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Sluggers Open Division Play Against Yale

For the major league scouts sent to analyze Princeton’s prospective pair of first-round draft picks, Ross Ohlendorf and B.J. Szymanski,

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'BAMA SLAMMA: From Sox To Rox: What A Treat

Finally! The Boston Red Sox took it upon itself, just days ago, to boot the Beanpot Baseball Tournament—and our very

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Baseball Defies Early Expectations

It has been a wet and wild first half of the Ivy League baseball season. Four weather-delayed games are scheduled

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Fenway Park Will Not Play Host to Beanpot

For the last 14 years, four Boston-area college baseball teams have marked off a certain two days on the calendar

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Morgalis Dazzles With Second Straight Gem After Slow Start

If Harvard baseball—flush with confidence after a 4-0 weekend sweep—is in the midst of a pitching renaissance, then who is

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Harvard Opens Ivy Play With Sweep of Columbia

The Harvard baseball team opened the 2004 season much how everyone expected—obliterating opposing pitching. But since opening the Ivy League

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Pitching Staff Turns It Around

The Harvard pitching staff entered the weekend with the Ivy League’s second-worst ERA. But chances are it’ll be moving up

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Crimson Tops Penn in Doubleheader

The lineup has some catching up to do. For the second-straight weekend, the Harvard baseball team relied on stellar starting

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Baseball Led By Herrmann

On one rainy Sunday in May 2003, longtime Harvard baseball coach Joe Walsh inspected his dwindling bench and called out

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Crusaders Storm Back Against Crimson

So this is how the other half lives. Just days after a weekend sweep of reigning Ivy League champion Princeton—a

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AOTW: Hendricks Throws Gem of a Game

At first, it seems surprising that Trey Hendricks wasn’t thinking at least a little bit about last year when he

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Baseball Sweeps Princeton

In his last trip to Clarke Field for the 2003 Ivy Championship Series, then-junior Trey Hendricks could only sit and

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Baseball Falls in North Carolina Over Break

The Harvard baseball team tuned up for its Ivy opening weekend with six games in seven days over spring break,

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BASEBALL 2004: American Idol

Zak Farkes is not content being the 2003 Ivy League Rookie of the Year. He wants to be Indiana Jones.

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BASEBALL 2004: Pretty Fly for a Shy Guy

Matt Brunnig doesn’t want you to read this. He didn’t want it written and if being 6’7 didn’t make it

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