Articles tagged: Baseball


Close But No Cigar: The Greatest No-Hitters that Never Happened

Pitching a perfect game in baseball is the ultimate single game achievement. It’s the scenario we all imagine growing up. Two outs. Bottom of the ninth. One more out ‘til... Read more


Baseball Upsets Creighton

This weekend, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (17-24, 4-4 Big East) traveled to Creighton for a three-game series with the Blue Jays (25-13, 3-5 Big East). Coming into the weekend,... Read more


Pups in the Park: A Tradition Unlike Any Other

Ahhh, baseball: This lovely country’s greatest achievement. Some people like the Yankees, while others like the Red Sox. All things aside, though, we can all agree on one thing: Baseball... Read more


Baseball Win Streak Continues at UMBC

The Georgetown men’s baseball team (14-20, 2-1 Big East) continues to stay hot after picking up a win Tuesday night over the UMBC Golden Retrievers(10-19, 4-5 America East Conference) in... Read more


Baseball Stays Hot With Sweep of George Mason

This weekend, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (13-20, 2-1 Big East) hosted the George Mason Patriots (14-20, 6-3 Atlantic-10) at Shirley Povich Field for a three game set, including a... Read more


Baseball holds off Navy

The Georgetown men’s baseball team (10-20, 2-1 Big East) defeated Navy (25-10, 9-5 Patriot League) 3-2 Wednesday afternoon in Annapolis, Maryland. With freshman pitcher Jacob Grzebinski starting on the mound,... Read more


Baseball swept by UNC-Greensboro over Easter

Over Easter weekend, the Georgetown baseball team (7-19, Big East) played a three game set against the UNC-Greensboro Spartans (20-6, 2-1 Southern Conference). The series was played at UNCG Baseball... Read more


Baseball goes 2-2 in the buildup to Easter weekend

The Georgetown baseball team (7-19, Big East) played four games in the days leading up to Easter weekend, splitting the results down the middle. They began play with a road... Read more


Baseball splits weekend series with Princeton

On Friday, March 16, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (5-14, Big East) kicked off a four-game series against Princeton (2-10, Ivy League). The Hoyas hosted the series at Shirley Povich... Read more


Baseball picks up the first two wins on the year

The Georgetown men’s baseball team (2-12, Big East) traveled to Port Charlotte, Florida last week for the Snowbird Baseball Classic. The trip featured games against Mount St. Mary’s (3-7, Northeast),... Read more


Hoyas Fall to Colonials Continuing Slow Start

The Georgetown University baseball team (0-7, Big East) faced off against George Washington University (3-5, Atlantic 10) on Tuesday, losing 6-3. Despite the Hoyas outhitting GW 9-6 and establishing an... Read more


Baseball goes winless in three game series at Davidson

This weekend, the Georgetown men’s baseball team (0-6, Big East) traveled to Davidson, North Carolina, for a three-game series against the Davidson Wildcats (6-1, A-10). In similar fashion to last... Read more


The bats stay quiet for baseball over opening weekend in North Carolina

This President’s Day weekend the Georgetown baseball team (0-3, Big East) kicked off its season at David F. Couch Ballpark in Winston-Salem, NC. Unfortunately, the Hoyas dropped all three of... Read more

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The Milwaukee Brewers: 2018’s Biggest Breakout

The Milwaukee Brewers are the best team that you don’t know anything about. They will win the National League Central in 2018, and I’m here to tell you why. Friday... Read more

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Weekly List: Pups in the Park

Summer is upon us! And there is nothing more summer than heading to a baseball game. If you’re in D.C. for the season, go to Pups in the Park at... Read more

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The Sports Sermon: MLB Hall of Fame Debate

Host Nick Gavio moderates a debate on the MLB Hall of Fame between Editor-in-Chief Graham Piro and Features editor Alex Boyd. The trio discusses Performance Enhancing Drug use during baseball’s Steroid Era... Read more


Thank you, Papi

I was five years old when David Ortiz signed with the Boston Red Sox. Living in New Jersey, I was surrounded by Yankees, Mets, and Phillies fans, but I was... Read more


Farewell to A-Rod

If Aaron Boone had just stuck to running on a treadmill, Alex Rodriguez might not be a Yankee.   On January 16th, 2004, Boone, the Yankees’ starting third baseman in... Read more


Home Runs and Circuses: A Life at the Ballpark

One of my first memories is from 2001. I was five years old, and it was just a couple of months after 9/11. I was watching the New York Yankees... Read more


Béisbol Diplomacy: Using Sports to Bridge the US- Cuba Divide

In 1917, American Marines landed in the eastern province of Oriente in Cuba. The troops were invited to train there by then- Cuban president Mario García Menocal, a conservative politician... Read more