The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, November 24, 2017

Baseball: Continuing Coverage


Lions aim to focus on fundamentals

It’s difficult to imagine the Red Sox playing a home game at Yankee Stadium. Away from the comfort of Fenway Park, with unfriendly fans in the stands, the Sox wouldn’t be expected to thrive.

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Coach V, new staff hope to bring more W's

Following a disappointing 2-27 season in 2015, Emerson’s baseball team is determined to turn things around with a completely new coaching staff. Nick Vennochi, a 2011 graduate and former captain at the college, and his staff begin their first season at the helm.

Baseball team finds new coach in former pro

Former independent league player Jerod Edmondson will take over as Emerson baseball’s head coach, according to a post on the team’s Facebook page, announced in late June.

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After 389 days, baseball is winless no longer

The baseball team snapped a 36 game losing streak with a 5-3 victory over Coast Guard Academy on April 15.

NEWMAC notes

Football is coming to the NEWMAC in fall 2017.

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Softball, baseball still feeling snow's impact

As record-breaking winter weather continues to linger in Boston, the baseball and softball teams are coping with the numerous cancellations of their practices and games.

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Baseball searching for the perfect pitch in Florida

From 2009 to 2012, the men’s baseball team had double digit wins in every season, finishing with 15 victories in 2010—its highest number as a varsity team. But since that run of consistency, the Lions have won just five games in the past two seasons combined, and 12th-year head coach David Hanley said their pitching largely to blame.