Posts Tagged ‘Baseball’

  • University mourns loss of former Gannon Knight baseball player

    Aug 16, 18 • 804 Views • Sports, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Former Los Angeles Angels minor league pitcher and Gannon Knight baseball record-setter Aaron Cox died Wednesday at age 24. Cox, the brother-in-law of Angels standout Mike Trout, had retired from baseball on Aug. 6. A cause of death was not given. Cox’s...

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    Baseball 23-13 after hard-fought weekend

    Apr 25, 18 • 1484 Views • Baseball, Sports, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Gannon University baseball team moved its overall record to 23-13 last week after defeating Malone University and splitting a four-game series against California University of Pennsylvania. The Knights took turns sweeping doubleheaders with the Vulcans...

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    Love Erie: A history of UPMC Park, home of the SeaWolves

    Apr 24, 18 • 1870 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by UPMC Park, formerly known as Jerry Uht Park, named after the founder of Professional Communications Inc. and former minor league player in the Cleveland Indians Organization, has been entertaining baseball fans for almost 23 years. The park plays host to...

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    Abrupt end to Indians’ season

    Oct 17, 17 • 832 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by It’s only Wednesday, but the effects can still be felt from Sunday and one week ago today. Cleveland Browns fans are experiencing their weekly cycle of sadness because their team surprisingly lost again. However, if you’re a baseball fan you’re...

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    Go play

    Mar 22, 17 • 1358 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by As March Madness hogs the spotlight, I’d like to bring into view something else in sports that’s going on—Major League Baseball’s spring training. While I enjoy March Madness as much as the next average Joe, spring training is a little closer to my...

  • Nov 2, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers players including Lebron James in attendance in game seven of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports ORG XMIT: USATSI-348588 ORIG FILE ID:  20161102_jla_bk4_410.jpg

    Cavs stay classy

    Nov 4, 16 • 1111 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Wow, I can’t believe the Cleveland Cavaliers would do that! Actually I can — the team has been all about it since the beginning. You’re probably wondering what I’m talking about. Did they do something dumb? What happened this time? Well, come on,...

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    Tebow heads to the minors

    Sep 14, 16 • 910 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow made the decision on Sept. 6 to try his hand at baseball. Most people know that Tebow gained recognition on the gridiron at the University of Florida. In 2007 Tebow was a Heisman Trophy recipient, and then the quarterback...

  • Baseball ties for second in PSAC West

    Apr 20, 16 • 1768 Views • Baseball, SportsNo Comments

    by he Gannon University baseball team had a particularly productive week, taking three out of four from Slippery Rock, gaining a tie for second place in the PSAC West, and tying the school record for wins in a single season. And on the individual front,...

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    America’s pastime is back in town

    Apr 6, 16 • 1023 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by As with all seasons, they come and go, only to do it again a year later. Some people look forward to fall or the upcoming summer. If you’re from Ohio you look forward to the end of road construction season. The season I’ve looked forward to since I was...

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    Baseball will battle rival for first place

    Apr 6, 16 • 1484 Views • Baseball, SportsNo Comments

    by he Gannon University baseball team will battle rival Mercyhurst this weekend with a piece of first place in the PSAC West on the line. The Knights, 21-8 overall, are 9-3 in PSAC play as are the Lakers and California University of Pennsylvania heading into...