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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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BASEBALL 2004: Blue Chips Bring It Both Ways

Excuse Joe Walsh, for the moment, for sounding one part proud and one part pooped. “Here at Harvard,” says Harvard’s

SWING AND MISS
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Baseball Sweeps Michigan, Falls to ULL

The wins were a little sweeter for Lance Salsgiver. In a weekend in which the Harvard baseball team split four

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Louisiana Road Trip Awaits Crimson

After the wackiest weekend of Harvard baseball in quite a while, the Crimson returned to Cambridge two weeks ago with

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUTWELL: Baseball Openers Spell Success

The Harvard baseball team’s opening weekend in Lubbock, Texas ended much the way it began: with the Crimson’s record standing

STOP-HERR
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Runs Aplenty Open Year

When the cloud of red clay settled in Lubbock, Texas, one thing was certain—it was a wild opening weekend for

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'Blo It Right By 'Em: Caught in a Virtual Reality

Hamburgers, cowboy hats, pickup trucks, shotguns, horses, lassoes and Chinese people playing on professional basketball teams are just a few

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Sluggers Set to Take On Raiders, Falcons

Forget about steroids. Who needs ‘em? Here are some guys on the Harvard baseball team—which opens up its season this

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Seizing The New Baseball Season

It’s that time of year again, folks. That’s right, late February brings a lot to the world of sports—the SI

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Injuries Leave Baseball With Arms Tied Behind Back

After a hard luck offseason, the Harvard baseball team will open its schedule next week with only one left-handed pitcher.

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Baseball Just Misses Ivy Title

In the end, a team that usually only lost when it beat itself was beaten by a worthy opponent—Princeton’s Thomas

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Male Comeback of the Year: Lentz Powers From Both Sides of Plate

Shaking off the rust and applying a renewed focus across the board, senior Brian Lentz surpassed expectations as he led

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Male Rookies of the Year: Three Cheers! Baby Boomers' Bats Bolster Baseball

Brian Lentz, the oldest member of the Harvard baseball team and recent Seattle Mariners signee, spoke to Harvard coach Joe

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In Do-Or-Die Spot, Salsgiver Pitches In

PRINCETON, NJ—He may have sailed his final warm-up pitch to the backstop upon entering the game, but Harvard outfielder-turned-reliever Lance

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Princeton Paul-ishes Baseball Off In Three

PRINCETON, N.J.—A game that had begun shrouded in mystery—from the identity of Princeton’s game three starter to whether the rain

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