 runs), and Will Woodring (.533, 15 2Bs, 29 RBIs). Tankred heads to East Stroudsburg, Woodring to Inspiration Academy, Pickell and Justin Balliet to Penn State-Berks.

What to expect: The two have met before in an unbeaten battle at Limeport Stadium, a 6-4 win over Southern Lehigh on April 22. Expect this one to be just as tight.

The choice : Notre Dame 5-4.

EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE

Match: Nazareth (#5, 16-6) versus Emmaus (#3, 18-4)

Time/place: 7:10 p.m. Thursday at DeSales University.

Blue Eagles to Watch: Expected starter Jake Dally is 5-0 with a 0.96 ERA and 69K in 36⅓ innings, Jack Bacolo, who kicked a shutout to beat Liberty, is 3-2 with an ERA of 2.14 and 36 K in 26 rounds. The offense is led by Aidan Butz (.333, 11 2G, 21 points), Zach Smethers (.328, 27 RBI), Preston Warne (.413), David Bertz (.393) and Dally (.400).

Green hornets to watch out for: The Green Hornets are led on the mound by Luke Deschenes, the Seton Hill-bound senior who went 6⅔ innings twice in recent weeks to beat Parkland and was a key figure in last year’s run for the championships. league and district. Deschênes is 9-1 with a 1.43 ERA and 74 strikeouts in 53⅔ innings, but he won’t be allowed to pitch Thursday due to pitch counting rules. So, mound options include Colin Foley (5-1, 2.1 ERA), Alex Pion (4-1, 3.6 ERA) and Ryan Latchford (0-1, 3.13 ERA), and Tyler LePage, which has two stops, could be used in relief. The offense is led by LePage (.419, 20 RBI), Zach McEllroy (.403), Anthony Viola (.373), Colin Foley (.377, 22 RBI) and Josiah Williams (.364, 20 RBI, 26 RBIs). ).

What to expect: Both teams will play with confidence. Nazareth has his ace on the mound, but Emmaus’ batting order could be a little deeper and the Green Hornets have an advantage in recent championship game experience. Still, anyone who saw the Nazareth-Liberty game should have no doubts about the Blue Eagles who have been terrific since April 27 with an 8-1 mark.

The choice : Nazareth 4-2.

COLONIAL LEAGUE

Match: Bangor (#2, 14-7) vs. Northwestern Lehigh (#1, 16-3)

Time/place: 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Park.

Slaters to watch: Senior Lexi Bussenger leads the standings with an average of .458 and Kristina Langdon strikes. .500. Jenna Rex (.328), Brook Hermanski (.373), Jaeylyn Silfies (.321) and Emma Etzkorn (.364) are all capable of big hits. Silfies will get the ball and has 71 strikeouts this season.

Tigers to watch out for: The Colonial League isn’t building an all-star team or announcing an MVP, but Morgan Farthing would be a prime candidate. She is hitting .515 with 8 HRs, 32 RBIs and 35 runs. Marissa Christman (.438, 27 RBIs), Sage Toman (.469, 20 RBIs), Olivia Stofflet (.417, 20 RBIs) and Brynn Balliet (.418, 4 HRs) are all prime weapons and Balliet is a veteran of the throwing circle.

What to expect: Potentially another slugfest like last year’s 8-7 thriller the Tigers won that went nine innings. Bangor’s heartbreaking losses in last year’s championship and district finals, two 9-inning games, motivated the Slaters to redeem themselves. But magical things seem to be happening for Northwestern at Patriots Park, and the Tigers have the deepest, most experienced team.

The choice : Northwest 9-6.

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Match: Parkland (#2, 16-5) vs. Northampton (#1, 21-1)

Time/place: 5 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Park.

Trojans to watch out for: Jenna Piatkiewicz (.460, 32 RBI, 14 XBH), Cassidy Sweeney (.524, 11 XBH, 30 RBI) and Shana Gugliandolo (.345, 17 RBI) start the offense and senior Ashley Hillenbrand is next in line. a long line of quality Parkland pitchers ready for their big moment on the playoff stage. Hillenbrand is 16-5 with a 1.57 ERA and 123 Ks in 129⅔ IP.

Konkrete Kids to watch: A powerful Northampton team is led by league MVP Taylor Kranzley (.528). Devyn Demchak (.471, 3 HRs, 28 RBIs), Alexa Chromey (.401), Arianna Patterson (.429), Kaira Zamadics (.483) and Rilee Ehrlacher (.448) are all giving pitching adjustments. Zamadics and Kaitlyn Renson give the team big-game experience in the pitching circle.

What to expect: Northampton have won the previous two meetings 12-2 earlier and 5-2 more recently. But Parkland is playing its best softball of the season and no one does a better job of bringing a team over the course of a season than Barry Search and his staff. The Trojans want their own dose of revenge after failing to win either the league or the district last year despite having the best regular season record. It’s highly unusual for the 22-time league champion Trojans to play an underdog role, but they are in this one. Northampton haven’t won a league title since 2007 and this talented group of seniors would love to secure one, but it won’t be easy.

The choice : Northampton 3-2.

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Five Nab Liberty League Performer of the Week Honors https://nyrenegades.com/five-nab-liberty-league-performer-of-the-week-honors/ Tue, 17 May 2022 16:17:25 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/five-nab-liberty-league-performer-of-the-week-honors/ History links ITHACA, NY – Ithaca College student-athletes continue to turn up and show off in the playoffs as five were named Liberty League Performers of the Week, as announced by the conference office Monday afternoon. The Bombers also had three student-athletes who received honor roll recognition with their respective […]]]>

ITHACA, NY – Ithaca College student-athletes continue to turn up and show off in the playoffs as five were named Liberty League Performers of the Week, as announced by the conference office Monday afternoon.

The Bombers also had three student-athletes who received honor roll recognition with their respective performances during the week of May 9-15.

Baseball Performer of the Week- Buzz Shirley

Buzz Shirley was named the tournament’s top performer after going 5-for-12 with four doubles and nine RBIs. On Saturday, Shirley went 3 for 4 with two doubles, five RBs and two runs scored with a walk and a sacrificed fly. He also set IC’s single-season record for doubles by eclipsing 20 on the year.

Baseball Pitcher of the Week- Garret Bell

Garret Bell did not allow an earned run in two appearances for Ithaca in the Liberty League tournament as he pitched 4.0 innings and allowed five hits with two strikeouts. Bell picked up the win in Ithaca’s 8-7 win over Rochester and had a save in IC’s 7-5 win over Clarkson.

Baseball Rookie of the Week- Nicolas Cutaia

Nicolas Cutaia went 6 for 13 (.462) in the Liberty League tournament with five runs scored, three RBIs and two doubles. He also walked three times and did not knock. Cutaia recorded two hits in each of the three games played.

Female Lacrosse Performer of the Week- Sydney Phillips

Sydney Phillips scored six goals in Ithaca’s 19-9 NCAA Second Round victory over Cabrini on Sunday. Four of Phillip’s six goals have come from free position attempts and all six of his shots have found the back of the net.

Women’s Athletics – Field Performer of the Week – Meghan Matheny

Meghan Matheny won the pole vault with a top score of 3.91 meters in Nazareth on Sunday, moving her to No. 2 in the Division III list.

ROLL OF HONOR
The country’s leading draw specialist continued to display her dominance on Sunday as Caroline Sage won 13 draw checks in Ithaca No. 10’s 19-9 victory over Cabrini in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Wise also assisted on three IC goals.

Kevin Danaher again broke his own school record in discus with a lift of 48.12 meters, which is currently No. 32 in the country. This mark was good for third place in Sunday’s race in Nazareth. Danaher finished second in the shot put at 15.92 metres.

Logan Bruce won the 100-meter hurdles in 14.18 seconds in Nazareth on Sunday, narrowly edging Geneseo’s Gwen Shepardson by 0.01. With that time, Bruce is now ranked 14th in Division III.

 

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Diamondbacks visit Dodgers to start 4-game series | major league baseball https://nyrenegades.com/diamondbacks-visit-dodgers-to-start-4-game-series-major-league-baseball/ Mon, 16 May 2022 06:42:03 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/diamondbacks-visit-dodgers-to-start-4-game-series-major-league-baseball/ Arizona Diamondbacks (18-17, fourth in NL West) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (21-12, first in NL West) Los Angeles; Monday, 10:10 p.m. EDT LIKELY PITCHING: Diamondbacks: Madison Bumgarner (2-1, 1.78 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 20 strikeouts); Dodgers: Tony Gonsolin (3-0, 1.33 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 23 strikeouts) Get more of the Citrus County Chronicle FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Dodgers […]]]>

Arizona Diamondbacks (18-17, fourth in NL West) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (21-12, first in NL West)

Los Angeles; Monday, 10:10 p.m. EDT

LIKELY PITCHING: Diamondbacks: Madison Bumgarner (2-1, 1.78 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 20 strikeouts); Dodgers: Tony Gonsolin (3-0, 1.33 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 23 strikeouts)

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FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Dodgers -242, Diamondbacks +199; over/under is 8 1/2 points

BOTTOM LINE: The Los Angeles Dodgers host the Arizona Diamondbacks to start a four-game series.

Los Angeles is 21-12 overall and 11-5 at home. Dodgers pitchers have a collective 2.74 ERA, which leads the MLB.

Arizona is 18-17 overall and 10-11 at home. The Diamondbacks are 12-5 in games while not giving up a homer.

Monday’s game is the fourth time these teams have met this season.

TOP PERFORMERS: Mookie Betts has five doubles and seven home runs for the Dodgers. Justin Turner is 9 for 35 with six doubles, a home run and 13 RBIs over the last 10 games.

Daulton Varsho leads the Diamondbacks with a .254 batting average and has seven doubles, six home runs, 12 walks and 16 RBIs. Ketel Marte is 12-for-34 with one home run and two RBIs in the last 10 games.

LAST 10 GAMES: Dodgers: 5-5, .243 batting average, 3.94 ERA, outscored opponents by 13 points

Diamondbacks: 6-4, .238 batting average, 3.80 ERA, outscored opponents by two runs

INJURIES: Dodgers: Victor Gonzalez: 60-day ET (elbow), Clayton Kershaw: 15-day ET (pelvis), Mitchell White: 10-day ET (covid-19), David Price: 10-day ET (undisclosed) , Blake Treinen: IL 10 days (shoulder), Andrew Heaney: IL 10 days (shoulder), Caleb Ferguson: IL 10 days (elbow), Danny Duffy: IL 60 days (hand), Jimmy Nelson: IL 60 days (elbow) , Dustin May: 60-day IL (elbow)

Diamondbacks: Carson Kelly: IL 10 days (oblique), Luke Weaver: IL 10 days (elbow), JB Bukauskas: IL 60 days (shoulder)

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Sports world furious over viral Little League video https://nyrenegades.com/sports-world-furious-over-viral-little-league-video/ Sat, 14 May 2022 23:37:39 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/sports-world-furious-over-viral-little-league-video/ SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA – AUGUST 25: Baseballs sit on the ledge during the South Korea vs. Japan game in the Little League World Series International Championship game at Lamade Stadium on August 25, 2018 in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) A video of a Little League baseball game is going viral this […]]]>

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA – AUGUST 25: Baseballs sit on the ledge during the South Korea vs. Japan game in the Little League World Series International Championship game at Lamade Stadium on August 25, 2018 in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

A video of a Little League baseball game is going viral this weekend.

The video shows a referee threatening a group of parents who keep complaining about ball/strike calls.

The parents continue to complain, forcing the referee to leave the field and declare the match forfeited.

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Baseball wraps up regular season at Princeton Eyeing Ivy League Championship Series Berth https://nyrenegades.com/baseball-wraps-up-regular-season-at-princeton-eyeing-ivy-league-championship-series-berth/ Fri, 13 May 2022 15:42:17 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/baseball-wraps-up-regular-season-at-princeton-eyeing-ivy-league-championship-series-berth/ History links PRINCETON, N.J. – The University of Pennsylvania baseball team wraps up the 2022 regular season this weekend with a three-game series against Princeton, with multiple Ivy League Championship Series storylines still in play. Penn will clinch a berth in the series with a win or loss at Dartmouth. The […]]]>

PRINCETON, N.J. – The University of Pennsylvania baseball team wraps up the 2022 regular season this weekend with a three-game series against Princeton, with multiple Ivy League Championship Series storylines still in play.

Penn will clinch a berth in the series with a win or loss at Dartmouth. The Quakers can also get at least a share of the regular season championship and host the ILCS if:

– Penn takes two of Princeton’s three wins AND Dartmouth sweeps Columbia

OR


– Penn sweeps Princeton AND Dartmouth wins two of three against Columbia



Penn (28-13, 14-4) at Princeton (7-30, 3-15)

Game 1 | Saturday May 14 | 11:30 a.m. | LOOK | STATISTICS

Game 2 | Saturday May 14 | 3 p.m. | LOOK | STATISTICS

Game 3 | Sunday May 15 | 12 p.m. | STATISTICS (No video will be available of Sunday’s game)

PROJECTED BEGINNERS

PENN: Kevin Eaise (6-1, 3.90 mph), Joe Miller (5-3, 3.96 MPM), TBD

PRINCETON: Jackson Emus (2-5, 4.02 ERA), Andrew D’Alessio (1-5, 8.12 ERA), Tom Chmielewski (2-6, 8.82 ERA)

The series: Princeton
Saturday’s series opener will mark the 275th meeting between Penn and Princeton. The Tigers hold the series advantage, 159-112-3, but the Quakers hold the advantage lately, going 15-7 under the head coach John Yurkow against their rival the Eight Elders.

NEWS AND NOTES: PENN
* Going into the final Ivy series of the regular season, Penn ranks second in the conference in batting average (.316), runs (169), total bases (330), slugging (.497), on-base percentage ( .417) and leads the conference in ERA (3.59), strikeouts (194), opponent’s batting average (.228).

* Individually, Ben Miller ranks in the top 10 in conference play in batting average (.403), slugging (.653), on-base percentage (.494), and RBI (22). Craig Larsen ranks in the top 10 in batting average (.367) and runs scored (23), and Jackson Call is tied for sixth in slugging (.667) and tied for third in home runs (six).

* Penn’s top three pitchers have shown dominance at every level since the conference began: Kevin Eaise, Joe Millerand Owen Coady all rank in the top 10 in ERA, strikeouts, and opponent’s batting average.

PENN IN NUMBERS

1 Wyatt Henseler needs another home run to set the new single-season home run record (13), currently shared by Henseler, Tom Olszak (1979) and Will Davis (2010). Henseler broke the record on Wednesday night.

2 Penn is two wins away from setting a single-season winning record (30). The current record of 29 was set by the 1989 team.

9.4 The Quakers are averaging 9.4 points per game in conference play, including two 27-point performances.

10.8 Penn’s pitchers have struck out 10.8 per game in the conference, one of only two teams (Harvard) to average more than nine per game. The staff struck out at least seven batters in every Ivy League game.

17 Penn has walked 17 more than any other team in the conference and has three players in the top eight individually – Cole Palis (16, 1st), Seth Werchan (15, T-2nd), Miller (14, T-5th)

Princeton Scouting
The 2016 Ivy League regular season and tournament champions finish a fourth straight season in the bottom two of the conference standings.

Princeton is fifth in Ivy action in batting average (.257), seventh in slugging (.382) and seventh in on-base percentage (.339). Three daily players are hitting .300 or better in conference, led by Brendan Cumming at .373, good for ninth place among all players. Eric Marasheski hits .340 with OPS over 1,000 and Matt Scannell hits .338.

Princeton’s struggles continue on the mound as the team ranks seventh in ERA (7.31) and last in opponent’s batting average (.311) in the conference. Jackson Emus is the only weekend starter with an ERA below 8.50, registering at 3.32; his 40 strikeouts rank fourth in Ivy action.

 

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