Knights picked up their second win in a row on Tuesday night as they defeated Holy Cross Trinity Pub 8-1. Jason Kearley making his season debut gets the win on a one hitter. Kevin Cashin in relief of starter Mike Glynn takes the loss. Veteran A J Whiffen of Knights was the top
OMT Shamrocks defeated Gonzaga 18-3 in Intermediate Baseball play Wednesday night. Josh Fifield gets the win on a five inning mercy rule game. He allowed four hits walked five and fanned four. Allan Saunders takes the loss and Andrew Green came in relief. They gave up 16 hits in the game. Brad Porter of
Knights pushed across the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning and rallied to edge Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Gonzaga 9-8 in senior baseball play at Smallwood field. Brandon Jackson in relief of A J Whiffen gets the win. David Lahey in relief of starter Dan Connors is tagged with the loss. In
Veteran Greg Barry tossed a one hit shutout as OMT Shamrocks blanked 5th Ticket Feildians 10-0 in St John’s senior baseball play. Barry walked just two batters and fanned six. Mike Delaney started for Feildians and went six innings. Jon Walsh came on in relief. Grant Vincent had the lone
OMT Shamrocks 7– Gonzaga 0 WP: Jaxson Gulliver (4IP, 1H, 0R, 0ER, 2BB, 10K) Relief: Ben Murphy (2IP, 0H, 0ER, 1BB, 2K) Relief: Bernie Morgan (1IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 2K) LP: Jack Baggs (6IP, 9H, 7R, 5ER, 2BB, 5K,) Top Batters: OMT Shamrocks: Zach Fitzpatrick: (3-4, 3 Singles, 2RBI)
S U N D A Y Shamrocks evened their season record to one win and one loss in senior baseball play Sunday. Pitcher Matt Murphy tossed a one hitter for the defending champions as they defeated Knights 6-nothing at St. Pat’s. Holy Cross unleashed a 17 hit attack
Its a night in his St. John’s senior baseball career that pitcher Dan Connors won’t soon forget. Connors, pitching for Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Gonzaga Vikings pitched a no hitter as the Vikings blanked the defending champions Shamrocks 2-nothing in the curtain riser for the baseball leagues 70th season. Scott Goosney took the
Over the years not many books have been written about baseball in Newfoundland and Labrador. It seems now that has changed and for the better. Long time St. John’s athlete and educator Danny Reardon has taken it upon himself to write books about the sport he played and loved.
Mark Healy has been returned once again as president of the St. John’s Amateur Baseball Association at the league’s annual general meeting Thursday night. Troy Croft has been returned as vice president and Scott Stockley is the secretary-treasurer. Each of the six teams entered in both the senior and intermediate league have a member
The 2017 Newfoundland Canada Games Baseball team is in Okotoks Alberta. They will be taking part in a six game tournament. This will be the final evaluation of players for this team. The head coach is Steve Donahue of Mount Pearl.