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Need an alternative to crowded subways, bridge tolls, outrageous parking fees, and the general aggravation of getting from the Bronx to Citi Field in Queens for the Yankees-Mets Subway Series? more
It was only a month ago Jim Duffy was extolling the virtues of his latest baseball recruiting class at Manhattan and how he couldn’t wait for next season to get here. more
Chris Cody gets asked about the 2006 baseball season often. It was the year the former Manhattan College lefty posted a sterling 12-2 record with a microscopic 1.42 ERA, fanned 105 hitters, and was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year. more
When John Muller took over as head baseball coach at Mount Saint Vincent last season, he said he wanted to transform the program from the ground up. And for a program that hadn’t had a winning overall record since 2009, there really was nowhere to go but up. more
In the past several weeks, Fabian Peña has watched a pair of his former Manhattan College baseball teammates begin their journey toward a career as professional baseball players. Former Jaspers’ pitcher Tom Cosgrove was drafted in the 12th round by the San Diego Padres in Major League Baseball’s amateur draft, while shortstop José Carrera signed a free agent deal with the New York Yankees. more
When Jose Carrera failed to hear his name called in Major League Baseball’s amateur draft last month, he wasn’t sure if he still had a future in baseball. more
Since being made the 12th-round selection of the San Diego Padres in the Major League Baseball amateur draft June 14, Tom Cosgrove has tried to keep up with his new life as a professional player. more
When Manhattan College head baseball coach Jim Duffy cast his net to land his nine-player recruiting class for the upcoming season, he didn’t expect to haul in a class of players from such different backgrounds. more
Tom Cosgrove knew the call was coming. But as he would come to learn, the waiting was the hardest part. more
Are you a baseball fan? And by baseball fan, I don’t mean someone who catches some highlights on the MLB Network or glances at the occasional boxscore in the newspaper — but rather someone who looks at America’s Pastime as something akin to religion, and baseball stadiums as cathedrals where the frenzied masses come to worship. more
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