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Giants Win National League Pennant, Will Face Tigers in the Fall Classic

Giants Win National League Pennant, Will Face Tigers in the Fall Classic

October 24, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Roy Ben-Joseph  Journal Staff After an absence from the playoffs in the 2011 season, the San Francisco Giants were not only back in playoff contention this year, they have won their second National League championship in three seasons and will head back to the World Series. Two years ago when the Gia...

Excitement abound as MLB playoffs heat up

Excitement abound as MLB playoffs heat up

CJ Haddad
October 17, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Sports

And then there were four. This MLB post-season has been filled with dramatics as all four ALDS and NLDS series came down to game five. Those left standing are the Yankees and Tigers from the American League, and the Giants and defending World Series champs, the Cardinals. In the American League...

American League Playoff Race Heats Up As Season Draws to A Close

American League Playoff Race Heats Up As Season Draws to A Close

Alex Hall
September 26, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Alex Hall  Managing Editor Matt Bacon  Sports Editor With a week and a half and only eight games left in the regular season, the  MLB American League playoff race is hotter than ever. All three divisions as well as the two wild card positions still remain up for grabs. In the AL East, the...

Rams baseball skipper earns 400th victory

Rams baseball skipper earns 400th victory

Alex Hall
June 6, 2011
Filed under Baseball, Featured Stories, Sports

Another Great Northeast Athletic Conference baseball season has come and gone, and one thing continues to remain consistent in Suffolk University head coach Cary McConnell’s tenure, as the Rams were once again in the conference title hunt. McConnell’s team finished the season with a trip to the...

Opinion: Red Sox will win World Series this year

Alex Mellion
June 6, 2011
Filed under Baseball, Sports

After some initial doubts to start the season, I can confidently say that the Boston Red Sox will win the World Series this year.  Everything is finally coming together, and the team is now full of MVP and Cy Young candidates. A lot of naysayers counted the Red Sox out during the first weeks of the...

Baseball team fighting through tough stretch

Baseball team fighting through tough stretch

Alex Hall
April 7, 2011
Filed under Baseball, Featured Stories, Sports

After starting the season 5-4, the Suffolk University baseball team now find themselves with a record of 9-8 after losing four of six games during a tough stretch last week. The good news for Suffolk is that all of the last week’s games were against non-conference opponents. Ultimately, the Rams’...

Opinion: World Series shaping up to be Giant affair

Opinion: World Series shaping up to be Giant affair

Alex Mellion
October 27, 2010
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Alex Mellion Journal Staff Raise your hand if back in April you predicted that the two teams in the World Series would be the San Francisco Giants (just four World Series appearances and one title since 1954)  and the Texas Rangers (three total postseason appearances since becoming a franchise in 1...

Baseball, softball teams return home from out-of-state swings

Dan Ryan
March 24, 2010
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Members of the Suffolk baseball and softball teams joined some of their college counterparts in jetting off to warmer locales for spring break, but beaches and sun weren’t the main things on these student athletes’ minds; they were after wins as well. As has become tradi...

Men’s baseball seeking to continue recent success

Alex Mellion
March 3, 2010
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Article by: Alex Mellion "The past few years we have done very well in the GNAC. We have proven ourselves [to be] one of the teams to beat." One of Suffolk’s most successful teams in recent years, the baseball team is looking to experience the same success this season that they’ve seemingly seen...

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