The spring’s first no-hitter helped Otter Valley defeat rival Fair Haven twice to highlight recent local high school baseball action, while Vergennes came up short in two outings.
Panther baseball reached the 20-victory plateau by winning four out of five games between April 19 and 25.
In recent high school baseball action, Vergennes split its first two games, while Middlebury, Mount Abraham and Otter Valley all came up short.
The Middlebury College baseball team won three of four games last week to improve to 16-7, 3-3 in NESCAC West, a mark good enough for a second-place tie in the league.
Otter Valley topped host Mount Abraham to highlight the opening of the region’s high school baseball season.
The Middlebury College baseball team improved to 13-6 by winning three of five recent games, but included in that stretch was dropping two out of three at home to NESCAC West rival Wesleyan in their first league games.
The Middlebury College baseball team won two out of three recent road games to improve to 10-4 heading into an away game set for Wednesday at Union.
The Middlebury College baseball team concluded its swing through California late last week by sweeping a three-game set from Cal Lutheran, which was ranked No. 21 in NCAA Division III entering the series.
I don’t actually remember my first game. I was too young. But I can imagine it, the incomparable thrill of it, because I have been similarly affected every time I have gone to Fenway since.
The Middlebury College baseball team opened its California trip by outslugging two out of three opponents. The Panthers stood at 5-3 heading into a Wednesday evening game at Redlands. Middlebury’s California visit will conclude with three games on Thursda … (read more)
The Middlebury College baseball team swept a Sunday doubleheader from Swarthmore, 4-2 and 9-2, to improve to 3-2 on the season.
The defending NESCAC champion Middlebury College baseball team opened its season this past weekend with one win in three non-league games played at Huntingdon College in Montgomery.
The image of a baseball scout in the popular mind is that of a wise and wizened veteran of the game, the way scouts are portrayed in “Money Ball,” for example, or like Clint Eastwood in the movie “Trouble with the Curve.” Well, the game has changed.
I love watching movies with my kids, now adults. These days, that usually means watching from home in a darkened living room on the big TV, without phones and other distractions.
Now, dear readers, what you may not know is “Voice of the Red Sox” Joe’s relationship to Middlebury and Middlebury College.