New Baseball Team May not Actually Help The New Britain Economy

September 19th, 2016
6 days ago

  by Kimberly Pena  NEW BRITAIN- Mayor Erin Stewart is hoping with the new baseball team in town, it will revitalize the city once again. However, economical experts seem to believe the New Britain Bees will not cause an economic boom as hoped for. Donn M. Johnson, a Interim Chair of Economics and a professor of […]

Tebow Signs Deal with Mets

September 14th, 2016
2 weeks ago

by Tyler Roaix Tim Tebow just cant seem to find a sport that suites him. He made his triumphant return to the sports world on September when he signed a deal with, none other than, the New York Mets. The minor league deal means Tebow will make his professional baseball debut in the Instructional League on […]

The New York Yankees Forcing Themselves into the Playoff Picture

September 10th, 2016
2 weeks ago

NG AN by Kimberly Pena When you see the Yankees as of late compared to earlier in this season, it is like night and day. The Yankees began the season with an 8-14 record and for most of the season couldn’t maintain themselves over .500. In the month of August, there was a huge change […]

The A-Rod I’ll Remember

September 6th, 2016
3 weeks ago

  by Kimberly Pena & Tyler Roaix In 1994, an 18-year-old kid from Miami named Alex Rodriguez broke into spring camp with the Seattle Mariners in an attempt to make the team. Almost immediately after stepping onto a Major League Baseball field, he became a household name. Within two years, he was an All-Star; within […]

Blue Devils Drop Series Opener Against LIU Brooklyn

April 28th, 2016
5 months ago

by Daniel Bates The Central Connecticut baseball team dropped their series opener to Long Island University Brooklyn 2-0 on Friday afternoon. The Blue Devils were held to only six hits on the day as LIU’s Baylor LaPointe threw a complete game shutout. “We weren’t able to capitalize and put pressure on them and on the […]

Baseball’s Hot Streak Continues

April 13th, 2016
6 months ago

by Dillon Meehan Central Connecticut’s baseball team appears to building on the success they had last week, winning three out of four games for the second weekend in a row. It has been a strange season for the Blue Devils, who started out rather slow.  After losing 14 of their first 22 games, CCSU has […]

Baseball Splits Weekend Series With Defending Conference Champs

September 7th, 2015
1 year ago

N.A.S. by Brian O’Neill Friday afternoon’s gloomy and wet weather didn’t stop the Blue Devils from kicking off a four-game weekend series with Bryant. In the first game of the series, the Blue Devils fell to the Bulldogs by a score of 15-5 before splitting the Saturday doubleheader with a 2-1 victory in the first game […]

Farewell Captain

January 4th, 2015
2 years ago

by Sean Begin The very first time I watched baseball was in 1998. It was the first sport I ever got into. No one in my family had any interest in it, my curiosity was piqued by a family friend. So when I decided to pick a team to root for, the decision was easy. […]

Despite a Lost Season, an Ace Makes a Return

September 27th, 2014
2 years ago

by Sean Begin Masahiro Tanaka signed with the New York Yankees in January for seven years and $155 million. His contract includes an opt out clause after the 2017 season meaning at a minimum the Yankees could start him for four years. At 25 years old this would give the Yankees control of some his […]

For the Love of the Game, Just let them Play

April 23rd, 2014
2 years ago

by Sean Begin It’s time to throw out the book. Or, at least, make some highly necessary changes. What book? That would be the Unwritten Rules of Baseball, which made yet another appearance April 20, when the Brewers’ Carlos Gomez ignited a benches clearing brawl after he flipped his bat on what he thought was […]

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