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The situation looked bleak for Manhattan College’s baseball team. Yes, the Jaspers had just put up a couple lopsided wins over an overmatched St. Peter’s team at Dutchess Stadium last Thursday afternoon, throttling the Peacocks 19-1 and 12-2. But still, the math still wasn’t adding up for Manhattan as far as landing one of the six spots for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament in Niagara Falls this week. more
The formula was a simple one for American Studies as the Senators entered the final week of the regular season toting a 6-5 record — win twice in your final five games and your reward would be a spot in the Public School Athletic League postseason. more
Crazy was the word that kept coming up in conversation with Riverdale/Kingsbridge head baseball coach John Reingold. Considering what his Tigers went through last week, it was as good a word as any. more
The year was 1987. “The Simpsons” made its television debut, Prozac hit the stores in the United States for the first time. more
Chris Encarnacion hasn’t taken the normal route to playing college baseball. His was more of the scenic route.  Let’s see, there was a stop in North Carolina for some basic … more
It was 2014, and Peter Gauss, father of a then 7-year-old Miller Gauss, was faced with a dilemma.  He could stay in the South Riverdale Little League, where he was the co-president of a … more
What’s the first place that comes to mind when you think of recruiting bases for Manhattan College baseball? New York? New Jersey? Long Island? Sure, they all fall into the category of the … more
If John Reingold had one concern coming into the start of the baseball season, it was numbers.  Not in how many numbers his Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy Tigers could put on the scoreboard … more
Mathew Keller wears a lot of hats at Clinton High School. Aside from his current gig as the Governors’ head baseball coach, Keller also runs the Clinton boys soccer and wrestling programs as … more
Jim Duffy has been around the game of baseball for quite a while now, first as a star player for Seton Hall University before turning to coaching with the Pirates in 2001. There was a Big East championship in that first season, and he also saw nine players from Seton Hall move on to professional baseball careers. more
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